Before you string up a single strand of lights, carefully check them for cracked cords, frayed ends or loose connections. This tip, and our additional tips below, will help you safely enjoy the holiday glow inside and
A few things you can do or add to your kitchen to reduce the risk of falling:
Are throw rugs/floor mats secure?
Can you get to regularly used items without bending down or reaching up too far?
Wipe up spills
BA is a 74-year-old male who came to The Center for Balance with complaints of dizziness and balance deficits after falling at home and hitting his head on the stone edge of the fireplace in his family room.
This month we discuss a condition called Autoimmune Inner Ear Disease (AIED). Our immune system constantly monitors our bodies for invasion by foreign germs and will rigorously attack them as a defense mechanism using
A few things you can do or add to your bedroom to reduce the risk of falling:
Make sure there is a nightstand next to your bed where you can put a lamp, set eyeglasses down and keep a cordless phone nearby.