Senior Physical Therapy
Physical therapy rehabilitation involves exercises designed to help seniors improve or restore the ability to move around and complete everyday tasks. Our physical therapy services may, for example, help with walking, going up the stairs, getting in and out of bed or performing other tasks needed for independent living. Physical therapy may also enable your loved one to better monitor and manage their condition, which will help keep them healthy and out of the hospital.
Physical therapy may be recommended for seniors experiencing chronic pain or pain associated with cancer, arthritis, osteoporosis or incontinence. Patients recovering from surgery, a fall or a stroke, or those managing chronic illnesses such as Alzheimer’s, diabetes, COPD or Parkinson’s, may also benefit considerably from physical therapy.
Since no two patients are alike, our physical therapy services are designed to meet each patient’s specific functional and mobility goals. Our physical therapists will ask your loved one about her symptoms and perform tests to develop a personalized plan to fit her needs. Our trained therapists may then employ a combination of approaches including stretching, walking, weight lifting and massage to improve or recover strength, range of motion, balance and flexibility.
Our team of experts applies research and proven techniques to get patients moving independently and back to doing the things they enjoy most. We can help your loved one feel stronger, more in control, more confident and improve her quality of life. For more information, please contact us at 318-445-6470 or email us at email@example.com.