Make Movement Your New Addiction (Part 2)

Dr. Kenneth Stelsoe, BSc, DC
March 20, 2019


Below I am sharing a list of reasons to consider when evaluating your personal level of physical activity. I am leaving out other considerations, such as nutrition, but everything is connected, so please remember physical activity is just one of the many aspects to consider.

Disclaimer: I don’t claim that this list will be complete nor do I pretend to be an expert in every field or having read and memorized every research paper on these topics. The intended purpose is to for you too be informed and able to make choices that will benefit your health and wellness.

PHEW!  I know that is a LOT of information and I certainly don’t expect you to remember or even care about each point above. But if just ONE of the arguments got you motivated to make movement your new addiction for 2019, then it was all worth it. You can always return to re-read the blog later, and I bet some of the other points will stand out to you. If nothing more, please know that the rehab exercises I prescribe to all my patients have many purposes, and are all designed to make you better faster and for longer.

As always, I am always open for a chat about it all and will happily explain how all of this apply to your own specific situation, so please don’t hesitate to ask at your next appointment.

Sincerely in Health,
Dr. Kenneth Stelsoe, BSc, DC
Owner / Chiropractor

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