Practicing Good Posture Can Relieve Back Pain
Back pain is one of the most prevalent symptoms reported in the United States. A variety of factors can result in the well-known symptom and, although back pain is usually temporary and it resolves on its own, constant symptoms of pain and discomfort can tremendously affect a person’s lifestyle.
Millions of Americans are encountered with some form of pain on their back and spine at least once throughout their lives. From the wide variety of factors that could lead to these well-known symptoms of pain, however, many individuals can learn to reduce or even eliminate their back pain through a series of simple steps.
Experts at the Interventional Pain Management Center, or IPMC, a multi-site clinical practice based in New Jersey, is currently evaluating several basic methods that may help alleviate chronic back pain among the general population. Foremost, one of the first recommendations discussed by the experts included improving posture, or the position in which an individual stands and moves around. “Proper posture contributes greatly to the relief or elimination of back pain,” quoted a spokesperson for the Interventional Pain Management Center. “The spine is stronger and more stable when one practices healthy posture.”
Back pain is often a temporary symptoms experienced by many individuals, however, it can often becoming a constant issue for a number of people, based on a variety of factors. Working long hours behind a desk can frequently cause back pain. Practicing a proper posture in the work place can help relieve even improve symptoms of back pain. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.
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