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January 9, 2010 / dgiessman

Back pain is the #2 problem

Back pain is the #2 problem that brings people into the doctor’s office. Many spinal conditions cause back pain, but muscles sprains and strains can cause it.

Facts and Tips about Back Pain

  • At some point in their lives, 80% of Americans will experience back pain.
  • You can injure your back by coughing or sneezing.
  • If you have a sprained or strained back-—not a serious injury—use ice to help reduce swelling, muscle spasms, and pain for the first 24 to 48 hours after you injure your back.
  • If you have a sprained or strained back-not a serious injury-use ice first. After 48 hours, switch to heat to warm and relax sore tissues.
  • Good posture is one of the best ways to avoid straining your spine.
  • Exercising on a regular basis helps you maintain a healthy spine.
  • Each year, back pain costs Americans about $100 billion in medical bills, disability, and lost productivity.

For Back Problem Relief Visit Doctor Dale Giessman

AT Delta Spine Care

Our goal is to get rid of you neck, back, or joint pain as quickly as possible. Our job is to lessen or eliminate the degree of pain you’re in so that you can go back to doing all the things you’re used to doing every day. Like an athlete needs to be back in their sport quickly so we believe everyone deserves the same approach. If you are new to our website, please feel free to discover and learn about chiropractic wellness.

Call (925) 513-8883 for a free consultation.

http://www.deltaspinecare.com/doctors_brentwood.html

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