Senior Physical Activity + TRAZER

TRAZER = Full Restoration to One’s Health

Seniors are the fastest growing segment of our country’s population, and TRAZER is playing a vital role in improving their brain + body connection. Physical disorders also increase with aging; when movement skills and functional capabilities are affected, TRAZER’s measurement analytics are critical to the full restoration of one’s health.

For adults 50 and older, it is important to stay active with regular physical activity. Physical activity can help prevent, manage, and even delay debilitating and costly chronic diseases, and finding ways to schedule daily movement contributes to better overall wellbeing both mentally and emotionally.

While staying physically fit becomes more challenging with age, the TRAZER technology is a fun, interactive solution for senior living facilities who are prioritizing keeping residents engaged both physically + cognitively.

“In regard to stroke and other catastrophic injury, I do believe TRAZER is a great tool in nursing homes and other facilities. TRAZER allows patients to engage while participating in daily physical therapy and I think for people in later stages of life, TRAZER is instrumental in recovery and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. TRAZER changes everything.” – Sean Lager, MD, FAAOS, Founder, Gotham City Orthopedics

But what about senior health in regard to falls from physical activity and day-to-day living?

According to the CDC, each year, millions of older people—those 65 and older—fall. In fact, more than one out of four older people falls each year, but less than half tell their doctor. Falling once doubles your chances of falling again.

Many falls do not cause injuries. But one out of five falls does cause a serious injury such as a broken bone or a head injury. These injuries can make it hard for a person to get around, do everyday activities, or live on their own.

This is where TRAZER comes in.

TRAZER’s rehabilitation simulation replicates challenges seniors face without risk factors contributing to knee, ankle, hip, balance, and vestibular immobility, reducing falls by 30%.

TRAZER provides healthcare providers and clinicians with standardized, objective, and actionable data, helping them identify and rehabilitate those at elevated risk of falling, and monitor the progress towards a patient’s greater independence and confidence.

Schedule a demo and learn more about how to elevate your patients’ healthcare experience with TRAZER today.