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Integrated Services

BMEC also offer integrated services in the delivery and commissioning of assessment, rehabilitation, fall prevention, and treatment programs.

These programs combine comprehensive assessment and intervention using hardware equipment, software intelligence and highly-customised professional guidance from our staff to optimise the wellness and safety of all end-users.

Functional Assessment Centre

The Functional Assessment Centre (FAC) provides tests that objectively measure an individual’s level of function and ability to perform daily functions (ADLs), work-specific, or sports-specific tasks in a safe and dependable manner over a defined period of time.

BMEC Wellness, Rehab, & Fall Prevention Programs

The number of older adults aged 65 years and over is projected to double to 1.5 billion by 2050 as a result of recent advancement in medical, social and economic development.

While lifespan continues to increase, health span has been slow to improve, and an older adult is known to spend the last decade of his or her life in poor health due to age related conditions.

Frailty and falls are important health issues that affect older people, which increase with age and are multifactorial phenomena associated with adverse health outcomes.

Fall related injuries are common and they result in considerable healthcare utilisation, and are a major cause of long-term pain and functional impairment for older adults. Falls can also affect the physical, psychological and social well-being of the older adults.

BMEC provides specially designed programs that are fast and effective, serving older adults along the continuum of care, is needed to overcome the barriers that are faced by (1) Older adults (2) Service Providers (3) Payors of the system.

Comprehensive outcomes-driven training program for seniors with the use of whole-body vibration technology and software intelligence.

Allows trainers and clients to “collaborate” on personalised rehab program using mobile phones to bypass inconvenience of travelling.

Safe yet aggressive conditioning of elderly patients translates to reversal of early frailty syndrome.

Stay Steady: Essential Tips for Fall Prevention

Preventing falls is paramount as individuals age. Here are few essential strategies to help seniors minimize fall risks and maintain their independence:

  1. Consultation with Healthcare Provider: Initiate a discussion with your healthcare provider to assess medications, past falls, and existing health conditions, tailoring a personalized prevention plan.

  2. Regular Physical Activity: Engage in activities such as walking or tai chi to enhance strength, balance, and flexibility, reducing the likelihood of falls.

  3. Appropriate Footwear Selection: Opt for sturdy, nonskid shoes to mitigate slipping and stumbling hazards.

  4. Home Environment Safety: Remove clutter, secure rugs, and improve lighting to create a safe living environment conducive to fall prevention.

  5. Optimal Illumination: Ensure well-lit pathways, particularly during nighttime, and consider the installation of assistive devices like handrails and grab bars.

  6. Use of Assistive Devices: Incorporate canes, walkers, and other aids recommended by healthcare providers to enhance stability and reduce fall risks.

By implementing these formalized strategies, seniors can effectively reduce the risk of falls and uphold their quality of life. Engaging in a structured fall prevention program offers seniors valuable resources, including targeted exercise regimens, home safety assessments, and educational sessions. These initiatives help mitigate fall risks and promote overall safety and well-being.