FACT: 20% of the population don't get back pain.
Wouldn't it be nice if you were one of them?! Satterwhite Chiropractic would like this for you, too. However we are the Oxford back pain specialist practice to help relieve the 80%. Satterwhite Chiropractic does help relieve back pain for our back pain patients!
Back to the 20%...who talks about them? Researchers usually focus on the 80% who do get back pain, but a group of researchers in Switzerland decided to study the 20% who don’t. What prevents them from suffering with back pain? What qualities keep them back pain free?
The participants in the study were low back pain resilient workers between the ages of 50 and 65 years. They, along with back pain sufferers of the same age, filled out questionnaires. It was found that the 20% have (1):
- better health,
- more positive health behaviors, and
- better ability to do routine activities.
Sounds simple, eh?!
Well, Satterwhite Chiropractic sees many of the 80% of Oxford back pain patients in our Oxford chiropractic practice. We have a formula to follow, a treatment plan, to get you through the back pain episode and be more like the 20% who don’t have back pain. We can help you find confidence in doing what you want to do in ways that won’t aggravate your back and support your back instead, so it won’t give out on you. We’ll encourage you to think healthy by exercising (just a little to start!) and paying more attention to your diet and nutrition and making it to your Oxford chiropractic appointments as necessary. We hope that you enjoy your work and can find reward in that to complete the picture.
So, be like the 20% who don’t have back pain.
- Think healthy.
- Be healthy.
- Enjoy the work you do.
But if - or when - back pain plagues you, contact Satterwhite Chiropractic for relief. Don’t feel badly that you are one of the 80%. You’re in good company!
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