Open Access Opinion

Consideration on The Effect of The Place Where The Cane is Attached on The Standing Motion

Hideo Hirai*

Faculty of Health Sciences, Hiroshima Cosmopolitan University, Hiroshima, Japan

Corresponding Author

Received Date:March 18, 2021;  Published Date:June 01, 2021


It is well known that aging reduces athletic performance and increases the risk of falls. In the elderly, falls often reduce their physical fitness and gradually shorten their healthy life expectancy. In addition, too much prevention of falls may suppress the activities of the elderly more than necessary, causing them to become frail. In any case, elderly people often fall into a negative spiral due to a fall accident.

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