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Stuart Phillips
PACE Director

Message from the director

Welcome to PACE. Our team of researchers, staff and students help more than 500 community members stay active and healthy in our state-of-the-art exercise research and training centre. We’re committed to studying and improving the health and well-being of older adults and people living with chronic diseases or disabilities.

Exercise Programs

PACE offers five research-based exercise programs led by staff and students, and specialized physiotherapy services.

Adults with MS

MacMS-FITT Learn More

A community-based exercise program for people with Multiple Sclerosis, modeled after evidence-based physical activity guidelines.

Cancer Exercise Program

MacWarriors Learn More

Physiotherapy services and supervised exercise sessions for cancer survivors.

MacCardiac Learn More

A safe and supervised exercise program for people with heart disease.

MacSeniors Exercise and Wellness Program

MacSeniors Learn More

A personalized exercise and wellness program for adults 55 years of age and older.

MacWheelers Exercise Program for Adults with Spinal Cord Injury

MacWheelers Learn More

An exercise and wellness program designed specifically for adults with spinal cord injuries.

Physiotherapy Services Learn More

Our team of registered physiotherapists work with community members to address specific orthopedic or neurological concerns and help maintain or enhance physical function and mobility.

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McMaster PACE Newsletter ➚

McMaster PACE Newsletter - July 23, 2021

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Testimonials

The PACE is a state-of-the-art facility with excellent supports to conduct all manner of clinical trials in special populations seeking to remain active, healthy and mobile despite physical challenge.