Did you know that back pain is the leading cause of disability for people under 45? It’s a frequent cause of doctor visits and millions of Americans suffer from it. But read on, as there is a cause and a cure.
Back pain can come on suddenly and then go away. For some, back pain is constant. Either way, millions are affected leading to job loss and relationship troubles. Back pain is no fun.
Back pain often develops without being able to pinpoint a specific cause via a blood test or imaging study.
We can however clearly link conditions to back pain. Some conditions linked to back pain include:
Most people go to the MD for treatment of back pain. That’s wrong. You see, the MD can only prescribe pharmaceuticals, dangerous radiology tests, or refer out.
You need to see a DC, Doctor of Chiropractic. Although the chiropractor is uniquely skilled to be the “go to” for all things health and wellness, they certainly are the “go to” for back pain.
While you are seeing your DC, you need to clean up your diet and your lifestyle to lower inflammation in your back.
Foods such as grain and dairy lead to inflammation and, in our experience, worsen back pain. Get rid of them. Increase your intake of healthy fats, especially omega-3 from fish.
Your home and work environment could be contributing to back pain as well. Heal your environment. Think about everything you bring into your home. Is it natural or not? If not, don’t bring it in. Here’s a list of natural, non-toxic items we use in our home.
Nutritional supplements can also help alleviate back pain. In addition to our Foundation 5, check out these products to assist with back pain and inflammation.
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