Your walking and talking pattern may reveal fall-risk

It’s important to pay attention to signs that may indicate you are at a higher risk for falling. When you walk and talk at the same time, if you must stop or become unsteady, you should notify your healthcare provider so that it can be further investigated.



CONTRIBUTEDY BY:

Joe Verghese, MD, MS, FRCPI

Professor of Neurology & Medicine

Chief, Divisions of Cognitive & Motor Aging (Neurology) and Geriatrics (Medicine)