Young peoples' bones stop growing by approximately age 20, somewhat earlier in women and somewhat later in men. Long bone growth, that is, in the arm, forearm, thigh, and leg, ceases later and sma ...View Article
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Hello, my name is French and I like every day. I am a happily retired 88 years-young man, who has never had any previous back pain. About two months ago, I started experiencing some low back discomfort. I believe this was due to bending while gardening and splitting wood, which are two things I love to do. I was in so much pain that I would have to take constant breaks, and I realized that I was spending more time resting than I was working.
I went to a back specialist in the area that told me my back pain was due to my age and that there wasn't anything I could do about it. I left his office with a very expensive back brace that didn't help at all. I was disheartened with the doctor's response to my back pain, blaming it on my age. My wife, Joan, told me I should give Dr. Minorik's office a shot. She was a patient and had great results. I decided to take her advice and within the first couple visits, the pain that the previous doctor said there was no cure for, was gone.
I referred my friend Stan to the office knowing he will get the same results I did. Minorik Chiropractic Center has nothing but considerate workers, whose good attitudes make me feel sensational every time I'm at the office.