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Remodeling Aging

I am going to be a little blunt here because I went through this with my parents. You simply cannot address the issue of staying in your home unless you address the issues of your bathroom. Seniors cannot live independently until they, or their family, have addressed and resolved the bathing issues for the long-term. We ALL tend to ignore the problem until it is too late.

Unfortunately, many seniors in Northeast PA today are embarrassed to admit or even acknowledge that they have a fear of taking a shower. More often than not, they would rather ignore their fear, or worse yet believe that they are being childish and then attempt to dismiss their concerns.

The reality is that very few of us ever observe the gyrations, difficulty, and stress that many seniors experience as they quietly struggle to bathe in the privacy of their own home. Senior’s don’t bring it up because they believe they are being foolish, childish or are somehow admitting a weakness that could force them to give up

BUT, the issue becomes a glaring reality when a senior falls, is injured and then forcibly placed into assisted living which is extraordinarily embarrassing, emasculating, demeaning and, not to mention, expensive.

I firmly believe that the right bathroom design with the RIGHT selection of products offers the ability to practically remove this danger from the home and help improve the health and the quality of life of seniors.

That is why we are aging in place experts. From consultation to final installation you can rest assured that we will make your bathroom beautiful, functional and SAFE. That is my personal promise and guarantee to you.

From walk-in baths, to low-threshold showers to ADA approved toilets and grab bars – we do it all for seniors in Allentown, Reading, Wilkes-Barre, Williamsport, and surrounding areas. Call us today for your free consultation.

Bottom Line: Don't trust your bathroom, your wallet, or your safety to anyone else – Call ReBath Northeast Today.

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Remodeling Aging

Why You May Want A Walk-In Tub

In a recent study conducted at the Washington State University’s National Aquatics & Sports Medicine Institute the following effects were recorded. Here’s what happens to your body as you take a relaxing jetted bath (at approximately 102 degrees F):

  • After 5 minutes. Your blood pressure and pulse rates begin to drop.
  • After 8 – 10 minutes. The warm water increases your blood flow and circulation improves in your hands and feet, making them feel warmer.
  • After 12 – 15 minutes. The buoyancy effect of the water allows your muscles to relax and become more reactive to passive exercise. Your tissues are more malleable and become receptive to stretching, which encourages the release of lactic acid and other toxins from your body.
  • After 15 – 20 minutes. By eliminating the effect of gravity, pressure is removed from the joints, and stress on the supporting muscles and ligaments is lessened. Your aches and pains begin to decrease in severity.

All it takes is a matter of minutes for you to start reaping the benefits of hydrotherapy.