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The Powerful Anti-Aging
Effects of Movement


You've probably heard the expression, "sitting is the new smoking." It's been found that leading a sedentary life that consists of too much sitting has numerous consequences. Whether you spend most time in the car, on the couch or at your desk at work, this can contribute to poor health and serious health conditions.


The Facts

A sedentary life overtime can have critical effects on your overall health including low energy, fatigue, difficulty moving, and even difficulty healing.

We provide all our patients with comprehensive physical, neurological, and orthopedic examinations. At Fraum, we look at the function of the whole body and brain as it relates to:

  • Endocrine function
  • Immune function
  • Nervous system function
  • Structure and physiology

It all starts with the first step. Dr. Brad Fraum and Dr. Heather Hinshelwood can provide a care plan for you to start your journey to being active and getting your body back in motion.


Other Benefits of Staying Active

When you keep moving, your mental health benefits as well. As you age, staying active will give you the ability to keep a positive mood and overall attitude. Another significant benefit is the potential to prevent chronic illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer through daily physical activity.


Helping to Add More Life to Your Years and Vice Versa

By staying active, you can maintain a healthy weight and keep your body in motion. A sedentary lifestyle can potentially lead to struggles with being overweight or obese. These can lead to several other dangerous conditions that will hinder your body’s ability to stay in motion. For example, you’ll likely have to suffer through knee and joint pain, painful exercise, and poor immune health. Moving less as you become older may in fact shorten your life expectancy.

At Fraum, we’re not here to scare you with the facts. We encourage you to make time for daily physical activity, even starting with small steps. It's our desire that you live as long and healthy as possible. Contact us to schedule a consultation.

The Powerful
Anti-Aging Effects
of Movement

You've probably heard the expression, "sitting is the new smoking." It's been found that leading a sedentary life that consists of too much sitting has numerous consequences. Whether you spend most time in the car, on the couch or at your desk at work, this can contribute to poor health and serious health conditions.


The Facts

A sedentary life overtime can have critical effects on your overall health including low energy, fatigue, difficulty moving, and even difficulty healing.

We provide all our patients with comprehensive physical, neurological, and orthopedic examinations. At Fraum, we look at the function of the whole body and brain as it relates to:

  • Endocrine function
  • Immune function
  • Nervous system function
  • Structure and physiology

It all starts with the first step. Dr. Brad Fraum and Dr. Heather Hinshelwood can provide a care plan for you to start your journey to being active and getting your body back in motion.


Other Benefits of Staying Active

When you keep moving, your mental health benefits as well. As you age, staying active will give you the ability to keep a positive mood and overall attitude. Another significant benefit is the potential to prevent chronic illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, and even cancer through daily physical activity.


Helping to Add More Life to Your Years and Vice Versa

By staying active, you can maintain a healthy weight and keep your body in motion. A sedentary lifestyle can potentially lead to struggles with being overweight or obese. These can lead to several other dangerous conditions that will hinder your body’s ability to stay in motion. For example, you’ll likely have to suffer through knee and joint pain, painful exercise, and poor immune health. Moving less as you become older may in fact shorten your life expectancy.

At Fraum, we’re not here to scare you with the facts. We encourage you to make time for daily physical activity, even starting with small steps. It's our desire that you live as long and healthy as possible. Contact us to schedule a consultation.


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