Geriatric therapy is designed to improve the mobility, strength, balance, and overall physical well-being of elderly individuals. It plays a crucial role in helping older adults maintain their independence and quality of life as they age
Enhanced Quality of Life
Decreased Risk of Injury
Benefits of Geriatric Therapy
What Can I
Range of Motion Exercises
Neck rotations and stretches.
Shoulder circles and stretches.
Ankle circles and toe stretches.
Gentle wrist and finger stretches.
Hip flexor and hamstring stretches
Balance and Stability Exercises
Single-leg stands (with support if needed).
Heel-to-toe walking in a straight line.
Standing on one foot while holding onto a stable surface.
Tai Chi or yoga exercises that emphasize balance
Flexibility and Stretching
Gentle stretching routines to improve flexibility in major muscle groups.
Yoga or Pilates-based exercises that focus on flexibility.
Deep breathing and relaxation exercises to reduce muscle tension.
Strength Training Exercises
Leg raises while sitting or lying down to strengthen leg muscles.
Seated leg presses with resistance bands.
Wall push-ups to build upper body strength.
Chair squats to work on lower body strength.
Arm curls using light weights or resistance bands.
What You Can Expect
Range of motion
Unlocking a fuller range of motion can alleviate pain and discomfort associated with musculoskeletal issues. Our tailored exercises and therapies aim to minimize pain and enhance your overall comfort.
Regaining and expanding your range of motion directly translates to improved functionality in daily activities.
Our tailored exercises focus on improving strength, balance, and coordination, allowing you to move with confidence and ease.
Our experienced physical therapists create customized plans to address your specific needs, ensuring a targeted approach to fall prevention.
Balance and gait
Mastering balance significantly reduces the risk of falls, promoting a safer and more confident daily life. Our tailored programs focus on strengthening core muscles and refining coordination to enhance overall stability.
Many physical therapy patients face challenges related to posture. Chair exercises target core muscles, helping to enhance posture and alleviate discomfort associated with poor alignment.
Chair exercises provide a low-impact solution, reducing stress on joints while promoting gradual strength building. This makes them ideal for individuals with arthritis, joint pain, or limited mobility.