Tag Archives: geriatrics

Anti-aging Exercise: Part II

July 9, 2010


“Getting old isn’t for sissies.” This bit of wisdom has been told to me more than once by clients following joint replacement surgery and many of them prove the statement to be true.  Dealing with the movement impairments related to aging takes its toll, physicaly and mentally.  As we get older there are certain things […]

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Anti-aging Exercise: Part I

July 2, 2010


For centuries we have tried to escape the inevitable: aging.  There may be Botox, but there is no fountain of youth that can stop all of the effects of gravity and time.  Luckily for our joints and muscles, we do have exercise.  I’m not simply proposing that any random activity or exercise will combat aging […]

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Falls Prevention: Skip a Slip and Save a Life

January 8, 2010


I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and happy new year!  Your Geaux 2 PT was having a jolly good time in Great Britain and is refreshed and ready to write about some very important subjects.   I’m starting 2010’s blog with a topic that is near and dear to me: preventing falls in […]

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