Let’s face it. As we age, a lot of things don’t work quite as well as they used to. Balance, for instance, can be an issue. But guess what? There are ways to assess and lower your risk of losing your balance and falling.
If you’re looking for an exercise program that is designed with older people in mind and you live near St. Joseph’s College of Maine, you’re in luck. Along with several other adult fitness classes, the college’s Alfond Center now offers the SilverSneakers program.
If you ever find yourself having trouble getting up out of a chair (or know someone else who does) you’ll want to read these helpful tips.
Did you know? There is a right way to walk. Learn how and get some easy, helpful exercises from physical therapist Jason Adour.
Icy surfaces everywhere. That’s winter here in New England. If you worry about falling, here’s some expert advice.
Whether you’re 20 or 90, it’s important to be physically active. We’ve got all kinds of tips to get you started and keep you motivated.
Learn how Classical Five-Element Acupuncture connects with nature to restore a person’s balance and promote healing of the mind, body, and spirit.
Bending over at the waist is a hip hinge. Do it wrong and you could hurt your back. We’ve got some demos that show you how to practice doing it the right way.
A common question for physical therapist Jason Adour is “Are there ways to fall without hurting myself?” With the help of his kids, he shares some tips.
Feldenkrais uses gentle movements to help people increase their range of motion and improve flexibility and coordination. See how it works.