The medical model of care is changing to emphasize wellness and prevention, especially in the management of chronic conditions. We need to focus not only on getting our patients well but also on keeping them well.
Currently, there is an all-too-common and frustrating scenario occurring in the treatment of our geriatric patients. After completing a successful duration of individual therapy, patients are discharged with a home exercise program and recommendations for community resources, only to return to the physical therapy clinic after a few months due to lack of exercise at home.
By Patrice Hazan, PT,DPT,GCS,MA
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