GREENVILLE — Johnston Chiropractic Clinic invites the public to a Lunch and Learn for “How to Stay Young…The First 100 Years.”
It will be held at 1 p.m. May 25 at Brookdale-Greenville, 1401 N. Broadway. Snacks will be provided.
Speaker will be Mary Baker or Cheryl Ganger, practice representatives at Johnston Chiropractic, 109 Rhoades Ave., Greenville.
There will be free MyoVision Spinal screenings provided after the class.
“MyoVision-Static Surface EMG (SEMG) measures the muscle activity in the spine by measuring the electrical activity generated when a muscle contracts,” said Dr. Kristene Clark, who is making the event possible. ” It functions in the same manner as an EKG for the heart. When the spine is injured or subluxated [there is nerve interference present], your muscles will tense up and brace around that area to protect itself so it can heal. This spinal screening test is painless, only takes a few minutes and is safe for everyone. You will receive a computer printout of your spinal screening results to take with you.”
“Join us at Brookdale-Greenville for this very informative and free event with complimentary refreshments to learn how to stay younger longer and a free screening at the end of our session,” said a spokesperson from Brookdale. “Did you know that Americans are living longer than ever and that by 2050 it is estimated that more than 800,000 of us will live to be over 1o0? If we lose our mobility at age 65, that is over 35 years of immobility and pain.”
Those planning to attend are ask to RSVP to 937-548-6800.