Older adults may face various types of medical conditions. At HealthQuest, we have the knowledge base and clinical skills that are needed for high-quality, efficient geriatric medical care. Our services are designed to enhance the health, functioning, independence, and wellbeing of the elderly and to provide them with proper and compassionate care.
The team of geriatric specialists at our Brooklyn healthcare center includes care physicians, neurologists, orthopedists, physical therapists and pain management specialists. Based on patient needs, they provide short-term care or comprehensive long-term treatment for complex and multiple medical conditions among older adults.
We provide services for the diagnosis, treatment and management of age-related conditions. After a complete assessment of the individual’s medical issues and unique healthcare needs, a customized treatment program is developed to address these conditions. Our geriatric medical care management program involves
Pain in elderly can be acute or chronic. Pain management in the elderly is difficult unless the pain is properly assessed. Our comprehensive medical assessment includes a thorough review of medical history, physical condition, and lab and diagnostic tests. We focus on overcoming the challenges of pain assessment in older patients such as under-reporting, dementia, sensory and cognitive impairments and fear about addiction to pain medications.
Depending on the patient’s healthcare status, we administer pharmacologic (Interventional therapies) or non-pharmacologic approaches (physical therapy) to manage pain caused by conditions such as osteoporosis, back pain, joint problems, laceration, hip fractures and other serious medical conditions.
Fall Prevention Program
Our elderly fall prevention program is aimed at preventing falls in older adults. By determining, identifying and modifying the physical and environmental risk factors that cause falls, the program helps the elderly to increase mobility and confidence for a more independent lifestyle.
Call 718-769-2521 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our geriatric medical care services.