Check-Up: Tips for Easing Back Pain
Apr 04, 2018
According to the American College of Rheumatology, back pain strikes nearly as often as the common cold — in fact, nearly 80% of people develop back pain at some point in their life. It's also a leading cause of disability and work challenges.
Back pain can feel sharp, aching, dull, tingling, or burning. The pain comes from damaged muscles, ligaments, and nerves, or from the spine.
Matthew Kupier, DO, shares lifestyle changes you can make to help alleviate back pain as well treatment options for chronic pain.