Our physical therapists are confident working with the geriatric population. We know how to help.
Integrated Physical Therapy Services, Inc. offers superior physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy for the geriatric population. The primary focus of our geriatric rehabilitation services is to improve and enhance the function, self-care and overall health of seniors.
Elders are appreciated at IPTS. Our sister company, Grace Woods Senior Living, is an assisted living community for all ages, including seniors. As a result of our relationship with Grace Woods, we understand the physical challenges seniors face and regularly treat mature individuals who need physical therapy services. Our physical therapists are confident working with the geriatric population. We know how to help.
Common conditions we treat in seniors:
- Parkinson’s disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Cerebral palsy
- Post-operative care
- Back & shoulder pain
- Knee & wrist pain
Geriatric rehabilitation at IPTS:
- Improves general health
- Reduces fall risk
- Improves gait
- Improves function with daily tasks
- Enhances balance & stability
- Improves mobility, strength & endurance
- Improves self-care skills
- Decreases pain
Therapeutic interventions we provide geriatric patients:
- Manual therapy
- Massage therapy
- Aquatic therapy
- Heat therapy
- Cold therapy
- Ultrasound therapy
- Electrical muscle stimulation
Integrated Physical Therapy Services, Inc. offers multiple locations for geriatric rehabilitation:
- Our outpatient facility in Niles, OH
- Our outpatient facility in Hubbard, OH
- Grace Woods Senior Living in Niles, OH
- Grace Woods Senior Living in Salem, OH
- The patient’s home
We’ve found that some conditions are best addressed in a clinical environment, while other conditions are best treated in the patient’s home. At the same time, there are several geriatric conditions treated in both clinical and home environments. An evaluation conducted by one of our physical therapists gives us an overall picture of the patient’s needs, and informs us as to what interventions are necessary. This assessment determines the best setting(s) for the patient to receive geriatric rehabilitation services.
To see if physical therapy, occupational therapy or speech therapy is appropriate for you or a senior you care about, call us at 330.652.1415 (Niles office) or 330.534.9090 (Hubbard office).