Sorry for the scary warning, but it’s true. As a physical therapist I’d rather stay positive and live life to the fullest...but...
If you’re like me --older than 55 (sad reality, I know)…and/or have aging parents...
...the chances of falling are high (some of you reading this may even have a hard time getting off the floor by yourself if you fell) ...and this very concerning.
Even scarier -- is the fact that falling causes death about every 19 minutes...and if you don’t die, you’re likely to experience traumatic hospital time. Say goodbye to the quality life you want because now you have a broken hip, a mind-altering concussion, or painful wrist fractures (and lots of physical therapy).
My 79 year-old mother fell and hurt her ribs recently...she already has breathing difficulties because of a heart condition...now breathing just got painful….I really hope she pulls out of it soon so she can enjoy family and the great-grand-kids. I wish I had encouraged her more to come see me in P.T.
Maybe you’re already like my mom and lose your balance easily...some of you might get dizzy easily... and wonder how much more of your independence you can keep…before having to rely on your spouse, kids or neighbors.
~ B., Tooele
At Meier & Marsh Physical Therapy, we are passionate about keeping you from falling, curing your dizziness and helping you with balance problems...
This is why we are offering this FREE WORKSHOP where you will learn valuable information and life hacks-- not only to prevent falls, but to treat balance or vertigo problems, so you can keep your quality of life as long as possible.
Troy Marsh, PT
How to Prevent Falls and Avoid the Trauma of Breaking a Hip...or Worse (and cure vertigo!) by Dr. Adam Gubler, PT, DPT
January 30, 2020 at 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM at Meier & Marsh PT in Grantsville, 225 E. Main (by Soelbergs) Cookies will be served
Kindly call 843-1311 to register. Limited to a small group of 8-10 people.
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