- Ageing is a biological process and experienced by mankind in all times. It refers to a sequence of changes across a life span of an individual.
- It is generally associated with decline in the functional capacity of the organs of the body due to physiological transformation.
- The general characteristics of old age are physical and psychological changes.
- It is a misconception that getting older means an individual should expect pain and loss of mobility.
- On the contrary, through dynamic physical therapy, including appropriate exercise, many seniors can enjoy the benefits of mobility and independence, increased physical fitness and overall health, control of bodily functions, and the more positive outlook that comes through a sensation of wellness and taking care of oneself.
- We at Sri Sugam, understand the physiological changes the older adults go through. We work with senior patients to help them understand the anatomical changes they are undergoing and help them establish a program of exercise to maintain mobility and independence.
- Sri Sugam provides a wide range of services. We work with each client on an individual basis, evaluating physical capabilities and designing programs for exercise, education and wellness.
Restoring or improving balance, coordination, range of motion, flexibility, and strength; Improve overall physical fitness through appropriate exercise
Specialized program for walking skills and body position techniques to encourage mobility and independence
Make suggestions for lifestyle and home adaptations to fit physical abilities;
Prevent further loss of independence and mobility through exercise and use of assistive devices;
Restore sensation and reduce or eliminate pain.
SENIOR FITNESS PROGRAM
Common ConditionsMaster Physical health check up (mobility, stability, co-ordination, walking, standing, sitting, lying evaluation)
Rheumatoid and Osteo Arthritis
Bladder and Bowel Incontinence
Cardiac and Pulmonary Diseases
Stroke, Parkinson's Disease
Coordination and Balance Disorders
Mobility-related Functional Limitations
High blood pressure, Diabetes