New York, New York/Pinehurst, North Carolina – April 3rd, 2018
healtheo360 and Medical Fitness Association announced today the launch of a strategic partnership that will bring a higher degree of awareness within their individual communities of the solutions available to patients looking for high-quality rehabilitation, and post-rehabilitation facilities.
“The benefit is to the patient. Because MFA facilities have degreed, and certified professional staff trained to work with all manner of patients ranging from the apparently well to those living with many chronic conditions like Parkinson’s, arthritis, cancer, joint replacements, and everything in between, this partnership is going to be a great thing for our global community,” says healtheo360 Founder, and CEO David Duplay. “Patients going through the journey of a chronic illness will have access to amazing, and caring staff that are highly-trained in treating patients with their specific condition.”
Bob Boone, CEO of the Medical Fitness Association echoed Duplay’s sentiments stating, “We love the great work that healtheo360 is doing within the patient, and caregiver community, and we are pleased to be bringing our facilities to the attention of healtheo360’s global patient network to help people live with the best quality of life regardless of their state of health through exercise, nutrition, and health coaching.
Healtheo360.com, was founded by healthcare business, and technology strategist David Duplay in response to his sister-in-law being diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer. and his mother with Alzheimer’s disease. Through its Caring Network, patients, caregivers, family, and friends can share their stories to inspire, motivate, and support each other in their time of need via video, texts or online posts. They can also follow each other through discussion threads. To learn more visit us at www.healtheo360.com.
About Medical Fitness Association
Medical Fitness Association’s mission is to support the growth of the medically-based fitness industry by providing education, resources, scholarships, research funding, and coordination with like-minded organizations. We look forward to fostering the evidence-based integration of professionally supervised exercise in the primary, and secondary prevention, as well as the adjunct treatment, of chronic disease. To learn more, visit our website at www.medicalfitness.org.