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geriatic physiotherapy by b2lcare physiotherapist for an old age person with kyphotic posture

Geriatric physical therapy is a proven means for older adults from every level of physical ability to improve their balance and strength, build their confidence and remain active.

At present days Geriatric physiotherapy has become the most valuable as most of the parents have to live independently from their children who lives far from them or stays abroad remain independent as their son/daughter live abroad for job purpose .

keeping that in mind B2LCARE'S physiotherapist always focus to improve your balance, strength, mobility, and overall fitness . All of these are factors which elderly people may benefit from contributing to their physical abilities and helping to maintain their independence for longer period of time.


Physiotherapy treatments, can also help elderly people to avoid falls,something that is crucial to our population.

Falling is one of the greatest risks older adults face, often leading to things such as hip fractures which then lead to a downward health spiral. In fact, falling is such an issue among elder adults that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that one-third of all people over the age of sixty-five fall every year, making falls the leading cause of injury among people from this age group. Hundreds of thousands of elder experience fall and resulting hip fractures every year, with resulting hospitalizations. Most of the people who experience a hip fracture stay in the hospital for a minimum of one week, with approximately twenty-percent daying within a year due to the injury. Unfortunately, a number of the remaining eighty-percent do not return to their previous level of functioning. Physical therapy can help elder people to remain both strong and independent, as well as productive.


Forms of B2LCARE'S Geriatric Physiotherapy


Exercise: Exercise is defined as any form of physical activity that is beyond what the person does while performing their daily tasks. Exercise is something that is designed to both maintain and improve a person's coordination, muscle strength, flexibility and physical endurance, as well as their balance. It is meant to increase their mobility and lessen their chance of injury through falling. Exercise in relation to geriatric therapy might include activities such as stretching, walking, weight lifting, aquatic therapy, and specific exercises that are geared towards a particular injury or limitation. B2lcare's physiotherapist works with the person, teaching them to exercise on their own, so they may continue their exercise program at home.


Manual Therapy: Manual therapy is applied with the goals of improving the person's circulation and restoring mobility they may have lost due to an injury or lack of use. This form of therapy is also used to reduce pain. Manual therapy can include manipulation of the person's joints and muscles, as well as massage.


Education: Education is important to the success and effectiveness of geriatric physical therapy. People are taught  different ways of performing daily tasks safely. Physical therapists also teach people how to use assistive devices, as well as how to protect themselves from further injury. elder adults can utilize physical therapy as a means for regaining their independence. Physical therapy can help seniors to feel better, as well as to enjoy a higher quality of life.

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