Falls are the most common cause of hospitalizations and injuries for older adults over 65. 90% of the 300,000 hip fractures and 250,000 wrist fractures per year are the result of falls. 65% of adults over 60 confess to a fear of falling and if they have fallen before, 92% of those adults fear they will fall again. Fear of falling again, or Post Fall Anxiety Syndrome, is a serious problem among older adults. It is a loss of confidence in the ability to walk safely. As many as 56% of people over 75 will restrict their activities due to fear of falling. These self-imposed limitations can lead to further functional decline, depression, feeling of helplessness and social isolation.