Physical therapy is a type of treatment needed when your injuries or chronic physical health problems cause you difficulty in performing everyday tasks. It may relieve pain, help improve or restore your physical function and fitness level. The goal of physical therapy is to make daily tasks and activities easier.
Movement Therapy and Balance Training are treatments for injuries or chronic physical health problems. These health conditions cause you difficulty in performing everyday tasks. These treatments relieve pain, help improve your fitness level and restore your physical function and fitness level.
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art practice that pulls the forces of the mind and body together. Through graceful movements, the body integrates the breath and movements into a continuum of energy called “Chi.” These movements can strengthen the body physically and improve flexibility. Studies have shown that Tai Chi can benefit patients with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other movement disorders. Safe for all ages and fitness levels, this is a low-impact exercise, it may be especially suitable if you're an older adult who otherwise may not exercise.
Pilates is a series of movements and exercises for physical rehabilitation, body awareness and efficiency. The movements are designed to strengthen and lengthen muscles, open joints and release tension. Pilates is a strength-training program. You can combine aerobic exercise and Pilates to keep your joints flexible. In addition, you can maintain an ideal weight.
Recreational therapists treat the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of their clients using therapeutic recreation. Therapists help their clients reduce depression, stress, and anxiety. In addition, they recover basic motor functioning and reasoning abilities and build confidence to socialize more effectively. The objective is to create an individual treatment plan to include recreation activities such as arts and crafts, animals, sports, games, dance, drama, music, and community outings.