Listen up Ladies!!
This study really just proves some basic concepts that everyone should know. Number one, staying active as we age is imperative to increase the likelihood of a long life. Number two, back pain is a major player in reducing activity levels as we age. And finally, actively managing back pain WHEN IT STARTS is the best way to minimize the chance that it becomes chronic and debilitating.
Often times my female patients in their 30s and 40s are “too busy” with work, family, sports and everything else to address that nagging back pain. Take the time to get the cause of your back pain diagnosed and addressed. Often times what would be a simple solution in your 30s and 40s becomes chronic and much harder to manage in your 50s and 60s.
Dr. Joshua Duplessis Joins Integrated Physical Medicine in Joliet We are proud to announce Dr. Joshua Duplessis, DC, ATC, CSCS, has joined our Joliet, IL office. Dr. Josh is both a Chiropractor and Athletic Trainer and worked closely with the staff and patients in New...
We are proud to announce Kelly Drudi, MSN, APN-BC, has joined our New Lenox office. Kelly is a board-certified nurse practitioner with full practice authority in the state of Illinois.
We’ve all had a headache before and know how debilitating they can be. Some are occasional, some frequent, some are dull and throbbing, some even cause nausea. They almost always ruin your day and even change the way you live.