When a person gets injured or has a prolonged illness, doctors often recommend physical therapy. In the case of residents, though, that recommendation is often seen as just something to try. This misconception could not be further from the truth. Physical therapy is top quality therapy for many conditions affecting the elderly, from Alzheimers to urinary incontinence. Therapy will help you get your life back on track.
Physical Therapy for residents is a regarded practice for older adults from every level of physical ability to improve balance and strength, build confidence, and remain active. A number of people are familiar with physical therapy as a form of treatment to pursue after an accident, or to cope with a persistent health condition such as Alzheimer's. For us, Physical Therapy is a way for residents to maintain independence later in life.
If you've lost the ability to do even the most simple of tasks, our skilled physical, occupational, and speech therapy team can help you gain back your independence.