Watching a loved one age and start to lose their faculties can be a difficult reality to face. Although ageing cannot be stopped, it can be managed with regular types of therapy, such as physiotherapy.
At Infinity Allied Healthcare works with clients of all ages and physical and mental abilities to help them maintain optimal physical health and well-being and independence. Contact us to book an appointment.
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What is Physiotherapy for Elders?
Physiotherapy for seniors is a form of physical therapy designed to improve physical health and maintain strength, flexibility, balance, and overall well-being. Aged care physiotherapy may include:
- Exercise programmes tailored to an individual’s needs
- Hands-on techniques such as massage, manual therapy, and joint mobilisation
- Assistive devices such as walkers, wheelchairs, and canes
The goal of aged care physiotherapy is to help seniors maintain their independence and increase their quality of life.
Signs that Physiotherapy for Elderly Care is Needed
There are several signs that may indicate it’s time for an elderly patient to have physiotherapy.
- Difficulty with mobility, such as difficulty walking, standing up from a chair, or climbing stairs
- Loss of balance or coordination.
- Pain, especially in the back or joints
- Weakness or decreased range of motion in certain joints or muscles
- Difficulty with everyday activities such as dressing, bathing, or eating
- Cognitive impairments such as confusion or memory difficulties
- Changes in behaviour or mood
- Poor nutrition or hydration
- Physiotherapy for seniors with Alzheimer’s
Price of Physiotherapy for Seniors
at Our Cherrybrook Practice
The initial consult will include a complete assessment of the condition, and we can provide a detailed quote based on the treatment agreed upon.
Get To Know Us
Meet our Cherrybrook Therapists
As a passionate physiotherapist, Daniel set himself a mission is to guide clients through pain free movement and improved overall well being. With experience in both sports and hospital environments, Daniel have honed the skills in assessing and treating musculoskeletal conditions. He believes in a holistic approach, tailoring individualised treatment plans that address both physical and psychological aspects of pain and strive to empower clients by equipping them with knowledge and exercises to manage their injuries. The most rewarding part of being a physio for David is when he see his clients returning to doing the things they love doing.
Vincent graduated from the University of Sydney in 2022 with a Master of Physiotherapy, inspired to offer a comprehensive approach to patient care and rehabilitation.
Ying graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2019.
Ying is especially passionate in the disability and paediatric sector, and has experience working with children with various conditions including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), Global Developmental Delay (GDD), and other neuro-developmental challenges.
How to book an appointment
To book appointments at our Cherrybrook clinic, please use any of the following contact details:
Our physical address is Cherrybrook Village Shopping Centre, T12, 41-47, Shepherds Drive, Cherrybrook, NSW 2126, Australia.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should you require more information, please read through our frequently asked questions or kindly contact us directly.
Yes, they do offer home visits or visits to aged care facilities, nursing homes, and retirement villages. It is best to contact them directly to find out if they offer this service.
Our Cherrybrook branch is able to assist with physiotherapy treatments at senior care facilities within the area.
Physiotherapy for Alzheimer’s at our Cherrybrook practice is used to help maintain physical function and mobility and can help improve the quality of life for people with Alzheimer’s. However, physiotherapy is not used to treat the underlying cause of Alzheimer’s or slow its progression.
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.