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Preventative Care: Chiropractic Care for Elderly Patients

Chiropractic care for the elderly in Calgary, Alberta

If a loved one suffers from spine pain, they may also experience headaches, back pain, and neck pain that can make simple daily tasks difficult or impossible to complete. Recent studies have shown that chiropractic care is an effective means of treating and preventing further spinal pain and injury, especially in elderly patients. Visiting a pain clinic in Calgary for chiropractic care, in addition to appointments with a primary physician, can have a positive impact on the comfort and overall health of your senior loved one.


Turning to Chiropractors in Calgary for Spinal Pain Relief


New study results have shown that chiropractic care is beneficial, especially for elderly patients dealing with spinal pain. Here are some facts about how a visit to the chiropractor can result in better long-term health and pain relief:


  • Lower Injury Rates: Studies have shown that elderly patients had a 76% lower rate of injury when receiving regular chiropractic care, when compared to patients who had only visited their primary physician. The combination of care and targeted treatment offered by chiropractors means a more comprehensive treatment plan and better long-term health.


  • Beneficial for Patients Aged 66+: As we grow older, especially into our mid to late-sixties, our risk of injury increases and our ability to heal quickly decreases. Seeking specialized treatment for your spinal injuries or other chronic pain and injuries can help promote faster healing and decrease the chances of another injury. Talking to your chiropractor in Calgary about your current or past injuries will help them provide the best care and limit the amount of pain you experience.


  • Preventative Care is Recommended: Often the best action to take for healthcare is preventative care. Whether you worked a high impact job for years or have felt aches and pains arising in your back, neck, or other major joints, visiting a chiropractor can help ensure you feel in control of your body and limit your risk of future injury.

Are You Suffering from Spinal Pain? Visit a Chronic Pain Clinic in Calgary



The team of trained and experienced professionals at Alberta Back & Neck Rehab & Sports Injuries Clinic can help you follow a preventative care program or deal with an existing injury. Our experts can help you overcome spinal pain, foot problems, knee injuries, and any other chronic pain you experience. Whether you are an elderly patient or a young athlete, we offer services to keep you feeling great and moving your best.


Contact Alberta Back and Neck Rehab & Sports Injuries Clinic today to book an assessment or consultation. Call us at 403-234-0040 or contact us online to schedule your appointment.

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