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Monday Morning Health Tip – Father’s Day

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Focus on Prevention This Father’s Day

Father’s Day is a time to honour and celebrate fathers.  It’s also a day for dads to consider what it means to be a father and how that responsibility can be used to keep families happy and healthy.  If you’re a father, big brother, uncle or other male caregiver, Dr. Smith urges you to take this opportunity to examine your position as a wellness role model.

What “health-care attitude” are you teaching your children?  One of the most valuable lessons a father can impart to his children is to focus on prevention when it comes to staying healthy.

This may sound like common sense, but it means battling the traditional “sick-care” model of health popular in today’s society — a system that focuses on the symptoms of disease rather than the underlying causes.

Emphasizing prevention means taking advantage of chiropractic care to keep your entire family at peak performance, not just to quell pain when injury occurs.  Encouraging your children to keep regular chiropractic checkups is key to ensuring that they achieve optimal health.

Schedule an appointment for a family checkup today.  After all, what’s a more precious Father’s Day gift than a healthy family? Dr. Barbara Smith
Chiropractor and Health Educator

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