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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

The Power of Tai Chi

The practice of Tai Chi, a Chinese martial art form, has gained popularity in recent years due to its myriad of health benefits. This low-impact exercise is suitable for all ages and abilities, even for those who require mobility aids such as wheelchairs, walkers, or canes. The gentle, flowing motions can reduce stress while building

Finding that perfect walking path.

When mobility is an issue, walking can sometimes be a hassle. Sometimes it is an issue of age or some other problem that has caused you to need assistance. Whatever the issue may be for you, it may have led you to decrease your activity, but you don’t have to give up walking! It is

Collapsible Walking Cane Options

More than 4.8 million Americans use a cane for mobility assistance. A cane can help remove weight from an injured or weak leg, improve balance, and increase independence. Collapsible canes are a great option for people who want a convenient, portable cane that can go anywhere. Collapsible canes, like the HurryCane® Freedom EditionTM, fold for

Balance Training for Seniors

It’s natural as we age that our senses sometimes lose a little bit of their sharpness. While many seniors concern themselves with loss of sight or loss of hearing, loss of balance can sometimes be the most debilitating sensory loss. Every year, one in three Americans over the age of 65 suffers some type of