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How to maintain coordination, eye movement, and balance as you get over age 60?

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Dr. Beth Friedland
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Stay active

Various balance exercises, tai chi, yoga, bicycle, pilates, and even sports such as tennis, golf, alpine or cross country skiing, dance, or rollerblading, all contribute to improved coordination, balance and eye movement coordination.
Stay active all your life!

In brief: Stay active

Various balance exercises, tai chi, yoga, bicycle, pilates, and even sports such as tennis, golf, alpine or cross country skiing, dance, or rollerblading, all contribute to improved coordination, balance and eye movement coordination.
Stay active all your life!
Dr. Beth Friedland
Dr. Beth Friedland
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Dr. Brian Kaufman
Internal Medicine

In brief: Tai Chi

Tai chi is a great way to maintain balance, coordination and overall health as we age.
It is gentle and can be performed by folks in all types of physical conditions. Join a class or a group that meets in the mornings to do tai chi and see how it goes.

In brief: Tai Chi

Tai chi is a great way to maintain balance, coordination and overall health as we age.
It is gentle and can be performed by folks in all types of physical conditions. Join a class or a group that meets in the mornings to do tai chi and see how it goes.
Dr. Brian Kaufman
Dr. Brian Kaufman
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