How many times have you heard a person past the age of forty experiencing health problems say, “Oh that pain is just my arthritis”. Many people feel that due to the fact that they re growing older, nothing can be done for their health problems. This is not true!

As we age, it is true that the youthful ‘give’ and elasticity in the supporting structures of the spine begin to leave us and, as time goes by, we are likely to experience more and more health problems related to our spine and nerves. But, something can be done. Obviously, it is best to locate these problems as early in life as possible, obtain chiropractic care, and thus prevent many problems in later years. Many people who did not have the opportunity for adequate chiropractic care in youth may now find their problems to be of a chronic nature. Even if this is the case, we don’t have to “just learn to live with it”. Many problems such as arthritis, constipation, headaches, arm and leg pain, fatigue, sleep problems and loss of appetite respond well to chiropractic care. Because they feel better and get results, millions of older people go to the chiropractor regularly for gentle, safe, chiropractic adjustment.

Millions of chiropractic patients will attest to the fact that chiropractic care helps you feel better and live longer.