Low Back Pain in Working Adults

Questionnaires completed by working-age adults not currently under care for low back pain revealed that 46.5% currently had some degree of low back pain and 72.3% presently experienced some level of low back-related disability. The findings reveal that many non-careseeking workers have low back pain and/or disability, which suggests that some level of pain and disability could be considered normal, acceptable, or manageable. Chiropractic care offers a conservative treatment approach for the management of low back pain and/or disability. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice, August 2022

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