Aging can be difficult for you sometimes, and you have to be prepared and stay fit as the age passes by. According to Public Health Agency of Canada “falls are the leading cause of injury among older Canadians with 20-30 per cent seniors experiencing one or more falls each year.”
The report said, “85 percent of injuries lead to hospitalizations, 95 percent of all hip fracture cost $2 billion a year to the Canadian government. Average Canadian senior stay 10 days longer for falls than any other case.”
“Musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions are the most common cause of long-term pain and disability among Canadians over 60,” according to an article published in the Canadian Chiropractic Association.
Chiropractic care can be best treated to prevent any injury in the future and it can also help in healing muscle. Chiropractors are professionally trained in joint pains and relief, and they can help in various pain conditions like MSK, arthritis, back pain, leg pain and many other chronic pain conditions.
The Public Health Agency of Canada also reported that “fall injuries rose 4 percent between 2003 to 2008 and deaths were increased 65 percent due to falling rose.”
By 2030 aging population will grow and 23.6 percent Canadians will be over 65 ages. For helping you to live healthy and pain free life, Canadian chiropractors are growing all over Canada. Now many consult chiropractors for pain relief and their non- surgical therapy procedure. Being alert is the only key to face aging and chiropractors can give you many tips to boost your health.
On February 25, 2013 Your Health journal posted Prestigious Rand Corp study about the benefits of chiropractic care for elderly. The study reveals that people who receive the chiropractic care were healthier than the ones who did not.
Study reports “ 87 percent of chiropractic patients described their health status good or excellent, compared to 67 percent of non-chiropractic patients,” article reported.
Chiropractic care is getting popularity day by day and many who receive the treatment are satisfied. In Canada, Cdpc treats many patients across Canada. For more information visit Cdpc.ca