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Posted by: In: Physical Therapy 14 Mar 2019 Comments: 0 Tags: ,

Do you notice a difference in your body now than when you were younger? Of course – we all do! As you age, your body inevitably changes. In your youth, you depend on your strong muscles and reflexes to quickly regain your balance after tripping or bounce back after an injury. But as you get older, your body and reflexes weaken, or even become absent, thus increasing the rate of falls and permanent damage to your body.

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Posted by: In: Physical Therapy 08 Mar 2019 Comments: 0

As the winter ushers in colder weather, shorter days, and less sunlight, many seniors experience a decline in motivation to stay active. The winter blues, clinically diagnosed as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), can completely drain your energy, leaving you feeling moody and disinterested in the activities you usually enjoy. Despite the cold weather, your body needs exercise to activate health benefits such as lowered blood pressure and blood glucose, improved sleep and mood, and less fatigue and joint pain.

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Would you be open to trying a non-medical treatment that has helped millions of seniors manage arthritis, incontinence, and Alzheimer’s disease, while restoring mobility and reducing the risk of falls? This treatment, which can lower healthcare costs over time, is known as physical therapy.

The goal of physical therapy is to help restore and improve functionality, reduce pain and increase mobility for better strength and balance. It is common for seniors to overlook physical therapy as a preventative measure due … Read more