Posts

Physio helps most LTC residents maintain mobility, but Joan Taylor has improved hers

Frost Manor resident Joan Taylor and physiotherapy assistant Debbie Ellison are seen here taking a walk.

Frost Manor physiotherapy assistant Debbie Ellison says Joan is walking ‘almost perfect’ with her walker

Since she started participating in Frost Manor’s physiotherapy program, resident Joan Taylor has improved her mobility and her quality of life, says Achieva Health physiotherapy assistant Debbie Ellison. Read more

VIDEO: Frost Manor resident Bill White playing piano again, thanks to physio program

 

Frost Manor resident Bill White is playing the piano again, thanks to his determination and some help from the physiotherapy team at the Lindsay long-term care home. Read more

OMNI residents improving their quality of life through physiotherapy programs

alternative-medicine-1327808_960_720

Recent success stories showcase the value physiotherapy brings to long-term-care home residents

One of the ways OMNI Health Care long-term care homes enhance quality of life for residents is through the physiotherapy programs they offer. Read more

Frost Manor resident doing so well in physiotherapy program, her next goal is to walk independently

From left to right, Frost Manor residents Lorraine Kingdon, Lillian Hawery and Joy Dobson pose for a photo. These three ladies have had great success in the home’s physiotherapy program.

From left to right, Frost Manor residents Lorraine Kingdon, Lillian Hawery and Joy Dobson pose for a photo. These three ladies have had great success in the home’s physiotherapy program.

Lorraine Kingdon has been continuously improving since she began physiotherapy

Frost Manor resident Lorraine Kingdon has continuously improved her mobility since she began participating in the Lindsay long-term care home’s physiotherapy program. Her next goal is to walk independently. Read more

Riverview resident stands for first time in 2 years, thanks to hard work with physio team

Riverview Manor resident Kellie MacDonald (right) is seen here with physiotherapy assistant Jody Harris. Kellie has improved her mobility through the Peterborough long-term care home’s physiotherapy program. Her goal is to improve her strength to the point that she can once again live independently.

Riverview Manor resident Kellie MacDonald (right) is seen here with physiotherapy assistant Jody Harris. Kellie has improved her mobility through the Peterborough long-term care home’s physiotherapy program. Her goal is to improve her strength to the point that she can once again walk and live independently.

‘My next goal is to be able to walk out of here – and I think I’ll probably be able to,’ says Kellie MacDonald

PETERBOROUGH, Ont. – Two weeks ago, Riverview Manor resident Kellie MacDonald stood up for the first time in two years, thanks to her hard work and guidance from the home’s physiotherapy team. Read more