I see this happen all the time.
The prevalence of low back pain (LBP) is REALLY high!
In fact, it’s the second most common cause of disability among adults in the United States (US) and a very common reason for lost days at work.
The total cost of back pain in the US, including treatment and lost productivity, ranges between $100 billion to $200 billion a year!
So, is low back pain on the rise, staying the same, or lessening?
Let’s take a look...
In the past two decades, the use of health care services for chronic LBP (that means LBP > 3 months) has substantially increased. When reviewing studies reporting insurance claims information, researchers note a significant increase in the use of spinal injections, surgery, and narcotic prescriptions.
There has also been an increase in physical therapy services, increased use of spinal manipulation by chiropractors and primary care physician driven non-narcotic prescriptions.
In general, LBP...
Have you been struggling with back pain and stiffness?
Are you sick and tired of being told to just rest and take pain-killers?
Are you frustrated with being tossed around from provider with no explanation of what is actually going on?
If you answered yes to any of these questions you are NOT alone.
Continue reading below if you'd like to learn the statistics of those who are searching for help and given NO answers...
Or you can just watch the video I created for you below.
[This Short Video I Made Just For You Explains How You Can Begin To Say Goodbye to Your Back Pain Today]
Unfortunately, for most people struggling with back pain this is a common occurrence.
Did you know that only 7% of people who are suffering with lower back pain actually get referred out to physical therapy?
That means that out of 100 people, only 7 of them are getting the answers and the help they are looking for...
The rest are sent home frustrated, scared and uncertain of...