Foot Therapy Program
for Fall Prevention

Is this you or someone you love or care for?

Uncomfortable feelings in the feet like hot, cold or numbness?

Diagnosed with foot neuropathy?

Unsteadiness when walking, especially in the dark or on soft, uneven surfaces?

Experiencing repeated falls?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you may be at risk of falling from reduced blood flow or neuropathy in your feet.

If you are looking to find ways to help reduce falling,

Dr. Kimberley Bell, DPT may help with her Foot Therapy Program for Fall Prevention.

Dr. Bell’s foot therapy program for fall prevention

Foot Therapy program for Fall Prevention

This multimedia e-course teaches a fall prevention program with unique exercises specifically designed to reduce feelings of unsteadiness, imbalance and unstable walking by exercising the feet and ankles.

If you are looking for guidance, tools and exercises to do at home as a complement to the treatment plan, Dr. Bell’s e-course is for you.

You will also learn basics about foot health, causes of foot neuropathy, and normal aging of the feet to help you understand how to better take care of feet.

Our feet are the #1 most important sensory input that sends information to our brain to create our balance and stability while standing and walking.

Dr. Bell's Foot Therapy Program for Fall Prevention | Dr. Kimberley, DPT, San Diego Vertigo specialist

“After completing Dr. Bell’s Bean Box exercise program for 6 weeks, I don’t need my walker anymore! Thank you Dr. Bell.”

Carla R.

“The course is very thorough. Things all people, elders and neuropathy sufferers should know! Good job Dr. Bell.”

Janet T.

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This program is designed for people with foot neuropathy – or peripheral neuropathy, peripheral vascular disease and reduced blood flow to the skin of the feet from normal aging.

Dr. Bell's Foot Therapy for Fall Prevention Program | Dr. Kimberley, DPT, San Diego Vertigo specialistCommon risk factors that may cause foot neuropathy – or peripheral neuropathy – include diabetes, high cholesterol, tobacco smoking and high blood pressure.

Most treatments on the market today for foot neuropathy have uncomfortable side effects, limited usefulness or short-lived results.

Benefits* from using this Foot Therapy program for Fall Prevention:


  • More confidence and steadiness with balancing and walking
  • Less reliance on assistive devices such as a cane or walker
  • Increased foot sensation and reduced foot numbness

*Results of this program vary between individuals and are not guaranteed.

Module 1 Introduction and Program Overview
Unit 1 Video: Foot Therapy Program to Reduce Fall Risk: Improve Foot Circulation
Unit 2 Handout: The Impact Feet Have on Walking and Program Benefits
Module 2 Foot Care Fundamentals
Unit 1 Handout: Foot Health and Care Education
Unit 2 Handout: Photo-enhanced Instructions for Bean Box Exercise Program
Module 3 Bean Box Exercise Program
Unit 1 Video: Making a Bean Box with Dr. Kimberley Bell, DPT
Unit 2 Video: Instructional Video For Bean Box Exercise Program
Unit 3 Audio-file: Verbal Instructions for Bean Box Exercise Program
Module 4 Tools for Success
Unit 1 Handout: Goal Setting
Unit 2 Handout: Self Reflection Worksheet
Unit 3 Handout: Personal Exercise Journal
Unit 4 Handout: Trouble-Shooting
Module 5 Quiz: Foot Therapy Program for Fall Prevention
Unit 1 Quiz: Foot Therapy Program for Fall Prevention

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About Dr. Kimberley Bell, DPT

About Dr. Kimberley Bell, DPT

Dr. Kimberley Bell, DPT, is an internationally recognized dynamic thought leader in healthcare. She is promoting best practices and improved quality of life for patients who are suffering with dizziness, vertigo and imbalance or unexplained repeated falls. After an eleven year period of caregiving for her grandparents and suffering with intermittent vertigo herself for most of her life, she has realized that the status quo simply is not good enough. She has created her unique, comprehensive methodology “The Bell Method,” to reduce the suffering of those with dizziness, vertigo, imbalance, normal aging, foot neuropathy, incontinence and unexplained repeated falls.

Limitations, Contra-indications and Precautions:

  • This program is contra-indicated or ABSOLUTELY NOT APPROPRIATE for people with wounds on their feet or ankles – including open wounds, open sores, skin tears, fissures and pressure sores.
  • The exercises in this program require the hip to flex above 90 degrees, so they are not appropriate for people who have hip precautions after a hip replacement that restrict hip flexion to 90 degrees or less.
  • Some patients with severe knee pain during rotational movements of the hips or ankles, pelvic pain from a pelvic fracture and scar tissue around the groin area from hernia surgery have reported discomfort from performing the exercises in this course.
  • This program will not cure “foot drop” or bring new movement to paralyzed legs or feet but may strengthen muscles that are weak as long as they are able to move on their own.
  • Patients with surgical wounds, cellulitis or weeping skin from edema are advised to seek specific clearance by their physician before performing this foot therapy exercise program.
  • Patients with a blood clot in the lower leg should absolutely avoid the exercises in this program until the clot is resolved.
  • The results of this program vary between individuals and are not guaranteed.
  • Be sure to always seek medical advice from your physician before starting any new exercise program.
  • Supplies for making a Bean Box at home are not included with the e-course and can be purchased at most local grocery stores, and home goods or office supply stores.

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