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Monthly Archive:: June 2015

Activities for Active Seniors

When you picture senior living, you may envision sitting in a rocking chair on the porch, watching the world pass you by. However, today’s seniors are far more active and vibrant than previous generations and are more able to pursue their interests well into their 70s, 80s, and 90s. There are many activities that active

The Secret To Having More Energy

Limitations to your mobility caused by aging or injury can make it harder to move around like you used to. What frequently happens over time is that you start making changes to your day-to-day routine where you don’t have to move as much. For example, instead of getting up from your chair and retrieving an

Super Foods For Better Mobility

Whether you have a long-term medical condition or short-term pain in your joints, one goal is better mobility. Joint mobility is the degree in which two bones meet and move before becoming restricted by surrounding elements like tendons, ligaments and muscles. In medical terms, this is called articulation. Joint stability is the ability of joints to move

Exercises for Seniors in Wheelchairs

If you are age 65 or older and use a wheelchair, exercise may not be as front of mind as it used to be. As people age, there is a tendency to become more sedentary, which can affect the muscles and joint flexibility of seniors putting them at risk for falls and injury. With mobility, it is a choice

Knee Surgery: What You Need to Know.

What is the largest joint in the body? The knee. It is also the most complex joint in the body because it connects the thigh with the leg and supports the weight of the body. Unfortunately, this complexity makes the knee susceptible to numerous medical conditions and injuries. If you’ve suffered a knee injury or

Hip Replacement: Improving Mobility

If you’ve decided to have hip replacement surgery, you’ve probably suffered with pain and mobility issues. The surgery is often performed on patients who have osteoarthritis of the hip joint, but also for other reasons such as rheumatoid arthritis or an injury. It’s a very common procedure, with about 332,000 hip replacement surgeries being performed

Types of Walking Canes

If you’re looking for a walking cane for yourself or a loved one, the landscape has changed dramatically. As recently as just a few years ago, a stick of wood was basically your only option. Recent technological advancements have created a variety of new canes, but they’re not all created equal. Here’s a look at

Yoga for Seniors

According to Duke Integrative Medicine, seniors age 65 and older are the fastest growing sector of the U.S. population. In fact, by 2050, the senior population is expected to grow to over 80 million. Much of this growth in population is due to the increasing number of seniors who are interested in leading fit, active lifestyles throughout their

Exercise After a Stroke

Exercise is essential for overall wellness, even after a health crisis like a stroke. But recovery from a stroke often comes with significant mobility issues, which makes the issue of getting more exercise much more complicated. If you or someone you care for is facing the challenge of how to get exercise with mobility issues, while

The Beginner’s Guide to Senior Fitness

As a senior, you may have abandoned a more active lifestyle as you’ve gotten older. That may have lead to a few more aches and pains or health issues. Starting an exercise program can yield a wide variety of health benefits for anyone at any age. Exercise is so powerful that it can help prevent and