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PDFThe June newsletter brings information on side planks and bird dog exercises for core stability.  Watch the video for demonstration of the exercises given.  Mike O’Hara gives some practical advice on preventing falls in his article, Fall Recall. Read one person’s story about his transition from physical therapy patient to gym member, and be sure to check out sled rowing.

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Mr. V had pain inman_falling his lower back and right hip. The problem had been present for over a year and he had been diagnosed with spinal stenosis. He was sent for physical therapy by his family physician because he was having difficulty climbing the stairs and walking in his home. Mr. V was 78 years old and lived with his wife Miriam. Miriam reported that her husband had mild dementia and had fallen three times over the last month. Mr. V stated that he often felt dizzy when he got out of bed, but he was not sure why the falls happened. Miriam stated that they did not bother to tell the doctors about these falls.

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One of the best reasons to develop the habit of fitness is that it can reduce your reliance on medications. It makes my day when fitness clients inform me that they have been able to discontinue a medication because of the improvement in their blood pressure, lipid, or sugar levels. Pain relief medications are no longer necessary when joints and muscles work more efficiently. Exercise has been shown to work as well or better for the treatment of depression. The quality of sleep is enhanced and brain neurochemistry improves when you exercise on a consistent basis. The habitual performance of exercise is the most effective method of reducing medications.

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