Your independence shouldn't be optional.
For those of us hitting mid-life, now is the time to ensure your future independence. To do this, Dr. Dukes recommends adding spinal stability exercises and regular adjustments to your fitness routine. You'll look and feel better, improve your mobility and build a fitness base that keeps you independent long into your golden years.
When we're young balance is largely an automatic reflex. Gradual changes linked to aging such as weaker muscles, body 'tightness' and slowing reflexes affect our balance and mobility. Confidence dips as muscles essential to balance grow weaker. The result is unsteadiness rises and increased fall risks.
Shaky balance shouldn't be taken lightly. Falls can spur a negative health spiral. It's more common that you might think. Statistics reveal that at least one out of three people over age 65 fall every year resulting in significant health declines, reduced mobility and dramatically reduced quality of life.
The good news is that Dr. Dukes can help you avoid becoming a statistic. With little work, she'll help you get healthy spine fit helping you prevent falls, feel great and stay independent longer in life.
Schedule an appointment with Dr. Dukes to start a program to keep you living life on your terms for a long, long time. (813) 752-2524
10/20/2022 01:03:36 pm
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