About Us Here At Body Structure In Lexington, KY


Body Structure Medical Fitness founded in 1997 by Kevin Balcirak. The vision was to do more than bridge the gap; it was to actually unite traditional reactive medical care with health and fitness. This vision came to reality in 1997 when Body Structure was founded. Today it is Kentucky’s premier “Medical Fitness Facility”. Our facility promotes a comfortable environment where we hope to inspire you to reach your goals while exceeding your expectations.
Physicians and Allied Health Professionals have trusted our knowledge, ethics and experience for decades by referring their patients and clients to us. We deliver scientifically- sound programs and services that inspire trust and confidence. Professional instruction and accountability are the key components to success.
We offer a unique array of integrated medical programs and services that represent the cutting edge of treatment and prevention. Outcome improvement for those with chronic diseases and other ailments is at the heart of what we do. Our expertise allows us to address your challenges in an informed and efficient manner, paving your pathway to total Health and Wellness through a full spectrum of services.
As we grow, we draw closer to our goal of facilitating a healthier community. We have the resources to maintain and maximize your good health. Our experience and education allows us to accelerate your therapy and health so that no time or effort is wasted in the process.
Chronic disease and age-related symptoms can be daunting and frustrating, but we can put the power of your good health back in your hands where it belongs. Total health and fitness is for everyone-that’s why Body Structure is for everyone!


  • CORF (comprehensive outpatient rehabilitation facility) medical licensure.
  • Qualified and credentialed staff supervision.
  • The use of a person’s health status in developing and implementing an individualized exercise prescription.
  • Early detection and prevention of disease management and clinical integration of programs.
  • Active medical oversight where needed.
  • Objective tracking and outcomes of one’s overall health status and participation.
  • Federal and state operational facility guidelines for safety, cleanliness, and privacy.
  • Non-intimidating dress code for customers.
  • Friendly staff that promotes customers to return on a regular basis with the main goal being, long-term results and retention.