How do we decrease cognitive load for our patients and lower their risk of incidental falls?

Vision and hearing impairment are two of the most modifiable risk factors that when left untreated, lead to a higher incidence of falls in older adults.

We strive to assess patients holistically, understanding how their hearing, balance and cognition affect their daily lives. Our plan of care focuses on preventative, rehabilitative and strategies for impactful outcomes.

Thank you for continuing to let us be a part of your comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to care.

Enjoy this month’s article, Hearing and Vision Impairment and the 5-Year Incidence of Fall in Older Adults. Gopinath, (2016)