Arkady Lipnitsky, DC, DACRB,CICE | Article

Balance Physical Therapy


Once you’ve fallen and hurt yourself, you may worry about it happening again. As you move throughout your day, your fear of falling again may inhibit your sense of independence.

A physical therapist can help you overcome those fears while designing balance exercises to prevent falls, making you stronger and back to being highly functional in all your movements. Physical therapy for balance is one of many services offered though Brooklyn-based TRI Physical Therapy. Balance physical therapy is offered in our main facility located in Brooklyn on Coney Island Ave.

Balance problems can make it difficult to stay upright while standing, walking or even sitting. As you get older, the risk of having balance problems increases. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as many as one in four older people fall each year, in many cases, because they lose their balance. Without proper balance physical therapy, you can’t function as you like. Even everyday activities pose a threat of falling.

When you lose your balance, you’re at risk of having a serious injury such as head trauma or a broken bone. Whether or not you’re injured in a fall, experiencing loss of balance and having one serious fall can lead to an intense fear of falling. Your physical therapist at Balance PT in Brooklyn is experienced in body balance physical therapy (PT). Get the help you need to return to a fully functioning life.


Physical therapists are highly trained in helping you improve multiple systems of your body, including the ability to stay upright. Balance physical therapy in Brooklyn is customized to your unique needs. A physical therapist can help you with balance problems to:

Counter the balance problems that make you feel unsteady
Improve your mobility so that you don’t have to live in fear of falling
Increase the strength in your legs and core to fully support your body while you move
Reduce the risk of falling with functional exercises that show you how to correctly move through your normal daily activities
Stronger muscles and joints help you to stabilize your body to avoid falling. Using balance physical therapy and hands-on techniques such as joint manipulation, physical therapists work to strengthen the muscles around weak ankles, knees or hips, greatly improving your ability to walk, run, bend and participate in your favorite physical activities, whether that involves sports or playing with your grandkids.

Read more: https://www.triptnyc.com/balance-physical-therapy/

TRi Physical Therapy of Brooklyn
2279 Coney Island Ave, Ste 203,
Brooklyn, NY 11223
(718) 998–9877