Sumary of Episodic Mobility Problems: What You Need to Know:
- Queen Elizabeth II passed away under medical supervision at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on September 8.
- Chronic pain flare-ups, terrain, weather (barometric pressure, for example, can swell up the joints), and injury can all influence a person mobility.
- There are common conditions in older people that can contribute to mobility problems, such as muscle weakness, joint problems, pain, disease, and neurological (brain and nervous system) difficulties.
- Among her health issues, Queen Elizabeth II also experienced persistent mobility problems, causing her to cancel or miss a string of public appointments over the last several months, including the recent State Opening of Parliament, Easter traditions, and Remembrance Day.