YOU ARE HERE
because you suffer from back pain (it becomes chronic back pain if it lasts 3 months or longer).
You are a member of a pretty big club. According to the Mayo Clinic : “Most people in the United States will experience low back pain at least once during their lives. Back pain is one of the most common reasons people go to the doctor or miss work.”
Government surveys confirm “While no one dies from mechanical back pain, it is one of the most common reasons for work disability.
The bill for lost productivity and back-related health care totals about $100 billion a year. In one sense, we’re all paying for back pain … in our health insurance premiums and our Social Security disability costs.”
According to the Cleveland Clinic, 90% of the population experience spine symptoms at least once in their lifetime.
There are lots of members in your club…
What treatments for back pain have you tried?
Medications: You may have found that over-the-counter meds just can’t do the job for back pain relief. If you have gone to prescription drugs (opioids are the most common for back pain), then you know there’s a down side: you have to keep taking them.
WebMD has pages dedicated to the most commonly abused drugs prescribed for chronic back pain. While these opioids may offer some relief, they are expensive and they cause side effects ranging from constipation to “zombie-ism” to addiction.
Chiropractic: Visits to the chiropractor aren’t cheap, and more than likely, you’ve been pitched the long-term plan treatment for back pain which will cost you $1000 to $2000 for several months of regular intensive treatments. (My 3-month plan cost me $1,900. At the end, I was not “cured.”)
Yoga: All I can say is, I know Yoga is great, but the classes were miles away, kind of expensive and it just was not for me.
Acupuncture: Yuck. Expensive treatments, miles away, and did not help lower back pain.
Injections: Thank goodness I never had to give in to injections or surgery to treat my chronic back pain, but maybe you did. Hopefully it helped you, but it is another temporary “fix.”
Surgery: The last resort. It helps some people, but others suffer worse back pain after going under the knife.
THERE’S A BETTER WAY
If you are on this page, it is likely that none of the remedies you’ve tried has provided long-lasting relief for chronic back pain.
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