What our mobile Physiotherapists recommend doing if you find yourself stuck at home – Tip 2

Balance and meditation are often challenged in the same activity. Balance tasks generally require focus and quieting of the mind, which in essence has a meditating effect.

In our busy lives it hard to find time to stop, calm the mind and relax. If you have found yourself needing to stay at home, now is the perfect time to do this.

If you can combine this with balance exercises you can work to improve your mental and physical health and reduce your risk of falls.

Falls can result in physical trauma and potential death but they can also have a huge impact on mental health, confidence and changes in behaviour. This fear and change in behaviour can lead to reduce movement, increase physical decline and increased falls risk.

If you want to test your balance see our earlier post titled “Preventing falls and improving balance. A mobile Physiotherapists bread and butter.”

For some guidance on exercises to help improve balance see the link below.

Get in touch if you require any further information or assistance.

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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