According to the CDC, an estimated 20% of the U.S population struggles with chronic back pain. 8 out 10 people will experience back pain at some point in their life, and 3 out of 10 people are suffering from back pain right now! And, as the concern for back pain grows, we must look at our daily habits to determine what we can do to prevent this pain from interfering with our daily lives.
This new season, many of us are striving for work-life balance. In this upcoming new year, we encourage you to consider making spinal balance one of your priorities. The benefits of achieving spinal balance can mean a world of difference when it comes to pain, movement, and preventing tissue deterioration.
Currently, millions of Americans suffer from chronic back pain and neck pain. Three out of ten Americans are suffering from low back pain at this very moment; eight out of ten Americans will experience low back pain in their lifetime! And whether this pain results from a severe injury or a mild lingering condition, this pain can be usually be traced to the spinal cord, the bony spinal column, and the nervous system.