Falls can be harmful--causing pain and requiring time, effort, and care to recover from afterwards. At the age 65, one in three people experience a fall. And though this is a large number of people, it doesn't mean that one must accept falling as inevitable. Falls can be prevented, and that number can be reduced with the proper action.
For our Senior Living LIVE! webinar, we will be hearing from Dr. Dan Quirk from Fox Rehabilitation, to discuss improving strength, fall prevention in the immediate environment, and overall safety. These are the things he suggests can reduce one's risk of a serious fall.