Geriatic Rehab

Geriatric Rehabilitation

Ageing is an undeniable and unstoppable process of life. Accepting the changes that come with it can often be quite distressing. Consequently, there is a pressing need to promote healthy ageing – which is determined by the individual’s ability to live their life independently and ensure their own well-being.

Good physical health along with a good environment can ensure good mental health as well. Hence, it is crucial that exercises are incorporated in an elderly’s daily routine.

Along with improving physical functionality, exercises can also help to keep the mind active, thereby reducing the risk of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and many more.

Geriatric rehabilitation aims to

  • Minimize risk of fall & injuries
  • Maintain bone density
  • Prevent deconditioning and muscle atrophy
  • Improve cardiovascular and musculoskeletal fitness
  • Improve balance & coordination
  • Enhance quality of life for independent living

While exercising is important, a carefully supervised exercise program will not only reduce the risk of injuries but will also provide efficient results along with great motivation to be consistent over time. We believe that by working on this, ageing can also be perceived as a beautiful process of life.