Get Strong & STEADI at Steinberg Free Introductory Lecture with Dr. Tami DeAngelis (Studio)

Presented by Dr. Tami DeAngelis, physical therapist and Board-Certified Geriatric Specialist, this lecture discusses research-supported approaches to improve your balance and reduce fall risk. Resources from the CDC’s STEADI program are introduced along with strategies to safely initiate exercise and modify your home environment. This lecture is appropriate for any older adult or family member who is interested in learning more about fall risk reduction.

This lecture offers a sneak peak of the 8-week series, Get Strong & STEADI at Steinberg starting Monday, September 19 and November 21. Registration required

Location

Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind & Body
310 Baker Ave


instructor

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Tami DeAngelis

Dr. Tami DeAngelis, PT, DPT, received her masters in physical therapy from Boston University, her doctorate of physical therapy from Temple University, and later became board-certified as a geriatric clinical specialist. She has more than 20 years of experience in acute care, rehab, neurological outpatient and research settings. Tami works currently as a mobile physical therapist at Healthy Aging Physical Therapy, working with older adults living in the Concord, Lexington, Arlington and Bedford communities, in the comfort of their own homes. In this role, she works with her clients to recover and rehabilitate from the illness and injuries, like osteoporosis, frequently experienced by the aging adult. Through her varied research and academic experiences, Tami approaches clinical care with a strong emphasis on evidence-based treatment and patient education. Tami spends time working with her patients to identify their barriers to wellness and is proud of her success rate in making exercisers out of non-exercisers!