Physical therapy for the elderly focuses on individuals who are older and may have a variety of physical, cognitive, and functional issues. The ideal way for family members to care for their loved ones is to offer rehabilitative services. The elderly are given the tools they need to live as independently as possible in this setting through family and home care and physical therapy. We aim for the best feasible degree of function for them.
Widely known health issues and symptoms among the elderly
• aching joints
• Restriction of movement
• inflammatory diseases
• Joint degeneration
• metabolic conditions
• Rheumatoid Arthritis
• The neck of the femur frequently fractures in older people.
• surgical damage to the humerus neck
• Following joint replacement surgery, complications occur. The goal of rehabilitation is to enhance the health of the elderly and avoid impairment while also restoring the joint’s function and fitness to promote independent living.
• The impairment is also caused by conditions including hallux valgus, hallux rigidus, and hammertoe deformities.
• Soft tissue ailments such as tendinitis, bursitis, and capsulitis
• Cardiovascular illnesses of every sort, respiratory illnesses, and diabetic neuropathy.
With experience handling and treating patients with Psychomotor Regression Syndrome, our certified physiotherapists can set up home visits to work on changing positions to make sure that every person is safe while sitting, standing, lying down, and walking. They can also teach exercises to improve movement and promote strength to work on the gait pattern and postural rehabilitation, as well as chest physiotherapy to prevent lung complications.
A faster prognosis is achieved by following the regular and structured exercise routine recommended by the physiotherapist.