USA Blog 2011 — Minor update: Minor, but fun — a great quote about models of slipped discs, and a good new image to help it along. [Section: Those scary spine models.]
Sharp pains following a sudden injury, impact, trauma, collision or fall (such as from a sports injury, strain from lifting, car accident or too much twisting or bending).
That’s why not everyone in there 80’s is old and stiff. It’s mainly a matter what you do about it yourself. When you get older it doesn’t come easy anymore and you have to actually work for it to stay healthy and mobile.
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You don’t need to take my word for anything — you can just take the word of the many low back pain medical experts that I quote,11 and the hard evidence that their opinions are based on. At the same time, I am realistic about the limits of the science, much of which is pretty junky.12 My own credentials are somewhat beside the point. My decade of professional experience as a Registered Massage Therapist does help me understand and write about low back pain, but what really matters is that I refer to and explain recent scientific evidence, but without blindly trusting it.
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Approximately 9 to 12% of people (632 million) have LBP at any given point in time, and nearly 25% report having it at some point over any one-month period. About 40% of people have LBP at some point in their lives, with estimates as high as 80% among people in the developed world. Difficulty most often begins between 20 and 40 years of age. Men and women are equally affected. Low back pain is more common among people aged 40–80 years, with the overall number of individuals affected expected to increase as the population ages.
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