Safety Tips for Foot Neuropathy

Safety Tips for Foot Neuropathy

If you have foot neuropathy, there are some things you can do to help reduce your risk of falling. In this article, we will talk about some safety tips for foot neuropathy. Tip: Proper Footwear One thing you can do is to make sure you have proper footwear. Sometimes...
What To Do If You Have Bladder Control Problems

What To Do If You Have Bladder Control Problems

Talk to Your Doctor about Bladder Control Problems If you are having bladder control problems, the first step I would recommend is to meet with your primary care provider. This may be your doctor, or a nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant. They need to...
Environmental Hazards that Contribute to Falls

Environmental Hazards that Contribute to Falls

Too Much Clutter causes Unsafe Walkways As people get older, they tend to downsize from their primary house into a smaller, more manageable living space. This may be an apartment, condo, or an assisted living. However, they don’t want to get rid of all their...
Decrease The Risk of Falling: Talk to your Healthcare Provider

Decrease The Risk of Falling: Talk to your Healthcare Provider

Take Action to Decrease the Risk of Falling Chronic conditions and medications can cause falls for a lot of older people. Some examples of chronic conditions that can cause falls include things like diabetes, high blood pressure, atrial fibrillation, Parkinson’s...
Myths About Falls: What to Know

Myths About Falls: What to Know

There are many “myths” going around about falls and aging. I am going to talk about three of them in this blog post. I hope that addressing these three myths about falls gives you some hope in terms of the aging experience. Myth #1 The first myth about...
Dizziness Vs. Vertigo: An Analysis (Webinar Transcription)

Dizziness Vs. Vertigo: An Analysis (Webinar Transcription)

Link to video on YouTube This blog is a transcription of the video linked above. My mission as a healthcare provider is to rescue mismanaged and misunderstood people with dizziness, vertigo, imbalance and chronic falls. In this blog we will go over the following...

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