Effortful posture cues, such as “stand up straight,” and “engage your core,” may unintentionally hinder balance practice for older adults.
Long-term care providers across the country want assurances that they’ll have enough personal protective equipment as several states look to resume elective surgeries.
Cognitive screening recommended for older adults in orthopedic rehab … Prioritize senior living residents in COVID-19-related funding: ASHA … Asthma drug Singulair and generic to get ‘black box’ warning … LGBTQ+ elders are a socially isolated, vulnerable population, asserts the National Academies
Oncology and exercise experts recommend that clinicians use an “exercise prescription” to prevent cancer and improve survivor outcomes.
There is an urgent need to maintain mobility in the world’s older population. So states a new international report, released this weekend.
Inactive seniors have the same ability to build muscle mass as master athletes in the same age group, researchers were surprised to find.
High-intensity step training leads to better mobility for stroke survivors than standard low-impact training, new research has shown.
A focus on personally relevant goals during therapy helps patients in skilled nursing facilities recover more function than those in standard therapy.
Contrary to common belief, exercise does not harm knee cartilage in people with osteoarthritis. In fact, it may help maintain knee function, a new study has shown.