Why Do We Suffer From Low Back Pain?

Why Do We Suffer From Low Back Pain?

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#1 Dec 19, 2012
We used to think back pain was one of those things that happens as you age. However, research shows that back pain really has nothing to do with age. Barring injury or disease, lack of exercise, overweight and sitting for long hours at your workplace are just some of the factors that can contribute to lower back pain. Read on for more information:

http://www.backandneck.ca/why-do-we-suffer-fr...

Since: Jan 13

Miami, FL

#2 Jan 31, 2013
BackandNeck wrote:
We used to think back pain was one of those things that happens as you age. However, research shows that back pain really has nothing to do with age. Barring injury or disease, lack of exercise, overweight and sitting for long hours at your workplace are just some of the factors that can contribute to lower back pain. Read on for more information:
http://www.backandneck.ca/why-do-we-suffer-fr...
I agree with you sir, Thanks for this valuable & important information.

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