Tips For Preventing Lower Back Pain

preventing lower back painPreventing lower back pain begins with learning what can cause it. If at one point or another in your life, you have found yourself suffering from lower back pain, you are not alone. According to the American Chiropractic Association, up to 80% of the population will experience lower back pain in their life.

Back pain is more than just a pain in the back. It causes lost productivity in the workforce, is a leading cause of disability, and costs Americans a lot in health care bills each year (over $50 billion). In fact, it is the third most common reason for doctor’s visits.

Lower back pain does not target any particular group of people. It can happen at all ages and stages of life. In fact, once you have experienced it, reoccurrence is common. Considering your back is made of bones, joints, ligaments, and muscles any combination of things can cause lower back pain. From the simplest movements, to the most complex diseases, lower back pain can strike at any time for a number of reasons.

Chiropractic care is an effective method toward alleviating and preventing lower back pain. It is safe, noninvasive and a non-drug treatment option. A conservative approach to lower back pain is recommended by many national agencies and well-respected journals due to the opioid epidemic.

While chiropractic care can help in preventing lower back pain, it can also work to treat it. In order to avoid it from even starting in the first place, here are some tips to follow.

Tips For Preventing Lower Back Pain

  • Pay attention to posture
  • Lift properly
  • Use ergonomic equipment at work
  • Stretch and warm up before exercising
  • Stay physically active
  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Don’t sit for too long, get up and move
  • Don’t wear high heels

The team at Fusion Rehab includes chiropractors and physical therapists. If you would like to experience the benefits of routine chiropractic adjustments yourself and work towards preventing lower back pain, the team at Fusion Rehab can help. Our unique approach to your health involves a combination of physical therapy and chiropractic care as appropriate.

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