Safe Exercise And Injury Prevention For Older Adults. Preventing Injuries and Making Exercise Safe for Baby Boomers. Baby boomers, those born between 1946 and 1964, were the forerunners of the fitness craze in the U.S. because they understood the benefits of .
Injury Prevention. Falls, the leading cause of injury among older adults, are treated in emergency departments every 13 seconds and claim a life every 20 minutes. Every year, 1 out of 3 older adults fall, yet less than half tell their doctor. 8. Falls-related injuries and deaths can be .
Lunges, triceps kickbacks and toe touches can improve balance, flexibility and cognitive function.Author: K. Aleisha Fetters.
This collection of effective fall interventions is designed to help public health practitioners, senior service providers, clinicians, and others who want to address older adult falls in their community. This 3rd edition of the Compendium describes single interventions (15 exercise interventions, 4.