We can all agree that we are very fortunate to live in this country. Let’s face it, things can be much, much worse. We have an abundance of food, medicine, and accessibility to resources most of the world can only dream about. Yet, I read this in the Washington Post ” …U.S. life expectancy continues to lag far behind other developed countries, despite spending way more on medical treatments aimed at keeping us alive.”(https://www.washingtonpost.com).
So how could it be that we spend more than any other rich country out there yet rank so low? This article says that we are ranked last among the richest countries: “And while the U.S. spends more on health care than any country in the world, it ranks 12th in life expectancy among the 12 wealthiest industrialized countries…”(https://www.npr.org/).
As we continue to increase our life expectancy we must think about what kind of quality of life we want as we age and also, consider the cost of living. I am almost 4o years old and according to this data it means that I have about 40 years ahead of me. Just like any of you, I imagine spending these next 40-50 years feeling great, enjoying time with my family and having fun. If during these 40-50 years I could be saving a bunch of money on health care as opposed to spending all my time and money on medications and procedures, that would be fantastic. According to what we know today, being proactive could potentially prevent many of these health issues with minimal cost. I found that chiropractic is a great way to not only prevent these health issues but to increase over all health and well-being. At the end of the day it’s up to us. Call me if you have any questions. Also, don’t forget to take advantage of our new patient special offer.
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Also, we’ve changed our office hours and wanted to make sure everyone know exactly what to expect. We will be open every day from 8-12 and 2-6 except Thursday morning (8-12) and Friday afternoon (2-6).
So, Thursday Morning and Friday afternoon the office is closed. Have fun and see you soon.
Spring Office Hours
Monday: 8-12am, 2-6pm
Tuesday: 8-12, 2-6 pm
Wednesday: 8-12am, 2-6pm
On a different note, I am scheduling all my speaking engagements, Lunch & Learns, Workshops and Health fairs for 2018. If your company, club, social group, kid’s school, PTA, Child’s Sport team or otherwise are interested to learn about the most up to date and groundbreaking health related topics that can truly change your life, let me know. firstname.lastname@example.org
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