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Navigating stairs requires strength and balance, and as we age, our bodies can struggle in these areas. Learn 5 tips for staying safe on the stairs here.
As one of the nation’s leading providers of inpatient and outpatient therapy, Ageility’s mission is to reimagine a world in which quality of life is ageless—going beyond rehabilitation to support older adults with fitness to build strength and confidence; speciality programs such as fall prevention and pain management; and more. Rehabilitation therapy is important for […]
You face challenges every day when you live with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). Which means you’re already stronger than you realize. Because your life’s not defined by your mobility deficits; it’s made whole by the steps you take to manage them. Test the waters with aquatic therapy, and you can do more than just build strength […]
Independence. It’s a powerful word. Especially as you age. Because independence is life. It’s the freedom to walk down the street unaided for a visit with your neighbor. It’s the power to pick up your grandkids for a sweet snuggle. It’s the energy to grab your golf clubs and putt for par on the back […]
The path to senior health and wellness isn’t always a straight line. It’s ever changing, complete with plenty of bumps, curves, stops, and starts. Even when you feel young at heart, your body doesn’t always cooperate. It can sometimes slow down just when you’re ready to rev up. So when it comes to reaching your […]
It’s no secret that consistent exercise plays a huge role in helping seniors live healthier, longer and more independent lives. The benefits are life-changing, but finding the motivation to get moving each day doesn’t get any easier as we get older. One of the biggest obstacles to getting started with a senior fitness routine is […]
How one senior athlete is redefining the term, one step at a time Hugh “Mac” McCaffrey jokes that it takes a very generous definition of “athlete” to consider him one. The 78-year-old resident of The Forum at Deer Creek doesn’t play sports, isn’t on any teams and would much rather go for a walk than […]
Whether it’s from a slip in the kitchen or a bad swing on the golf course, injuries can happen anytime, anywhere. They occur to people of all ages, but seniors are especially at risk. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury, you’ve probably asked yourself if physical therapy or rehabilitation is the […]
Don’t let joint pain slow you down this winter. Find seven key tips for managing winter arthritis pain and reducing joint inflammation here.
Something was different at the NATO Defense College in Rome, Italy in 1974. Or rather, someone. The change was most apparent during a session where every officer was gathered. When the speaker got up to give his normal greeting, he noticed that this time, for the first time, he’d have to expand it a bit. […]
How Speech Language Therapy Can Help We’ve all had the feeling. The word you’re thinking of is right there, struggling to get out, but keeps getting stuck on the tip of your tongue. Difficulty with word retrieval can be frustrating when you’re in the middle of a conversation with your family and need to keep […]
A bad fall can happen to anyone. Just one wrong step can lead to a devastating injury that requires a trip to the hospital, especially for older adults. In fact, one out of every four seniors fall every year, leading to about 800,000 hospitalizations annually. After being discharged, fall-related injuries are also the third most […]
Reinventing Rehab and Fitness for Older Adults
Older adults want to stay strong and active, but they don’t want one-size-fits-all solutions. Subscribe to our blog to receive tips and stories on rehab and fitness approaches designed specifically for older adults.