As the aging population continues to grow, therapists and researchers are turning to new modalities for effectively restoring balance and coordination to reduce fall risk. Research shows that the benefits of eccentric resistance training are significant for the aging population. This powerful tool for increasing stability and mobility results in reduced fall risk and increased confidence and quality of life. Check out this research summary exploring the benefits of eccentrics for prevention, conditioning, and rehabilitation of the aging population.
The Power of Eccentrics for the Aging: A Research Review
Thank you Regional Cancer Care Center for allowing Sally Hawkins, OTR, CHT, CLT to be the guest speaker at yesterdays Women Supporting Women support group meeting. It was so nice to see familiar faces as well as meeting Cindy Elliott, RN Oncology Nurse Navigator for the Regional Cancer Care Center and Beverly Ward RN, breast health navigator for the Eunice Q. Sorin Women’s Diagnostic Center at Atlantic General
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