FREE Fall Prevention E-Book
About The Fall Prevention E-Book
Falls are extremely common in seniors, and it’s important to know that there is usually more than one reason that a person may fall. Therefore, you need more than one solution to help you avoid falls. The important thing to remember is that you must take action on many fronts. Use this book as a guide and follow up on all of the helpful steps. Download your free Fall Prevention E-Book below.
Topics covered in the Fall Prevention E-Book:
- Facts about the injuries related to falling
- How to prevent falls
- The fall prevention checklist
- Making your home a more safe environment
- Things you will need to purchase
- The importance of good vision
- Medication and falls
- How your diet is important
- Working with your doctor
- Safety measures
- Walking aids
- The importance of staying active
- How physiotherapy can reduce the risk of falling
About the author
Sybille is a certified NDT practitioner. Neuro Development Therapy is a specialized hands-on treatment technique, that promotes mobility, balance, core strength, enhancement of gross motor skills in an active, fun and dynamic way.
Sybille leads a team of dedicated professionals providing first class therapy to clients in the greater Simcoe County Region.
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