Growing older should mean having more fun, not less.
You deserve to age gracefully and comfortably.
At Peak Chiropractic, we provide a wide range of care for senior patients focusing on health maintenance, illness prevention, and injury treatment. We want Rose City residents to age gracefully and healthfully into their late years.
The most common reason for older adults to seek chiropractic services is due to musculoskeletal pain from loss of mobility. They may also experience pain from the breaking down of hardworking parts of the body. Though this breakdown of our bodies is natural, chiropractic plays an important role in keeping them as strong as possible for as long as possible.
Aging should be exciting. After all, you’ve earned it!
With the right approach to nutrition, exercise, and spinal manipulation, the body can heal itself quicker and maintain vitality well into the future.
We’ve helped patients age more comfortably with treatments resulting in:
Relief from muscle, joint, and back pain
Higher sense of well-being and energy
Increased coordination (reduces falls)
Decreased arthritic joint pain
Decreased muscle stiffness
Less inflammation of soft tissue
Relief from degenerative disease pains
How is chiropractic care different for older adults?
Health in older patients is nuanced and requires individualized treatment approaches. This is why we work with each of our patients to develop a care plan specifically designed for their needs.
Techniques, including chiropractic adjustments and massage, are very helpful for a variety of common spinal conditions in older adults.
Our goal in caring for older adults is to reduce functional limitations, increase cognitive and physical ability, and provide the tools needed to maintain an active and physical lifestyle.
And the best news?
Chiropractic care can be a safer, less invasive alternative to surgery or injections.
Get the maximum “mileage” out of your spine with chiropractic care.
Chiropractic care is remarkably beneficial for all types of ailments that affect us as we age including sciatica, headaches, back, neck, hip, and knee pain, as well as normal degenerative issues associated with aging.