The American Chiropractic Association reports that nearly half of all Americans experience back pain every year. If you’ve ever suffered from this particularly unpleasant and persistent malady, you know how it can creep into your daily routines and wreak havoc on your plans. Sleep is harder to come by. Sitting for extended periods becomes a harrowing challenge. Work, especially when it’s physical labor, devolves into a nightmare.
Back pain is caused by a number of factors, and most of the time, those factors can add up to a few different problems all occurring simultaneously. For example, injuring your back through repeated heavy lifting at work (or at home) can cause chronic neck pain as well. Treating these types of problems depends largely on pinpointing what, exactly, they are, and the best way to