Celebrating BC Seniors’ Week
Updated: Aug 4
Age doesn’t need to stop you from staying active, just ask any of our “senior” clients who are enjoying an active White Rock lifestyle!
Optimizing functional mobility is what we do best!
As we age, there are several common physical problems ranging from reduced mobility and joint pain to more serious conditions like arthritis and osteoporosis that can make movement challenging. Fortunately, you aren’t required to grudgingly accept these aches and pains as an inevitable part of aging. Physiotherapy can help you regain and maintain independence by focusing on:
Pain-relief from chronic and or age related conditions
Muscle strengthening and conditioning
Balance and Coordination training, especially important when it comes to fall prevention
Pre and Post Surgery treatments
Assessment of adaptive equipment and mobility aids
Remember, to achieve optimum health benefits and improve functional abilities, Canadian physical activity guidelines recommend seniors get at least 150 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity per week. We can help you achieve your movement goals!
You are never too young or too old to improve your well-being through physiotherapy. Book an appointment with our Advanced Physiotherapy team in White Rock and take your first step on the road to better health.