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December 10, 2021
Author: Eric
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How Common Are Falls In the United States?

Each year, more than 800,00 people are sent to the hospital because of an injury caused by a fall. In fact, according to the CDC, unintentional falls are the leading cause of hospital visits yearly.

It is a common reflex to reach out your arms when you are in the process of falling. Often, this results in unintended pressure on the shoulder which can result in a rotator cuff tear or other serious shoulder injury. These are painful injuries that can result in long periods of rehabilitation or even surgery.

The best thing you can do to keep yourself safe this winter is to be prepared for icy conditions when walking. There are steps you can be aware of to help prevent a fall this winter season.

How To Stay Safe When Walking On Ice

  1. Keep your hands out of your pockets.

  2. Be ready for a fall.

  3. Shuffle your feet and avoid large steps.

  4. Wear flat-soled shoes

  5. Give yourself extra time to get places

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About the Author Eric

Eric is a marketing technician at RangeMaster and also a shoulder surgery warrior. A severe accident resulted in multiple surgeries and Eric’s recovery was aided in no small part to RangeMaster products. It was because of their amazing product that he could live independent from painkillers and do all the things he loved before the accident (which includes boxing). He lives in Washington with his wife and children, who are the light of his life.

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