Back Pain Myths And Reality Of Back Pain. PART 1.
Updated: Feb 6
The Truth About Back Pain.
Back pain is common. At some point in their lives, 80% to 90% of the adult population will experience back pain and back pain myths are almost as common. Let's set the record straight about what you may have heard.
Unfortunately, studies show that many people with low back pain don't get treatment that aligns with best evidence-based practices.
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To find out everything you need to know about Lower back pain myths and the truth about lower back pain, watch my part 1 video,
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