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Chronic Back Pain
Over 80 percent of adults will suffer from back pain and 40 percent of those say they suffer from chronic back pain. DBC Health is now being used by leading physicians from family practice through pain management and surgeons as a evaluation tool to separate conservative (non-surgical) candidates from surgical ones and as the exclusive rehabilitation program to restore lost function once the surgeon has repaired the mechanical problem which may have initiated the debilitation or have been the result of debilitation that had not been addressed properly. The DBC Health protocol is researched and proven to address the individual’s specific debilitation and resolve the issues that can keep chronic back pain patients from getting better or cause recurrence.
Chronic Lower back pain relief
As a physician or physical therapist you more than likely get men and women by the troves that are seeking a clinically proven method for lower back pain relief. Seeing as over 80 percent of the American population, or every 4 out of 5 people, will experience some varying degree of back pain, it is only statistically probable that many of your clients are in fact suffering from chronic back pain. Perhaps the methods of therapy or chronic lower back pain relief products that you have given these clients aren’t working but they’re still asking you about relief for Chronic lower back pain. Acetaminophen Acetaminophen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are appropriate for a temporary alleviation of pain but as you know, eventually a way to permanently expound their back pain will be required.
Chronic Back Pain Relief
The intensity or level of pain can vary between people depending on a number of factors such as: age, pain tolerance, cause of back pain, prior injuries, how one has maintained their health and many more. Moderate to severe levels of back pain is common even in teens and young adults, especially those who engage in an active lifestyle such as sports players, weight lifters and performers. These young, proactive individuals rely very much on their back to continue pursuing their dreams without inhibiting their progress. They rely on many muscle groups, but their core, as the name suggests, is essential to many functions of an athlete’s or performer’s lifestyle. The core includes: transversus abdominis, multifidus, internal and external obliques, rectus abdominis, erector spinae (sacrospinalis), the longissimus thoracis, the diaphragm, the latissimus dorsi, gluteus maximus, and trapezius. The muscles that are underlined are core muscles in your back. Now imagine you pull one of those muscles or you have torn one and have recovered from surgery but you still can’t return to your passion because you require chronic back pain relief.