What our mobile Physiotherapists recommend doing if you find yourself stuck at home – Tip1

Mobility and flexibility are key physical attributes, which help to facilitate balanced movement in the later years of life and reduce falls.

To simplify flexibility is how much range of motion you have when muscles are relaxed, where as mobility is the range of motion you have when your muscles are controlling the movement.

Both of these result in an increased range of motion of the joint, better functioning of muscles and better balance.

At any age we should aim to maintain all of our physical attributes to reduce the risk of injury, falls and pain.

If you are stuck at home now is the perfect time to work on these often neglected parts of physical fitness.

The link below will help guide you on exercises and how to do them.

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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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