Eight out of ten people experience back pain
Back pain may be chronic or acute.
Almost every British adult suffers from back pain at some point in his or her life. The bad news is that unless you have a major injury whereby you are unable to walk or your water works is affected, your doctor may not be able to do much for you other than prescribe some pain medication and advise you to rest. Over 75% of patients that attend out clinic ( at Manual Treatment and Physical Medicine) suffer from various stages of debilitating back pain. The good news is that by following some simple steps, in the short term. you can be back taking control of your daily activities. The top five tips that are key to your success: [adToAppearHere]
1) Take micro breaks: avoid sitting in one position longer than 20 minutes. Instead, stand for 1-2 minute each time; continue this throughout the day.
2) Avoid bending your knees whilst sitting. Whilst in the sitting position, straighten your legs.
3) Limit sugars as much as possible. Limit grains such as rice, oats, wheat
4) Eat fresh foods devoid of preservatives, additives and colouring
5) Employ more walking exercise to your daily regime