Has a doctor diagnosed you with arthritis? If so, you are not alone. According to the CDC, about 52.5 million U.S. adults have been diagnosed with some form of arthritis. Worse yet, it’s projected that an estimated 67 million Americans over the age of 18 will be diagnosed with this frustrating condition
by 2030. This statistic is downright frightening! If you’ve been suffering with arthritis in Attleboro and you’re fed up, then it’s time to finally do something about it.
No matter whether your arthritis is due to injury, a weakened immune system, or just the process of getting older, there is no reason why you shouldn’t take care of yourself. If you’re experiencing muscle spasms, numbness, inflammation, joint pain, or one of the countless arthritis symptoms, then turn to your Seekonk, MA chiropractor for help.
We always recommend physical therapy for those battling arthritis in Attleboro. Physical therapy has been shown to help reduce the severity of arthritis symptoms, and our patients have seen some amazing results.
Physical therapy in Seekonk has several advantages including reducing pain and restoring mobility. You’ll be feeling stronger and more flexibility with every session. We often implore exercises like wall walking, to help target arthritis in the shoulders, and chair rises for leg strength and mobility. Chair rises also help make it easier to stand up from the sitting position, which is a major relief for those with arthritis who find it more and more of a challenge just to get up from their seats.
Also, depending on the type of severity of arthritis, we will recommend an athletic activity that will help reduce arthritis symptoms. Some of these exercises might include walking, cycling or swimming. Getting your body up and moving will not only help your body but also your mind.
Of course, the only way to find out if our Attleboro chiropractic care will change your life and improve your arthritis is to make an appointment
. Your body will thank you! Call us today at (508) 226-2333.
Are you a Seekonk patient currently dealing with arthritis? Has a specific exercise or activity helped get you back in the game? If so, we would love to hear what form of aerobics helps you forget about your arthritis and start enjoying life.