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“Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Balance and How to Prevent Falls”


Learn More About the Causes of Balance Problems and Conquer Your Fear of Falling

Thursday, Sept. 1 • 5:30-7 p.m.

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Free Balance Workshop

“Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Balance and How to Prevent Falls”

Thursday, Sept. 1 • 5:30-7 p.m.

Hosted in Towson, Westminster, and Woodlawn

This workshop is for you if:


You’re scared of falling, breaking a hip, or being in a nursing home.

You are embarrassed about how you walk.

You’re worried about your spouse’s balance and independence.

You have trouble walking on uneven grass or unlevel surfaces.

You’re afraid of slipping in the shower.

You’re tired of using a wall, furniture or cane for balance.

Attend at Your Local Clinic

All workshops begin at 5:30 p.m. Click the button to lock in your spot or call your local TheraFit Rehab to RSVP today!

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Limited to About 15 Registrants at Each Location

(Due to the interactive nature of the workshop)

The workshop will cover:

The top five reasons people fall.

Three tips to improve your balance quickly and naturally.

Top causes of hip fractures.

The No. 1 reason for nursing home placements (that can usually be avoided).

“Are You Afraid of Falling?”


“Do You Lose Your Balance Often?”

If you feel like you have bad balance or you are constantly afraid of falling — and you think either of those is normal.

That’s understandable, since balance usually gets worse over many months or even years. Many people chalk it up to their age.

Sometimes poor balance might be related to an event (like a stroke or broken bone). But regardless of why your balance is bad, you just need to live with it, right?

If this sounds like you, then you are not alone. We hear this type of thing all the time. In fact, we specialize in balance and improving walking (or gait).

Many of our clients say things to us like:

“I am terrified of falling.”


“I can’t walk on grass or up curbs without feeling like I am going to fall.”

Living in fear can be devastating. Many of our patients love to play golf, hang out with their grandchildren, socialize, or just go on walks.

However, living with bad balance can negatively impact your life. It makes many of the things you love much harder or even impossible to do!

Have you ever been told or thought… 

Many of our patients do mention their poor balance to their friends, maybe family, and sometimes even doctors. Often times, they are met with the same responses: pity and little-to-no advice or recommendations.

So, they continue to accept the fact that there is nothing they can do.  This can create bad habits because doing nothing often leads to weaker muscles and worse balance.

If you don’t know what you’re doing, then trying to fix your balance on your own or listening to others can be very frustrating.

Be Your Best: Active, Mobile, and Independent

RSVP Today to Learn How to Improve Your Balance and Reduce Your Risk of Falling!

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