Coastal Seniors Host “Strategies to Maintain Balance Skills as You Age”

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On Tuesday March 17th from Noon to 1pm Connie Drum, Physical Therapist at Concierge Physical Therapy of 30A, will discuss factors that affect balance and provide strategies/exercises that are effective in improving balance.  A light lunch will be provided. For more information, please call Nancy at 850-280-5342. This event will be held at the CSSW offices at 70 Logan Lane, Santa Rosa Beach.

Connie is an Air Force Veteran and is originally from NJ. She earned a BS in Physical Therapy from the University of Medicine/Dentistry of NJ and went on to earn a MS in Health Promotion from the University of North Carolina/Charlotte. She has been practicing Physical Therapy for over 25 years and specializes in post-operative rehabilitation, soft tissue remodeling and orthopedic injuries and dysfunction. She has a true passion for working with the Senior population. After raising her children in North Carolina, she and her family recently moved to Santa Rosa Beach. She is the Owner/Therapist of “Concierge Physical Therapy of 30A, LLC” – and offers personalized Physical Therapy services in the comfort of patients’ homes. To attend, please RSVP to or call 850-280-5342 and leave a message. If you are 50 years or older, and reside in Walton County, the Coastal Seniors invite you to join, in order to participate in their activities.  Membership dues for 2020 are $20.00 per person/ $30 per couple. Become a member of CSSW on Facebook at Coastal Seniors of South Walton, or via email at, or on the website at Coastal Seniors of South Walton, Inc. is a non-profit 501©(3) organization for active adults and we’re looking for dedicated, enthusiastic persons to join our Board of Directors.


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