Encompasses an extensive range of issues concerning people as they age from a normal adult to a senior, usually focused on the health concerns of an older adult. It can help seniors remain strong, independent, productive, regain their mobility and self confidence.
Geriatric physiotherapy consist of active activities such as stretching, balance exercises, weight bearing, strength straining, and specific exercises that are geared towards a particular injury or physical limitation.
Manual therapy is most often applied with the goal of improving a patient’s range of motion they may have lost due to an injury or lack of use therefore improving their mobility.
Education is quite possibly the most important aspect to the success and effectiveness of a geriatric physiotherapy treatment plan.
Our physiotherapist designed a treatment plan that includes exercises that will increase a senior’s mobility and decrease their chance of injury through falling.
Dr. Alaa, our female physio from Palestine - Specialized in Orthopedics, Neurological cases, Sports injuries, Injury prevention, Pain management, Joint mobilization, and Soft tissue mobilization - Certified in dry needling level 1 & 2 and postural correction.
Dr. Ayman, our Head Physiotherapist from Sudan. He has specialized in Orthopedics, Sports injuries recovery, pain management, Neurological disorders, and Geriatrics rehabilitation. Certified in Ergon IASTM technique, Dry Needling, Kinesiotaping, Mulligantechnique (Mobilization), Myofascial release, Manual therapy, and Manipulation. - If you already meet him, you must have gotten #TheAymanService.
Education, experience, and an analytical mind are what sets Dr. Krushna apart. Let him help you set reachable goals to get your health back on track. Dr. Krushna has found his best outcomes result from treatment focused on education and exercise, often augmented with manual therapy and dry needling techniques such as IMS and acupuncture.
Dr. Mau takes her time to get to know her clients and understand the problem. She knows that most important thing is to cure the root cause of a problem and not. just treat symptoms. Dr. Mau's strengths are her unwavering interest in health and her desire to keep learning and improving to provide the best care for her patients.