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The days are finally getting longer, the sun is feeling warmer and we are starting to feel that spring is right around the corner. These are the long-awaited signs that winter is coming to an end. However, don't be fooled, Mother Nature still has a trick or two up her sleeve that can cause us problems if we are not prepared.
Warmer daytime temperatures mean spring snowfalls don't stick around for long! However, it's the melting snow that can pose a big problem when nighttime temperature causes re-freezing and creates icy surfaces
Luckily, we know a thing or two about body mechanics. Follow the tips below to avoid winter slips and falls.
Use your whole foot
We want you to be as safe as possible throughout all seasons, rain, ice or sunshine. Talk to a physical therapist today to find a program that is unique to you and your team. We take personal wellness seriously and are happy to extend our services to those in need.
9/8/2022 04:10:58 pm
It was interesting when you mentioned that taking short steps can help you avoid slipping on ice. With that in mind, it seems like it would be a good idea to get boots with good traction to wear in the winter. Boots with good traction will provide grip which will prevent your feet from slipping.
1/4/2023 04:47:57 am
The QuadTrek <a href="https://www.quadtrekusa.com/product/traction-cleats/"> Ice cleats for shoes</a> are an accessory that can be added to shoes to improve traction and stability on slippery surfaces, such as ice and snow. They are typically made of a flexible material, such as rubber or silicone, with metal or plastic spikes that dig into the ice for better grip.
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