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Post-Care Plan for Stroke Survivors

A stroke is a medical condition that affects a portion of the brain that results in the suspension, either entirely or partially, of a person’s motor functions. As a result, a therapy similar to rehabilitation is required to help their body relearn...

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Tips for Safe Medication Management in Seniors

Seniors diagnosed with chronic health conditions are often prescribed to take several medications per day. But due to declining vision and memory loss, they are at risk of experiencing medication errors. This can lead to adverse drug effects and hind...

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Preventing Strokes for the Elderly

Strokes are severe conditions. They can range from mild to highly life-threatening. While younger individuals who develop strokes have more chances of recovering fully, it becomes pretty tricky for the elderly. Sometimes, after a stroke, they may nee...

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How Physical Therapy Can Help You

If you’re a senior yourself or you have an elderly loved one, you might have seen them moving around less and less. This is because as people grow old, they start to lose bone and muscle mass which can make walking around more difficult. If you’v...

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Types of Physical Therapy for Seniors

There are various types of physical therapy that every physical therapist specializes in. So if you are looking for a type of physical therapy for your senior loved one, their physician might recommend the following: Geriatric physical therapy. This ...

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Ways to Help Seniors Manage Chronic Pain

Enduring chronic pain can cause significant discomfort to an individual, especially among older adults 65 years and older. However, it is not possible to eliminate this kind of pain. As their Caregivers, we ought to help them manage their chronic pai...

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