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What we offer

 Alleviate pain & discomfort and return to mobility

Joint Pain Joint Pain
To treat pain in different joints of the body.
Generalized Weakness Generalized Weakness
Generalized weakness treatment to improve musculoskeletal functions.
Postural Instability Postural Instability
Improvement of postural balance through exercises.
Balance Impairment Balance Impairment
Balance disorder treatment to improve functions of muscles & bones.

What Is Geriatric Physical Therapy?

Geriatric Physical Therapy is a form of physical therapy specifically geared toward older adults and their unique issues and challenges. Geriatric physical therapy takes into account that older adults tend to become less active over time, experience a decrease in muscle strength, coordination, and reaction timing, and have a lower tolerance for physical activity.

Geriatric physical therapy is different from other types of physical therapy because it focuses more on building strength and endurance in older adults to help in the following ways:

  1. Keeping active
  2. Preventing deconditioning (reversal of previous conditioning)
  3. Preventing muscle atrophy (the wasting away of muscles)
  4. Decreasing the risk of falls and related injuries
  5. Maintaining independence in performing daily activities
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How does our Geriatric Physiotherapy treatment at Home Work?


Book an online appointment; Request a call back on website; Simply dial 1800-103-4530.


Our executive gets in touch with you and schedules an appointment.


Our qualified expert visits your home for an assessment and initiates the therapy.


Measures improvement over time and recommends next steps if any.


Nightingales home health care center specializes in offering the Best Geriatric Physiotherapy at home. We have an expert team of Geriatric Physiotherapists who specialize in providing comprehensive and effective physiotherapy treatment for elderly people.
Our home-based Geriatric physiotherapy encompasses an extensive range of health problems related to age. Geriatric physiotherapy focuses on managing the health conditions of the elderly and helps them maintain functional independence and better quality of life.
Avail Geriatric Physiotherapy treatment at the comfort of your home from our experienced Geriatric Physiotherapists at Nightingales The Home Health Specialist.

What is Geriatric Physiotherapy?

Geriatric Physiotherapy or Geriatric rehabilitation is the branch physiotherapy that deals with managing physical problems in elderly people.
It mainly focuses on people in the process of ageing. Geriatric physiotherapy helps aged people or elderly improve physical balance and strength, build confidence and keep them active.

Why is Geriatric Physiotherapy important?

As we age, our body undergoes multiple degenerative changes leading to loss of strength in muscle tone which restricts mobility and flexibility. We experience changes in social and emotional functioning with an increase in age, affecting our quality of life and general well-being.
Geriatric care is important as it involves a sequence of preventive and intervening measures to provide the care and support essential to improve and manage functional independence and the quality of life.

What are the conditions treated by Geriatric Physiotherapists?

1) Joint Pain
Joints connect bones within your body, bear weight and provide support during movements. Usually, joint pain is caused by injuries, inflammation of the lining of the joint, hemarthrosis, arthritis, STDs and gout. If the joint pain is left untreated for a longer time, it can restrict mobility and lead to weakness or instability to perform normal activities.
Geriatric physiotherapy is the best treatment to help reduce joint pain and improve the stability of the joints.
2) Generalized Weakness
Generalized weakness is one of the most common issues that almost every individual face post a certain age. One of the attributes to this is degenerative changes that come with age resulting in poor muscle tone, stiff joints etc. This is further worsened with the presence of other chronic conditions such as neurological issues, endocrine problems and musculoskeletal issues.
Some of the common causes of generalized weakness are flu, thyroid disease, anemia, depression, lack of sleep, undiagnosed diabetes, congestive heart failure and medication side effects. Geriatric physiotherapy helps in bringing back the physical strength and stability, thereby improving patients’ quality of life.
3) Postural Instability
Postural instability is a condition of inability to maintain an upright position. In other words, it is the imbalance and loss of righting reflexes that are required to maintain an upright position. Geriatric physiotherapy such as balance exercises, can improve postural instability and help patients resume back to their normal state.
4) Balance Impairment
Balance impairment in the elderly is the loss of normal functioning of muscles and bones. It is most commonly caused due to arthritis and orthostatic hypotension. Other factors causing balance impairment include numbness in feet and legs, eye problems, blood circulation problems and intake of multiple medicines.
Geriatric physiotherapy treatment includes balance exercises to help improve the functions of muscles & bones.

What are the benefits of Geriatric Physiotherapy?

Geriatric Physiotherapy aims to help elderly people maintain functional independence and overall well-being. It also helps in
1) Improving and managing the range of motion of various joints.
2) Maintaining the strength and endurance of muscles.
3) Performing their day to day activities without the need from a helping hand.
4) Building strength and stability required for independent living.

Why choose us for geriatric physiotherapy treatment at home?
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How we made a difference
Our expert physiotherapists with 10000+ happy customers
Irfan Nabi Physiotherapist
Irfan Nabi

Physiotherapist Lead- Rehabilitation


Thummala Adhinarayan Physiotherapist
Thummala Adhinarayan



Ghoshita Kharade

Orthopedic Rehab, Mumbai


Juili Palkar

Neurological Rehab, Mumbai


Simone George

Geriatric Rehab, Mumbai


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Q: Which cities can I avail Physiotherapy treatment at home?

A: We are currently available in 3 major cities in India: Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Mumbai.

Q: How can I book the Physiotherapist near me service ?

A: You can choose from multiple options to find a Nightingales's Physiotherapist near you - Book online, request a call back on our website or simply dial +91 1800 103 4530. Our team will connect you with the nearest physiotherapist in your city who can treat your condition.

Q: What is the qualification of Physiotherapists at Nightingales?

A: We have qualified Physiotherapists with MPT & BPT degrees; all of them are experienced professionals & are well trained in providing home-based care.

Q: How would I know if my condition is improving?

A: Our Physiotherapist measures improvement in your condition over time and recommends next steps, exercises & a course of action for you.

Q: How long does a Physiotherapy session last?

A: Session count and duration depends on the patient’s condition and our evaluation. On an average a Physiotherapy session lasts for about 45 minutes.

Q: If I book a package of 25 visits, can I postpone or reschedule the visits?

A: Yes. Date and time preferences can be discussed with your visiting Physiotherapist. The sessions in the package will need to be taken within the agreed duration at the time of booking.

Q: How can physiotherapy help me ?

A: A physiotherapist can treat variety ofissues like Sports injuries, Musculoskeletal, Neurological problems depending upon the Expetis of the physiotherapist. Some of the Common issues that can be treated by a physiotherapist are as follows: Neck pain, back pain, and sport injuries caused by problems in the muscles and skeleton. Problems in the bones, joints pain, muscles pain and ligaments, such as arthritis. Fatigue, pain, swelling, stiffness and loss of muscle strength. Loss of mobility because of trauma to the Stroke or spine, or due to diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, Post operative exercises after THR and TKR , COPD , Geriaritic rehabilitation.

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