Through movement and exercise, older individuals maintain their ability to enjoy their years in later life to the full, enjoying all that is near and dear to them.
This can be achieved through regular therapeutic physiotherapy exercises designed to not only make the body more robust, but also to stimulate the brain and nervous system. Through the correct choice and prescription of personalised exercises, older individuals can enjoy increased energy levels, improved concentration, reduced fatigue, better balance, improved coordination and greater strength.
The beauty of such a tailored and carefully curated exercise programme is its relevance to your own goals and desires vis à vis your body’s function. The foundation of this is brain and nervous system stimulation through safe movements, coupled with correct muscle activation. These are compounded through specific goal oriented movement training, thereby bringing about an environment in the body where strength, stability and coordination are built.
As implied, this is a process - a project. A personal project that one undertakes with great commitment to the necessary exercises, with the ultimate aim of improved quality of life.
In undertaking such a project, one will truly be living proof of the motto that movement is medicine and the key to a longer, healthier, more fulfilling life.
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