Chiropractic Care for Seniors

Spending More Time Outdoors? Keep These Three Things in Mind as We Head into Spring

Have you been spending more time outside since Daylight Saving Time began? As the days get longer, it’s only natural that our urge to spend more time outside increases. And unless you’ve spent your spare time on a ski hill all winter, you’ve probably spent the majority of your working… Read More

Try These Activities to Minimize Stress and Help Prevent Back Pain

It’s no secret that staying active is a great way to help keep your body — and your spine — healthy. In fact, going for a brisk 10-minute walk each day is enough to help improve your health and prevent conditions of the spine, joints and supporting structures of the… Read More

10 Ways to Stay Healthy & Happy in 2019

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions last month? As we make our way through this snowy February, we thought it would be a good time to review some goals for the year. Here are our Top 10 chiropractor-approved resolutions to help you stay healthy and happy for the rest… Read More

How to Treat Strains and Sprains

As Southern Ontario braces for another major snowstorm, chiropractors and other health professionals prepare for the inevitable: more patients with injuries from slipping and falling on the ice. Assuming your injury isn’t serious enough to warrant a trip to the ER, you may be wondering how to treat your new sprain… Read More

Does the Cold Weather Increase Your Aches and Pains?

Have you ever noticed that as the weather gets colder you experience more aches and pains and your muscles feel stiffer? “Cold weather causes muscles to lose more heat and contract, causing tightness throughout the body,” says Ajax chiropractor Dr. John Noble. “Many of us actually hunch ourselves up when… Read More

Make a New Year’s Resolution to Stay Active

With the holiday season behind us, it’s time for another familiar tradition: setting our goals and resolutions for the New Year. While many of us place weight loss, healthy eating and getting fit at the top of our to-do list at the beginning of each year, it can be easy… Read More

One in Every Three Canadians Over the Age of 65 Will Experience a Fall

Falls are all too common in our aging population, with 1 in every 3 Canadians over the age of 65 experiencing a fall. The most common injuries from those falls include fractures to the hips, wrists and pelvis. Falls can swiftly take away the sense of independence and confidence that… Read More

September is Arthritis Awareness Month

Worldwide, arthritis is one of the most common conditions affecting the joints. Not just a disease of the elderly, arthritis can strike anyone at any time, regardless of age, health and ethnic background. “Arthritis is a disease that swells, stiffens and can damage irreversibly the moveable joints in the body…. Read More

Exercise — The Key to Healthy Aging

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a “magic pill’ that guaranteed our good health as we aged? While there’s nothing quite that easy, recent research once again suggests that exercise is the best way for us to maintain good physical health as we grow older. How much exercise, you… Read More

Chiropractic Care for Seniors: A Safe and Effective Way to Stay Active and Avoid Injury

It’s no secret that as we age, we become more susceptible to developing injuries, aches and pain. If you’re interested in maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle as you grow older, a preventative approach to your health care is key. In fact, remaining active is crucial for healthy aging and independence…. Read More