Eighty percent of us will suffer from it at some point in our lives, and fifty percent of us will suffer from back pain this year alone. Low-back pain is the most common work complaint experienced by Americans today. Many Americans today are health and body conscious. We want to look and feel our best by taking care of our bodies – exercising, getting regular dental and eye exams and by getting enough sleep. In doing so, we ignore the focal point of where much of the pain associated with our daily activities originates – our spine.
The key to correct posture is prevention; listen to your body’s warning signals and adjust your lifestyle. If you do experience pain for more than one or two days despite using these preventive measures, call our office. We are trained to identify the cause of the problem and adjust or manipulate the spine to encourage the body’s natural healing process. More than 30 million Americans sought chiropractic care last year for spinal injuries and pain.
If you have any questions regarding yours or your family's posture feel free to contact Dr. Andresen at (847) 888-3383 or visit at www.NeckAndBackSpecialists.com.