Every person, while still young, knew someone who was old. They likely introduced you to sayings like:

Growing old isn’t for the faint of heart.
Growing old isn’t for sissies.
Growing old is bad, but I guess it is better than the alternative.

Growing old isn’t easy, but a wise man once said “Don’t complain about growing old, it’s a luxury denied
to many”. All of us will lose to Father Time, but life doesn’t have to be full of aches and pains. We have
ways to minimize and delay the pains associated with getting older.

One of the greatest methods to delay the decay of aging is movement. Our bodies crave motion. It helps
lubricate our joints. It strengthens our bones and maintains our muscles. Our circulation and lymph
drainage are improved. It stimulates and maintains our nervous system, including our proprioceptors
that help us maintain balance. One of the main reasons that elderly patients end up in assisted living is a
loss of strength and function. Moving, especially appropriate exercise, helps us keep both strength and
function late into life.

Nutrition is another great tool to delay the aging process. When fed appropriately, our body can repair
and replace its aging cells effectively. Simple sugars and flours can cause inflammation that affects both
our bowels and our joints. Whole grains, proteins, fruits and veggies give our bodies the means it needs
to keep itself in top form.

Chiropractic adjustments and massage therapy are also crucial to staying healthy later into life.
Chiropractic keeps joints moving how they are supposed to, eliminating both inflammation and
compensation. It also restores proper range of motion and helps prevent many types of injuries.
Massage therapy reduces inflammation, swelling, and promotes lymph flow. They both are crucial to
helping people move and feel great.

We can help you feel better, and maintain your abilities, regardless of where you are on life’s path.
Whether a young buck or a grizzled veteran, give us a call and we will help you be your best.