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Physiotherapy for Geriatric Conditions

Our geriatric physiotherapy helps one stay in optimal shape. We aid in the maintenance of mobility, the management of chronic joint problems, the correction of limits and postures, the treatment of physiological illnesses, and the enhancement of endurance and strength.

Urinary and Fecal Incontinence

Our physiotherapists can teach you specific exercises to increase awareness and movement, stretch your muscles, and strengthen them. Improving pelvic floor muscle strength helps support proper urinary and fecal function.


Our flow of treatment helps patients regain strength, physical functioning, quality of life, and independence in activities of daily living (ADL) that they may have lost due to cancer or its treatment.


With the help of physiotherapy, you can successfully strengthen your bones as well as your muscles. You can also prevent bone thinning & fractures, reduce falls, and manage any pain.


With the help of physiotherapy, you can successfully manage symptoms, increase mobility, and improve physical function. Specific exercises and techniques also allow you to move with less pain and greater ease.


The treatment focuses on movement-related issues such as balance, muscle strength, range of motion, sensation, coordination, and endurance. It improves your ability to sit, stand, walk, and use your arms.

Alzheimer's Disease

Encourage and promote physical exercise, and keep them mobile and independent as long as feasible.

Parkinson's Disease

Aiding in the formation of new synaptic connections through the acquisition of new talents and skills. Improves balance, co-ordination, quality of movement and overall quality of life.


Geriatric physiotherapy for arthritis will help elders ease arthritis symptoms, reduce the need for pain medication, and even delay or eliminate the need for surgery. Physical therapy for arthritis may include exercises for improving joint mobility and tips on posture and movement that can help the individual work around pain and avoid injuries.

Hip Replacement

Physiotherapy following a hip replacement will help you restore and maintain your full range of motion, increasing the strength of muscles around back, hip, knee. It aims to achieve complete functions in terms of movement, strength, endurance, and mobility.

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