Young peoples' bones stop growing by approximately age 20, somewhat earlier in women and somewhat later in men. Long bone growth, that is, in the arm, forearm, thigh, and leg, ceases later and sma ...View Article
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My name is Karine and I am 29 years old, married with three children aged 8, 5, and 1 1/2. Seeing a chiropractor regularly is very important to us. I have noticed that chiropractic care helps our overall health tremendously. We do not go to the doctors often mainly because we hardly ever get sick! And I strongly believe that I can attribute this to our faithful visits to our chiropractor. Chiropractic has helped us maintain health. My two oldest daughters are ice hockey players, and from being pushed into boards to falling hard on the ice, one can only imagine what damage that could do after a while. My youngest daughter was adjusted at just a few days old, after going through what is believed to be the most traumatic event in life--BIRTH!!! My husband is a builder which requires him to be very physical day after day. For myself being a mom, with all that that entails, is ever so important that I stay healthy to keep my home together, because I don't get "sick days"! However, even if none of us were active, we would still greatly benefit from our routine adjustments.
Chiropractic care is our way of staying healthy and maintaining an overall sense of feeling GOOD.
-Karine L., 29