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Section: Webinars Category: Strategy

Your Patients are Falling: Innovative Solutions to Reduce Injuries

Christopher Bromley, DPM

Christopher Bromley, DPM discusses the economic impact of falls in the United States. Dr Bromley also reviews how to properly screen at-risk patients, distinguish risk with specific questions, as well review treatment options to improve balance.

Goals and Objectives
  1. Recognize the economic impact of falls in the US
  2. Review how to properly screen patients for fall risk
  3. Distinguish what questions should be asked of all patients with fall risk
  4. Review treatment options to improve balance
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    Christopher Bromley has nothing to disclose.