No matter the injury or illness, receiving the right care is essential for a fast and full recovery. When you find care tailored to your specific needs and health goals, you are better equipped to regain your strength and improve your health.
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The month of October is Physical Therapy Month, so it is only fitting that we address its benefits and how our rehabilitation services improve the lives of those we serve.
“No matter your age or athletic ability, strength training is the key to flexibility, mobility, improved performance, and lower injury risk. Anyone, at any fitness level, can and should strength train… And it doesn't have to take hours at the gym to see results (nytimes.com).”
We all know that physical activity goes a long way in promoting healthy aging, but many of us find it difficult to stick to an exercise routine on our own. Whatever exercise you choose to do will boost your overall health and wellness, but there is also a way that you can make your fitness routine even easier on yourself. Grab a friend, family member, or neighbor and sign them up to be your workout partner!
At The Pavilion Senior Living, we are not just another senior living community. We are a family-focused provider who puts the health, wellness, and safety of our residents before anything else.
Over two-thirds, or 13 million, of all veterans are 55 years of age or older; however, only 5% of senior veterans utilize their benefits.
Even if you are just beginning your search for senior living, you will find that not all senior living communities are created equal. And finding the right community for yourself or someone you love is crucial.
We often focus on diet and exercise to promote healthy aging, but socialization plays a significant role in our overall health and wellness. A strong social life has been linked to various health benefits, including reducing the risk of depression, increasing longevity, and promoting cognitive functioning.
No matter how proactive you are with implementing fall prevention techniques, falls can still happen. The important thing to do after a fall occurs is to move on and continue living your life.
You know that transitioning your parent or loved one into a memory care community is best for him or her, but you still have doubts. You may be asking yourself questions like, “will my mother understand what is happening?” or “how will my father react to moving into a new environment?” You may even feel sad about the upcoming transition.