Satterwhite Chiropractic invites Oxford back pain sufferers
and neck pain sufferers to walk. Walking is simple and effective in the management of pain. Walks don’t have be marathons! A walk in the park or around the block does wonders!
BACK PAIN’S DAILY IMPACT
$200 billion dollars a year go to
back pain management. Back pain is a leading and common
reason of medical care visits to primary care and emergency settings.
Back pain is a top reason for worker compensation,
missed work hours, and lost productivity. 90% of back pain is
mechanical. 12 to 33% of people are stated to have had
back pain at any point in time, making back pain a main emphasis
of medical care and of sufferers’ attention and inattention to the daily
events of life. (1) Back pain is expensive and quality
of life altering for many.
SPINAL STENOSIS AND WALKING
Walking is a such a day-to-day requirement. One
recent study described that back and neck pain were
positively and significantly associated with workplace absenteeism mostly triggered
by difficulty standing, sitting, and walking. (2) Walking is a vital
daily function! Back pain sufferers headed to surgery will do well to boost
their walking capacity before surgery. The greater the walking capacity
before surgery. The greater the walking capacity after
surgery. Lumbar spinal stenosis as an underlying issue for back
pain reduces walking and quality of life for its sufferers.
Lumbar spinal stenosis is the main signal for spinal
surgery in older adults, 40% of whom, even after back surgery, still
described walking disability. (3) Satterwhite Chiropractic encourages
walking for everyone!
WALK IN A PARK!
Exercise like walking is a simple, straight-forward
way to allay Oxford back pain. Walking in a park may be enticing.
Well-designed parks are described to enhance
public health. An interview study of peoples’ opinions about what creates
an inviting park described that trees, gardens,
open spaces, and water features were highly valued.
Walking/bike trails, basketball hoops, sports/climbing walls were stated as physical activity encouraging. Seating, tables, and picnic
areas were reported necessary for social
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Dr. Michael Johnson as he describes how he helped a patient after back
surgery regain some quality of life with The Cox® Technic System of Spinal
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with Satterwhite Chiropractic today. Ready for a walk?! Hope so!
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