November is National Diabetes Month!

Diabetes currently impacts 29.1 million Americans, and that number goes up every year. In fact, almost half of Americans living in the United States either have diabetes or increased blood sugar levels that puts them at risk for diabetes. This means that you too could be at risk.

Your Chiropractor in Philadelphia Can Help

Maintaining a healthy diet and getting lots of exercise is an important part of managing your diabetes. At Rittenhouse Square Chiropractic, we’re proud to have a comprehensive wellness program, which encourages development of healthy habits that can reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.

In a program that includes a complete blood workup, full body fitness assessment, daily meditation instruction and two on-site personal training sessions each week, our wellness program can help you develop healthy habits that last a lifetime.

The average comprehensive wellness program patient will lose 15 pounds, decrease his or her fasting insulin levels by 6 points, decrease their cholesterol by 26 points, and lose over 3 inches of his or her waist!

Save Money on Healthcare Costs

Healthcare costs are on the rise. If you’re one of the many people hoping to prevent diabetes and save money on medical care, now is the time to control your blood glucose levels and take charge of your health. 8 Weeks of Wellness can help you decrease your blood glucose levels, reduce your risk for type 2 diabetes and also manage your diabetes, if you’ve already been diagnosed.

Get Started Today

At Rittenhouse Square Chiropractic, we staff two chiropractors, an exercise physiologist/CrossFit certified trainer, and a nutrition and corporate wellness consultant. We provide nutritional evaluation, personal training and exercise programs and vitamin and mineral supplements to patients in need. To find out more about our comprehensive wellness program and our other in-house training programs, contact us today for an appointment at (215) 546-1010.

Make an appointment with Rittenhouse Square Chiropractic to help reduce type 2 diabetes