On the Road Physiotherapy advocates health – assess your risk of Dementia by looking in the mirror!

This might sound far fetched but its not far from the truth.

As the rates of dementia increase so too are metabolic disorders. Our society is becoming more busy, less focused on good quality food and thus we are more unhealthy now than ever before.

We are finding more mobile Physiotherapy sessions are being required due to Dementia related illnesses.

The body is an amazing system that works together allow complex movements, thoughts, the ability to build and create whilst completing all the daily processes to keep us alive.

This is a key point, it works as a system. You can’t have a little extra weight around your mid section and think that it doesn’t impact everything else including your brain. If you have heart disease where the arteries around your heart are becoming blocked, then it is highly likely that the arteries in other areas of the body are also blocked such as the BRAIN.

The health of your brain is dependant on the health of your body.

We love doing Physiotherapy home visits but please don’t become another one of these increasing clients. Keep healthy and live long and happy.

However, if you are looking for a mobile Physiotherapist in the Sutherland shire or St George region, please get in touch.

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Note: Content is written by On the Road Physiotherapy using relevant sources all of which are referenced. All content is aimed to educate. If you are unsure of the relevance of the content to yourself please enquire or speak to your doctor.

We provide mobile physiotherapy services focusing our efforts to meet the needs of the senior and less able population. We provide a wide range of services NDIS funded, private and others. Currently servicing Sutherland Shire / St George Region.

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