Aging gracefully: Chiropractors serving seniors in the “age-well” movement. ‘Canadian Chiropractor Magazine, July 2019’ by Dr. Erik and Alex Neilson
Chiropractors, our physiotherapy colleagues, massage therapists, and collaborative physicians have a unique opportunity to make a difference in the aging population. According to Statistics Canada, the number of people 80 years of age and older is expected to double in population size to 3.3 million by 2036. This growth will have an immense impact on […]Read More
By Celeste Langdon, ND (candidate) also ‘super summer student intern at THS!’ So, you went to your doctor about bloating, gas and abdominal discomfort. Chances are, you got diagnosed with IBS, or irritable bowel syndrome. It is of no surprise to know that one in eight Americans are diagnosed with IBS, as a large number […]Read More
In the manual therapy and rehabilitation world, there is an abundance of knowledge on injury management and best practice guidelines. Due to the availability of this information, you would typically receive similar treatments for certain injuries. Whether it is a physiotherapist, chiropractor, massage therapist, athletic therapist, etc., if you came in with shoulder pain and […]Read More
What’s your first visit to a chiropractor like?
Prior to coming in to see one of the chiropractors at Town Health Solutions, one of the questions we receive is ‘what is a first visit to a chiropractor like?’. We are happy to tell you! Based on where you are, you’ll be greeted by one of our friendly front desk staff, either Faith in […]Read More
Movement Is Medicine
It’s no secret that exercise is good for your health, but you may be surprised to learn just how far-reaching these benefits can be. We are all familiar with the classic gym stereotypes of toned muscles and trim waistlines, but there’s certainly more to it than just weight loss and physical appearance when it comes […]Read More
It doesn’t have to be about getting old.
By Nathan Edwards, M.Sc.PT My parents raised me to respect my elders and to appreciate and embrace their wealth of knowledge and experience. So, when I have senior citizens come into my office and define their injuries, their soreness, and their inactivity as “just part of getting old” I always revert back to my parent’s […]Read More