As our loved one’s age and potentially experience a decline in their faculties, we strive to provide therapeutic interventions such as physiotherapy to help manage the ageing process and support them in their journey.
At Infinity Allied Healthcare, our goal is to help our clients of all ages and abilities maintain physical health and well-being, as well as their independence.
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What is physiotherapy for
Physiotherapy for the elderly is a form of physical therapy that aims to improve mobility, strength, balance, and flexibility in elderly people at their homes or living in nursing homes and aged care facilities. It is designed to help elderly people maintain an independent lifestyle and improve their quality of life.
Physiotherapy for the elderly can include stretching, strength training, aerobic exercises, balance activities, and gait training. It can also involve the use of assistive devices such as walkers, canes, and wheelchairs.
Signs that physiotherapy for elderly care is needed
There are several signs that may indicate that it is time for an elderly patient to have physiotherapy. Our Toongabbie patients experiencing the following may require treatment:
- Difficulty with mobility, balance, coordination, and/or walking
- Joint pain or stiffness
- reduced strength or endurance
- Reduced flexibility
- Difficulty with activities of daily living
- decreased ability to participate in leisure activities
- Unsteadiness or falls
- Difficulty with posture or body mechanics
- Difficulty with stairs or getting in and out of chairs
- Poor sleep quality
- Change in appetite
- Cognitive decline
Price of treatment for aged care at our Toongabbie practise
The cost of services for physiotherapy in elderly care Toongabbie will be dependent on the condition and the recommended treatment plan.
The initial consult will include a complete assessment of the condition, and we will be able to provide a detailed quote based on the treatment recommended.
Meet Our Team
Get to Know Us
Priya graduated in 2017 from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) and has a great deal of experience in both aged care and rehabilitation. She is very passionate about using manual techniques, exercises prescription and self-management strategies to return her patients back to their pre-injury levels of fitness.
Jess graduated in 2019 from the University of Sydney with a Masters of Physiotherapy. She has experience treating musculoskeletal injuries. Jess has a background of powerlifting and is a regular gym goer. She is very passionate about using manual therapy techniques and exercise to get patients back to pre-injury levels.
Victor graduated with a Masters in Physiotherapy (USYD) and has a passion with incorporating functional strengthening into his rehabilitation when addressing musculoskeletal conditions.
Victor’s interest outside of Physiotherapy is powerlifting and playing sports.
He utilizes manual therapy techniques, exercise and education into his practice to get patients back on tracks.
How to book an appointment at our Toongabbie practise
- Call us at (02) 8607 1600.
- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- book online
Our locationOur physical address is 36 Aurelia Street, Toongabbie, NSW, Australia, 2146. Find our newest in the heart of Toongabbie. For easy parking, go to 1P street parking or Toongabbie Plaza 3P parking. (Entry to Ground Level Car Park from Cornelia Rd.) If you are not within Toongabbie and the surrounding suburbs, please visit our website to find one of our clinics near you.
Frequently Asked Questions
A physiotherapist in aged care works to improve the quality of life of elderly individuals by helping them to remain as independent and active as possible.
This may include providing advice and instruction on exercise and movement and creating individualised treatment plans for patients.
Please note that this information is not intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment. It is aimed at presenting a perspective only and is not a substitute for a prescription. Anyone experiencing a medical condition or requiring medical therapy should consult their doctor. A second opinion is also encouraged.