MAN UP! Don’t Ignore Your Body’s Check Engine Light to Live Longer and Healthier

At Osborne Family Chiropractic & Wellness, we believe that increasing awareness and encouraging care for preventable health problems is critical to immediate relief and long-term wellness. The better we listen and faster we respond to the signals and warnings our bodies send, the better we will look, feel and be.

Many men are more likely to put new tires on their car than get new shoes for their feet, let alone proactively pursue preventive health care. Even though pain is your body’s version of a check engine light, statistics suggest that many men are more comfortable ignoring the signals until things can’t be ignored. . . and when is the best time for your body to give out? On the golf course? Before an important presentation? Lifting your children or grand kids?

Men's Vitality week OFC Wellness
While there is no optimum time for a breakdown, there is always time for a tune up. Taking steps like managing stress and staying active or eating healthy and visiting the chiropractor to sustain wellness are exponentially beneficial. Preemptive steps can help before health care treatments become extremely expensive and unavoidably invasive. So, don’t ignore your body’s signals and don’t let small issues become bigger and more expensive problems to fix. To reiterate the brilliance of Benjamin Franklin, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”
Encourage the men in your life to take advantage of our Men’s Wellness & Vitality week during June 10-14th, 2013  We are offering Men’s Wellness Assessment including new patient Chiropractic consultation, nutrition examination, computerized spinal thermal scans and postural analysis for only $59.  ($215 Value)
Mention this ad to receive our men’s vitality new patient promotion along with a men’s wellness starter kit. 

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