Aging comes with certain increased health risks. It’s very normal to feel concerned about these and it’s increasingly important to be proactive about your health as you get older. The caring doctors and nurses at Banner Health are here to help you monitor your health, let you know your treatment options if necessary and guide you through the process with a helping hand. If you are ever concerned, make an appointment with Banner Health.
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive mental deterioration that slowly causes impairment in memory and cognitive function.
Back pain is a common ailment in seniors that can have a variety of causes and treatments.
As you age, your emotional health care needs will evolve along with your physical health care needs.
Bone health is primarily an issue in women as they get older and are at increased risk for osteoporosis.
The risk of many cancer types increases as you age. Early detection is the best tool for effective treatment.
Diabetes is an illness that affects many older adults but can be often be managed with proper care.
Just as the muscles in your arms and legs atrophy as you get older, so does your heart muscle. Monitoring your heart health is important to prevent serious issues.
Your hearing ability lessens as you age, but there are many technological advancements that help prevent mild hearing loss from greatly impacting your life.
Muscles and bones weaken with age, making you more susceptible to falls and accidents. It’s important to seek help for pain and injuries and protect your bone, joint and muscle health.
Many older adults struggle to get a good night’s sleep, but sometimes there can be a treatable sleep disorder causing these disturbances.
Most people experience some degree of vision loss as they age, but it’s also important to monitor for eye health conditions like macular degeneration.
When you seek out diagnosis and treatment for your health concerns, questions arise about making medical decisions. We are here to help, offering guidance and support. Learn more about making medical decisions.