Geriatric Physical Therapy

Senior citizens have special health care requirements. Geriatric therapists can help older adults with their individual needs. Our bodies age and we experience a decline in strength, muscle mass, bone density and balance reactions. It can help you to lower your chances of falling and preserve your independence.

Balance Disorders

Balance disorder refers to a condition where you feel unstable or dizzy. You might feel like you’re moving, spinning or floating, whether you’re sitting, standing, or lying down. Walking can make you feel like you’re tipping over. Everybody experiences dizziness from time to time, but “dizziness” can refer to different things for different people. One person might feel dizzy as a temporary feeling of faintness while another person may experience dizziness as a prolonged sensation of spinning (vertigo).


Involuntary urine leakage is called urinary incontinence. This is when a person urinates even though they don’t want to. The control over the urinary bladder sphincter can be lost or compromised. Women are more likely to experience urinary incontinence than men. It is estimated that 30 percent of females between the ages of 30 and 60 suffer from it, while 1.5-5 percent of males have it. It can occur due to stress factors such as coughing. It is more common as you get older.

Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form of dementia, is the most prevalent. This progressive disease causes mild memory loss, possibly leading to a loss in the ability to respond to the environment and carry on conversations. The brain’s parts that control memory, thought, and language are affected by Alzheimer’s disease. It can severely affect an individual’s ability and capacity to perform daily activities. It is likely that there are many factors that affect different people. There is no single cause. The most well-known risk factor is age.

Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson’s symptoms often appear gradually and then get worse. People may experience difficulty talking and walking as the disease progresses. People may experience mental and behavioral changes as well as sleep problems, depression, and memory difficulties. Parkinson’s disease is a condition in which nerve cells or neurons in the brain area that controls movement are damaged and/or die. Parkinson’s disease can affect both men and women. The disease affects approximately 50 percent more women than men.

Knee Joint Replacement

The most common reason for knee replacement is arthritis. This applies to both osteoarthritides as well as rheumatoid. A procedure called knee joint replacement involves the replacement of an injured or ailing joint with an artificial or prosthetic joint. The prosthesis can be made from metal alloys, plastics, and polymers. It functions in the same way as a knee.

Hip Joint Replacement

A hip joint replacement is a surgery that replaces all or part of the hip joint with a man-made one. The prosthesis is the name given to an artificial joint. A surgeon will remove the damaged parts of your hip joint and replace them with new, stronger, more durable pieces. These are usually made of metal, ceramic, or very hard plastic. This prosthesis (an artificial joint) can reduce pain and improve function.


Osteoarthritis is the most common long-lasting, chronic joint condition. A joint is a place where two bones join together. Cartilage, which is a protective layer of tissue covering the ends of these bones, is called cartilage. Joint damage is the cause. It can build up over time. This is why osteoarthritis is a leading cause of joint damage. Your joints will suffer more damage the older you get.


Healthy bones have small spaces inside, similar to honeycombs. Osteoporosis can increase the space size, which causes the bone to lose strength. The bone outside becomes thinner and weaker. Although osteoporosis is possible in any age group, it is more common in older people, particularly women. Osteoporosis patients are more likely to sustain fractures or break bones while performing routine activities like standing or walking.

Patient Testimonials

The quality of your experience and accuracy of your imaging is our top priority. Here’s what some of our patients think about Body Experts.

Asma Aslam Patient

For years, I suffered from chronic back pain.Since receiving Laser therapy at a physiotherapy clinic in Quetta reduced my pain and improved my mobility. Just a few treatments changed my life!

Muhammad Talha Patient

I experienced pain and limited movement. After treatments at the physiotherapy clinic in Quetta, I now have full motion and no pain. The relaxing atmosphere and friendly staff made it a wonderful experience. Highly recommended .

Maria Nawaz Patient

"I visited the physiotherapy clinic in Quetta twice a week and followed exercises at home. After 4-5 years, my shoulder pain is gone. I'm so grateful for the relief!

Aftab khan Designation

During my treatment everyone has been really helpful and extremely professional... although previous providers have been very good I think overall level of your service has been better.

Zulaika Nawaz Designation

Your customer service is excellent. Every physio I have seen has taken time to understand my problem and to listen. I have almost always felt that my treatment was beneficial and any advice that I was given was appropriate and has helped me in the interim and longer term.

Jannat Noor Designation

My recent visit was for a low back pain. Having been to several physiotherapists in the past for the same problem I decided to try your practice, as I have previously been successfully treated for a neck related problem. In just 2 sessions and armed with some home exercises, my back was so much better in a much shorter time than I had experienced previously