Exercises to help prevent falls: exercise physiologist Geoffrey Bland (right) leading his client Nick Colfer, 59, through a series of exercises at Joint Dynamics in Hong Kong’s Central district. Photo: Tory Ho

Fall prevention: how simple exercises can help seniors avoid injury and even death

  • Falls are the second leading cause of accidental or unintentional injury deaths worldwide, with most occurring in adults aged 65 or older
  • Simple exercises, including sit-stand training and tiptoeing exercises, can make a significant difference, but often seniors don’t know where to start
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Exercises to help prevent falls: exercise physiologist Geoffrey Bland (right) leading his client Nick Colfer, 59, through a series of exercises at Joint Dynamics in Hong Kong’s Central district. Photo: Tory Ho
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