- Elder Fitness 101
- --- Geriatrics 101 ---- XFR
- --- Geriatric Preventative and Normal-Cure
- --- Elderly Coaching
- --- Geriatric Common Chronic Disease Care
- --- Geriatric Disease Care
- --- Geriatric Bed Ridden and Frail
- --- Geriatric Mental Health Care
Elder Fitness 101
--- Geriatrics 101 ---- XFR
- EU oldest aging residents to 2070s 37% to be 60+, low birth rates and rising lifespans
The elderly individuals, of whom 60–75% are healthy, 20–30% suffer from chronic diseases, and 2–10% are “frail,” should benefit from health-related differentiated and targeted measures applied in the different contexts in which they live.
75% Healthy Elderly - Preventative not motivating, QOL is
25% Chronic Diseases of Elderly
T he growing number of older persons suffering of chronic diseases increases demands on the public healthcare system, costs for management, and social burden. Delirium, sarcopenia, frailty, balance disorders, falls, dizziness, and urinary incontinence are just some the most common medical conditions that occur among the elderly.
Even among the independent elderly we see diminished quality of life (QOL), and contribute to their physical and cognitive decline, disability, and death.
15% Hospice/Community Dependent
10% Sick, Incontinent, Frail
How much impact can we have?
However, aging itself should not be considered negatively, and many interventions can be set up by the governments, communities, and families in order to promote health, participation, social inclusion, and security of older people and improve their QOL
--- Geriatric Preventative and Normal-Cure
--- Elderly Coaching
Physical medicine and rehabilitation
- Rehabilitation Medicine for Elderly Patients hv