Geriatrics Rehab

Geriatrics Rehab

Nexus offers physiotherapy care, rehab, and advice for elderly people. This form of therapy is used to enhance fitness levels, regain mobility, lower pain, and offer additional benefits such as revitalized movements and confidence. It offers solutions on a wide range of issues related to aging population. There are many conditions that impact people as they grow older and they include following:

  • Arthritis
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Balance disorders
  • Hip and joint replacement
  • Incontinence

  • Physical therapy can also help older adults in dealing with one of the widespread issues, balance disorder. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly one-third of people over the age of 65 fall each year. This contributes to the fall being the leading cause of injury among senior citizens. It may lead to hip fractures, which in turn, leads to a downward health spiral. Recovery from hip fractures needs hospitalization for a minimum of a week, with approximately 20% of them dying within a year. Unfortunately, the remaining 80% do not return to their previous level of functioning.

    Physical therapy at Nexus and guidance from seasoned physiotherapist can help older adults to remain strong, independent, and productive for their entire lifetime.


    Geriatrics at Nexus

    The age-related bodily changes need to be identified at the right time. A physical therapist can be a source of guidance for understanding changes in the body and offer assistance for recovering lost abilities, or development of new ones. The physical therapist evaluates the body and develops a specific therapeutic exercise program. This intervention can be useful for prevention of lifelong disability and restoration of optimum level functioning. A physical therapist uses methods such as treatments with modalities, suggests exercises, provides educational information, and conducts screening programs to accomplish a number of goals of a patient.

    These treatments also include:

  • Suggesting devices that assists in achieving independence
  • Preventing further downswing in functional abilities through education, various techniques, and joint protection
  • Raise, restore, or maintain various motions, flexibility, strength, balance and endurance
  • Educate on transfers of body weight, positioning, and walking skills for optimum function and independence
  • We, at Nexus, offer a variety of services to older people. Physiotherapists work with each person individually, evaluates their unique physical capabilities, and designs specific programs of exercise, education, and wellness for them. We also coordinate with other health care providers to enable better care. The search for best physical therapist ends here.