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CAC-Florida Medical Centers offer patient-centric healthcare tailored to treat multiple disease states

Tuesday, Oct 8, 2013  |  Updated 5:39 PM EDT
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The elderly should not turn their back on active living. CAC-Florida Medical Centers are here to help.

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The following content is created in consultation with CAC-Florida Medical Centers. It does not reflect the work or opinions of NBC Miami's editorial staff. To learn more about CAC-Florida Medical Centers, visit cacmedicalcenters.com

Since 1964, CAC-Florida Medical Centers have been committed to improving the quality of life of its patients through accessible, comprehensive and quality health care provided in a warm and compassionate setting. Today, it operates 14 centers throughout South Florida.
 
For seniors, one of the best methods to prevent deterioration is through sustaining patient functionality. Studies prove that individuals who stay both physically and mentally active as they age remain healthier than those who don't. But often patients fall victim to deteriorating conditions due to lack of functional activities and follow up after being discharged from successful physical therapy treatments.
 
That's why CAC-Florida Medical Centers offer them coordinated health programs. One such is “La Buena Vida," a program that manages the therapeutic needs of patients through a tailored exercise program. This customizable program puts a core focus on education and activities, as developed by our Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Medical Director, meaning patients will be pushed to remain active while enjoying themselves. 
 
This patient-centric approach allows CAC-Florida Medical Centers to service patients suffering from multiple disease states and group their treatment plans based on common conditions or degree of functional limits.  Our patients benefit by being able to reduce risk of falls, minimizing the loss of bone mass and muscular atrophy, while reducing the impact of illness and chronic disease.
 
To learn more about CAC-Florida Medical Centers, including a list of locations, programs and classes, visit cacmedicalcenters.com

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