Dr. Newhalfen Participates in National Public Awareness Campaign
Schererville, Indiana — Dr. Newhalfen of Motus Integrative Health in Schererville is joining the Indiana State Chiropractic Association (ISCA), and chiropractors nationwide during National Chiropractic Health Month in October to encourage people to take simple steps to improve the health of their bones, muscles, and joints—the musculoskeletal (MSK) system—as part of this year’s “Strength. Stability. Success.” campaign.
More than one in two adults report experiencing an MSK condition such as back pain, neck pain, joint pain, arthritis, and osteoporosis. They are the most commonly reported medical conditions among those under age 65 and the second most common condition for people aged 65 and older. Low back pain alone is the leading cause of disability worldwide.
“Nurturing musculoskeletal health over a lifetime begins with good nutrition, adequate hydration and healthy habits such as regular rest and physical activity,” notes Dr. Newhalfen. “Prevention is also key; we can reduce the risk of injury by improving our posture and movement techniques as well the ergonomics of our work and home environments.”
This October set yourself up for future stability and success by taking a few simple steps to improve the strength of your MSK health:
National Chiropractic Health Month, an initiative of the American Chiropractic Association (ISCA), is an annual campaign that raises awareness of the benefits of chiropractic care and its natural, whole-person, patient-centered and drug-free approach to health and wellness.
The ISCA is the largest statewide organization representing Indiana’s chiropractic physicians.
The ISCA provides programs and assistance to advance the educational, ethical, licensing, legislative, and social interests of its members.
The ISCA disseminates the specialized knowledge and contributions of chiropractic treatment to the public and other health care providers.
For more information about Chiropractic Health Week or how you can benefit from chiropractic, go to www.indianastatechiros.org or contact the Indiana State Chiropractic Association (ISCA) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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