Fort Wayne Chiropractic, Osteoporosis, and Calcium11/12/2013A tremendous combo! Fort Wayne chiropractic + Osteoporosis + Calcium. Let’s kick it off with osteoporosis. What a disease! It causes dis-ease for its sufferers. It exposes the sufferers to fractures. It causes brittle bones. It affects so many women (and men!) here in Fort Wayne and everywhere. On the down side, by the time osteoporosis symptoms appear, it’s later in the disease process. You needed to take your calcium and vitamin D when you were younger. But take heart! Fort Wayne chiropractic care can help manage its symptoms with a mix of nutrition, exercise and treatment. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc is ready to be your osteoporosis manager! To begin with, Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc has the gentlest chiropractic treatment to attentively treat the spine and keep it mobile, flexible and as pain-free as possible. Our Cox Technic spinal manipulation relaxes and relieves! But that's not the end of it. Making sure that you take care of yourself is vital. We’ll talk with you about protective actions you can take to shield your bones from damage like exercise to keep you well balanced (to avoid any falls and!) and strong and nutrition to keep your bones strong. The latest in nutrition for osteoporosis is an article on calcium. A study of over 9000 people over the age of 20 years reports on osteoporosis incidence. The researchers found that the risk for osteoporosis dropped significantly as the calcium intake increased, the calcium/phosphorous ratio increased, and the vitamin D level increased. (1) So what is the main thing? Up your calcium, milk and dairy intake – Supplements are great, too. – and vitamin D. A supplement with both may help the cause greatly! So contact Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc and bring your osteoporosis to the clinic. A treatment and management plan just for you will help you rest easy and keep your dis-ease at bay.« View All Nutrition Articles"This information and website content is not intended to diagnose, guarantee results, or recommend specific treatment or activity. It is designed to educate and inform only. Please consult your physician for a thorough examination leading to a diagnosis and well-planned treatment strategy. See more details on the DISCLAIMER page. Content is reviewed by Dr. James M. Cox I."