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In celebration of National Physical Therapy Month, teamed with Huff/Post 50 to name the Top 10 Fittest Baby Boomer Cities in America.

In this episode, a physical therapist announces the top 10 and describes the survey. More importantly, she discusses the importance of maintaining fitness after the age of 50.

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Alice Bell, PT, DPT, GCS, is the vice president of clinical services, and the director of physical therapy for Genesis Rehabilitation Services. Her specialties include acute rehab, subacute care, and long-term care. A board-certified specialist in geriatrics, she
has lectured and written many articles on topics related to physical therapy and the older adult.

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