ActiveRx Active Aging Centers
|ActiveRx is redefining aging - enhancing strength, functional ability and independent living for adults over age 55.|
If you’ve ever had a loved one who lost their independence as they grew older… you’ll know why we created ActiveRx.
ActiveRx Active Aging Centers provide a unique continuum of services designed specifically for older adults. Based on more than 20 years of scientific research, The ActiveRx System is the missing link in the healthcare industry, facilitating lifelong health and independence. ActiveRx provides the ActivEval™ whole body physical function assessment, Active Physical Therapy, and Strengtherapy™ the company’s proprietary strength and independent living enhancement training. The timing is perfect for the ActiveRx franchise opportunity. As life expectancy continues to rise, an average of more than 12,000 Baby Boomers are turning age 65 every day, and will continue to do so through 2031. ActiveRx is committed to keeping older adults living as independently as possible for as long as possible, which addresses the primary fear of adults over age 65—the loss of their ability to live independently.
Our battle cry is: “Choose How You Age,” because we know the difference between aging the usual way or redefining your aging is truly a matter of choices.
Regional Developer, multi- and single-unit franchise opportunities are available. By the end of 2012, up to 20 ActiveRx Active Aging Centers will be open in 13 states. The first franchises were sold in 2011. ActiveRx has been awarded designation in the Best of 2011 and Best of 2012 Rehab Facilities by Rehab Management magazine. ActivRx is also a Preferred Business Partner with the International Council on Active Aging (ICAA).
ActiveRx franchisees benefit from:
“We believe ActiveRx answers a dilemma for millions of older Americans who think they can no longer address the physical challenges facing them. Our concept provides a variety of proprietary programs and services validating that the physical problems and pains of aging are preventable to seniors.”