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Loss of Balance with Age

The physical and cognitive changes that occur with aging are often exacerbated by inactivity. This can lead to muscle weakness, joint problems, and loss of balance. Many seniors may also find themselves dealing with dizziness as a result of vertigo or other types of balance disorders. The result: unsteadiness when walking, falls that cause bruises

Master the mobility game as you age.

Staying mobile is an important factor in health as you age. Not only does it help you maintain your health, it is also a major factor in holding on to your independence. There are a number of ways to master mobility even as you age: 1. Walk: Taking walks is by far one of the best

Folding Canes for Women

Restrictions in mobility can have a powerful impact on a woman’s physical health as well as her emotional well-being. If you are an active woman who has suffered a stroke, experienced knee or hip replacements, have balance issues, or have discovered reductions in your mobility due to other injuries, diseases and conditions, you can find

Sports Injury Treatment Options

The world of sports medicine has rapidly evolved over the years, offering a variety of exceptional treatment options. Deciding what treatment is right for you is a discussion best held with your healthcare provider, but understanding what options are available to you can be important in creating a path to recovery that is the best

Suffering from Loss of Balance

Losing the natural ability to maintain your balance presents problems on a daily basis. Just moving around becomes a task, and walking on uneven or slippery surfaces can be dangerous. A fall could spell disaster. Where Did My Balance Go? While debilitating accidents or surgeries are obvious causes for a loss of balance, a hidden

Walking Canes – What you need to know.

Did you know that ten percent of American adults age┬á65 and older experience limited mobility and use walking canes to get around? If you or a loved one needs a mobility aid or cane, it’s best that you get the facts prior to purchasing. Is a walking cane right for me or my loved one?

Why Mom Needs a Standing Cane

Are you worried about your mother falling at home? When it comes to older adults, the home is a real danger zone—at least when it comes to falls, slips, and other accidents. Despite being the most preventable health risk, falls are the leading cause of injuries among seniors and account for more than half of all serious

Mobility Aids – What you need to know.

As bodies age, they change, and you may find yourself less mobile or independent than you once were. While there is nothing wrong with needing a little help, there are things you can do to help yourself be more independent and mobile. One way you can maintain your mobility as your body changes is through

5 things you never knew about canes.

Whether you see a cane as a necessary part of life or a thing of beauty, canes have a long, rich history. Walking canes, also called walking sticks, have been a part of the human culture as far back as human history goes. Here are five interesting facts you may not have previously known about the

Stroke recovery and rehabilitation.

A stroke can be a┬álife-altering occurrence and may┬ásignificantly affect┬áyour┬álifestyle. However, that doesn’t mean you have to settle for a less happy or less active life.┬áRather,┬áit’s important to concentrate on doing what you can to mitigate any new obstacles. We would like to share┬ásome useful tips┬ágeared toward helping you┬ácope and move┬áon, maximizing your quality of life