Christin Parcerisa | May 30, 2018
Our spine is one of the most important parts of our body, and is too often neglected.
Contrary to what people may believe, the less you move, the more you can damage your spine. Spinal degeneration is one of the fastest-growing health conditions, affecting people of all ages — even kids. This situation is mostly linked to a sedentary lifestyle. For adults, it may be long hours in front of a computer or long distances inside a car; for kids it may be choosing video games instead of physical activities, or sitting in front of the TV for long periods of time.
According to Dr. Robert Hayden, an American Chiropractic Association media spokesperson, about 80 percent of Americans will suffer back pain at some point in their life, and many will have recurrent issues. A 2015 Gallup survey suggested that more than 33 million Americans sought chiropractic care within a year of that study, representing about 14 percent of the population.
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