Are You AFRAID of Falling or Do You Lose Your Balance Frequently?
Here Is What We Know
One in three individuals age 65 and over fall each year, and one out of five falls results in a serious injury. Fear of falling increases sedentary time and decreases quality of life and independence…
No need to look any further. We are the No. 1 provider of Physical and Occupational Therapy in New Jersey and Maryland to improve balance and reduce your risk of falling, and we’re ready to serve you!
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FREE Balance Webinar!
May 8th, at 10AM
Sign Up For Our FREE Balance Webinar!
May 8th, at 10AM
The Webinar link will be sent out via email.
This webinar is for you if:
You’re scared of falling, breaking a hip, or being in a nursing home.
You are embarrassed about how you walk.
You’re worried about your spouse’s balance and independence.
You have trouble walking on uneven grass or unlevel surfaces.
You’re afraid of slipping in the shower.
You’re tired of using a wall, furniture or cane for balance.
(This helps us determine which therapist will treat you through Telehealth, if needed.)
1220 E. Joppa Rd.
Towson, MD 21286
511 Jermor Ln.
Westminster, MD 21157
7138 Windsor Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21244
1275 NJ-35 Ste. 7
Middletown, NJ 07748
Before we start any type of treatment we need to identify the root problem. This is the most crucial part of any recovery! So many times the underlying problem is not identified correctly. Our providers will help determine the root cause of the problem!
Once our therapist identifies the root cause of your problem, we will begin working on the solution. We have numerous revolutionary treatment techniques to improve overall function and get back to doing activities you love.
Acheiving your goal is awesome, but “How Do I Maintain It?” is one of our most frequently asked questions. The goal during this phase is to create a program that you can do from home or start in a maintenance therapy program where we can occasionally keep an eye on you!
Conquer Your Fear of Walking
If you feel like you have bad balance or you are constantly afraid of falling — and you think either of those is normal.
That’s understandable, since balance usually gets worse over many months or even years. Many people chalk it up to their age.
Sometimes poor balance might be related to an event (like a stroke or broken bone). But regardless of why your balance is bad, you just need to live with it, right?
Wrong! You are not alone. We hear this type of thing all the time. In fact, we specialize in balance and improving walking (or gait).