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How Physiotherapy Can Keep You Young.

Remain young from the inside!

As we age, our bodies bear an unimaginable amount of stress and Let's face it, we aren't going to be young forever. The levels of excitement, enthusiasm can take quite a hit if we aren't healthy. Would you enjoy the wedding you are about to go to if you stay too tired or you can't dance? Nobody wants to get old, but it is the bitter truth that everyone has to. But it doesn't mean that you cannot keep your body young.

Physiotherapy can be used to keep us fit, but also to help us remain younger. Our bodies undergo incredible adjustments everything from our bones, muscles, to energy and endurance. Physiotherapy helps us reduce the impact of those change and keeps us fighting the match for a long time to come. Ageing affects every aspect of our bodies, however, there are several areas which are a lot more prone to getting weaker due to ageing than others.

Bones: As we age, our bones lose density and become weaker. Probably the most typical bones issues is Arthritis. Regardless of the incidence of the condition, evaluations say that only 15 percent of cases are diagnosed.

Joints: With time, the Cartilage wears away, and becomes less elastic. Osteoarthritis is the most common musculoskeletal condition in older people. Around a third of people aged 45 years and over in the UK, a total of 8.75 million people, have sought treatment for osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis affects the joints, causing them to become painful and limiting their movement. It's estimated that by 2030, a quarter of adults may have Arthritis, which is incredibly alarming.

Avoid Arthritis

Muscles & Tendons: In addition to the wear and tear from years of use, muscles and tendons tend to tighten up and stiffen up as we age. So it is an understood fact that the more regularly we use our muscle i.e., the more we exercise, the longer we keep them healthy. The final result of keeping our muscles healthy is flexibility and better movement.


Circulatory system: Not only are elderly hearts not as effective in pumping blood around the entire body, their blood vessels also tighten up and contract.These "elements" can increase blood pressure level and decrease the muscle's endurance.

Back pain: This is far away probably the most typical problems for elderly people owing to a combination of the factors mentioned above. With weaker bones, joints, muscles and tendons, not only is our back more prone to pain as we age, it's also considerably more challenging to move, which induces further stiffness.


Slimming: The combination of less mobility, slower response time, loss of vision, and other elements,falling is a really common problem among elderly patients.

How Physiotherapy Can Help. 

Treat Back Pains

The first way how a physiotherapist will help is by doing a complete physical examination. This permits them to identify the problems which are particular to you, and also the problem points on your body and ailment unique to you. If you're experiencing a substantial loss of bone density, your physiotherapist will put together a regime to strengthen them and prevent further loss. This will not only improve your physical fitness in the short term, it'll also assist in preventing bone fractures later on.

Stay young with Physiotherapy

With regards to your joints, there might be quite intricate and require close examination. Some articulations will be more affected thanothers, and can be negatively affected in one direction over the other.Your physiotherapist will be capable to identify these and develop.

Exercises can be used to correct all of the above mentioned ailments using low intensity workouts and specific Myo-fascial release massages as done by the therapist. However, to prep for these exercise at home, an individual can stretch or do Yoga for a better session at the physiotherapist.


If you are experiencing any of the problems that have been described here, it's really crucial you visit your physiotherapist as soon as possible to avoid getting the problem severe.

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