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Research has proven that exercise can be a tool used to reduce joint stiffness, pain and inflammation associated with arthritis—a common ailment that plagues us as we age.

However, some seniors may find it more and more difficult to exercise as they get older.

But don’t let the thought of exercising deter you.

Even if you are not as physically fit as you used to be, you can still work at your own pace to become as physically fit as possible.

Choose an activity that you enjoy and start performing it regularly. You don’t have to view exercise as a chore or a burden.  It can be fun!

Check with your doctor before developing an exercise plan, and once you have one established, start slowly and stick with it.

Try your best to incorporate exercise into your everyday routine. Functional exercises are those that mimic everyday activities like walking up and down stairs or even household chores such as vacuuming, for example.

Exercise is actually known to decrease arthritic pain. People with arthritis are often hesitant to be active; however, moving is one of the best things you can do for arthritis—even if movements are modest. Water-based exercises, such as swimming or water aerobics, are often recommended for people with arthritis.

At Advantage Chiropractic Clinic, we will help you come up with a customized fitness plan that will best aid your needs. Give us a call at 334-821-2552 to make an appointment. #Exercise #Seniors #ChiropracticCare #ACC #Auburn

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