A Seniors Guide to Fall Prevention and Healthy Living

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BalboaPress, Nov 1, 2011 - Self-Help - 156 pages
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Have you fallen in the past or know someone who has? Do you have aging parents, or are you concerned about falling yourself? If the answer is yes, then this fall-prevention handbook is for you.

Roxanne Reynolds has spent the past ten years working with seniors and those with movement disorders. Because of her love for seniors and the fact that her own grandmother fell and broke both of her hips, she knew she had to try and do something to help prevent catastrophic falls so prevalent today.

In A Seniors Guide to Fall Prevention and Healthy Living, Roxanne outlines causes, diseases affiliated with falls, home safety, foot health, diet, nutrition, and activities that promote balanced movement.

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Roxanne Reynolds has devoted most of her adult life to promoting wellness through nutritional counseling, t’ai chi, and specialized exercise, mainly to older adults and those with movement disorders. She is a certified instructor and has completed studies from the International Institute of Qigong and T’ai Chi.

Roxanne teaches classes at cancer centers, hospitals, resorts, for the Muhammad Ali Parkinson’s Center, community colleges, senior communities, churches, assisted living, adult day care, as well as pioneering her talents instructing “The Art of Moving” classes, exercise specifically designed for people with Parkinson’s disease.

Because of her love and devotion to helping elders not only cope, but also to thrive and live longer, healthier lives, Roxanne gives us the tools and necessary information to accomplish just that.

Roxanne lives in Mesa, Arizona, and enjoys dance, music, fishing, gardening, and hiking with her pet boxer, Molly.


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