We are Open and Treating Patients - in your home
Update on COVID-19 (coronavirus) for Our Patients

We are prepared and taking the appropriate measures as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the protection and safety of our patients and staff.

Important:
  • At this time, all visits will be done in the patient's home
  • All visits will be scheduled in agreement with you.
  • We will ask you if you have traveled overseas or been with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19. If you have, you must stay home for 14 days and monitor your health.
  • Anyone that is sick with fever, cough, and difficulty in breathing needs to contact their MD and visits will be held until the MD has cleared.
STRONG & STEADY - On ZOOM!!!
Mondays and Thursdays- 10:00 AM
Exercise Program Fosters Independence for Seniors
Instructor - Vicki Tilley PT, GCS

Strong and Steady focuses on full body strengthening and balance exercises using exercise bands, hand weights, and ankle weights. The class incorporates exercises that are reviewed and recommended by evidence-based programs like A Matter of Balance, Fit and Strong, and the Otago exercise program.

Class is guided by a Vicki Tilley PT who is a geriatric clinical specialist and a certified exercise instructor through the Arthritis Foundation. She can help modify exercises and answer questions as needed. It is great for beginners as well as advanced exercisers. Join me on Zoom every Monday and Thursday from 10:00-11:00 am!!

Welcome to Elderfit In Home Rehab

  • Physical Therapy Durham NC

    ElderFit Physical Therapy & Consulting, Inc. provides high quality, personalized out-patient rehabilitative and wellness services to seniors in their homes and communities. We are dedicated to helping seniors attain mobility and independence by partnering with local organizations and businesses to provide effective education and services. The clinicians of ElderFit Physical Therapy & Consulting, Inc. demonstrate their commitment to excellence by providing professional, knowledgeable and ethical care in a compassionate and personal way. We promise to do our very best so that our clients can attain their very best.

  • Physical Therapy Durham NC

    ElderFit Physical Therapy & Consulting, Inc. will be a leader in the field of rehabilitation and wellness with services designed to improve the health and well-being of seniors in our communities. We will empower our clients to take an active role in their health and wellness. We will be the employer of choice for clinicians who want to become independent, professional practitioners using effective evidence-based techniques and who are guided by the core values of the American Physical Therapy Association.

Meet Your Therapists

Read What Our Patients Have To Say

  • Joyce

    Johanna did an exceptional job on the road to recovery for Joe. She went above and beyond what I believe a physical therapist would do for a patient.

  • I've had hip pain for 6 months, but I no longer have it. Your physical therapy has helped so much!

  • Phyllis V.

    I wanted you to know how much my family appreciates the Elderfit team's recent therapeutic intervention with my dad.

  • I see progress in only two weeks, which surprised me. But I am seeing progress.

Call or Schedule Today!
Durham
(919) 622-1673
Hillsborough
(919) 614-1923
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