Stop Osteoporosis with Easy Exercise Program
Visiting Nurses Association of California to Offer Free Presentations
Riverside, CA – Start the New Year off right. Learn how to be proactive against the onset of osteoporosis with the help of two-pound weights during a free presentation on January 9, 2013.
The 45-minute strength training presentation will be held at 2 p.m. January 9, 2013 at the VNA California Riverside branch located at 6235 River Crest Drive, Suite L in Riverside, California. 15 strength training exercises will be shown to help build muscle, bone strength and help to prevent osteoporosis. This is a watch and learn presentation and no participation is required.
Research indicates seniors who exercise with weights face fewer health problems relating to mobility, balance, and arthritic conditions by maintaining and building muscle and bone strength. This, in turn, affords them the opportunity to live a more independent and active lifestyle.
Besides the strength training demo, free blood pressure readings and balance screens will also be available to all attendees. This event is FREE but space is limited. Call toll-free to reserve a spot at 855-VNA-CA11 (1-855-862-2211). Men and women of all ages and fitness levels are encouraged to attend.
About VNA California
VNA California has been providing skilled nursing, rehabilitative, and hospice care to patients in their homes or places of residence since 1931. One of the oldest home health care providers in Southern California, VNA California supports 10,000+ patients with 300,000+ visits each year. As the only community-based non-profit to offer a complete continuum of home care, VNA California provides Home Health, Rehabilitative, Palliative, and Hospice services throughout Riverside, San Bernardino and North San Diego Counties. In addition, VNA’s Community Outreach efforts include Mourning Star Centers for child and teen grief and bereavement, the Nightingale Society, Charity Care Services, adult bereavement, professional continuing education and seminars and workshops on a variety of health-related topics. For more information or to volunteer call 1-855-VNA-CA11 (862-2211) or visit www.VNACalifornia.org.