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Active Aging is a specialized program offered at BURD Physical Therapy that focuses on promoting health and wellness in older adults. The program is tailored to each patient's individual needs and goals, and is designed to help seniors maintain their independence, improve their physical fitness, and enhance their overall quality of life.

Our experienced physical therapists work closely with patients to create a personalized plan that addresses their unique challenges and concerns. The program includes a variety of exercises and techniques to improve balance, flexibility, strength, and mobility. We also provide education on proper nutrition, fall prevention, and lifestyle modifications to help seniors maintain their health and vitality.

The Active Aging program at BURD Physical Therapy is suitable for seniors of all abilities and levels of fitness. Our goal is to help seniors maintain their independence and enjoy an active, healthy lifestyle for as long as possible. Whether you are recovering from an injury, managing a chronic condition, or simply looking to stay healthy and fit, our team of experts is here to help you achieve your goals and live your best life.




Improved balance and coordination

Active aging therapy can help older adults to improve their balance and coordination, reducing their risk of falls and other injuries.

Enhanced strength and flexibility

By incorporating strength and flexibility exercises into their routine, older adults can improve their overall physical function, making it easier to perform daily activities and maintain independence.

Reduced risk of chronic disease

Regular physical activity has been shown to reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease and diabetes, helping older adults to maintain better health and quality of life.

Improved mental health

Physical activity has also been linked to improved mental health outcomes, including reduced rates of depression and anxiety. Active aging therapy can help to promote a positive outlook and overall sense of well-being in older adults.

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