Back Pain: What Should You Know?


Low back pain is the biggest cause of disability in the world. Experts say roughly four out of five people will have a back problem in their lifetime. Learn more in our infographic below!


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  • Roger Davis


    Upto 80 percent of the population experiences low back pain at some
    point. And for most, there won’t be an identifiable cause.

  • pratima

    Great info graphs. It is true that every person experience back pain once in his lifetime. Chiropractic care is good for back pain.

    • Evangeline Maah

      I agree with you, pratima! Just make sure to choose a reliable chiropractor.

  • Martin

    Very informative blog about back pain. If you want to relief from back pain then, visit Rygginstitutet( for treatment.

  • Josh Ludin

    good stuff – I’m going to use this on my blog, if that’s OK!

    something I just wanted to throw out there that I use for my back pain is (1) yoga and (2) the Trueback product for a couple minutes a day- its awesome –

  • Mike Wade

    One of your points under Tips To Prevent Back Pain is maintain proper posture. This is true even for when a person is sitting down. To help with sitting posture, seat supporters make a huge difference and ease the strain on your back.

  • Mark Stephan

    It is health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.

  • wondergel2

    These are all good for the back and body in general. However, I would also recommend to take into consideration the seats you are using. Especially if you are sitting for long hours. Nowadays, there are gel seats that improves back pain and prevent it. Seats like that should be used if you are suffering from chronic back pain.

  • Eileen Goldfarb Pelletier

    Maintain proper sleep posture to prevent back pain. For side sleepers, a small firm knee pillow between your knees will align hips and keep your spine in a neutral position. One that attaches to the leg, will stay in place all night.

  • CSA Medical Supply

    Awesome infographic about back pain super clean thanks for the post 🙂
    CSA Medical Supply

  • Steven Write

    As someone who often gets painful, random, spots of my back that are throbbing I love this easy to read info graphic as a guide. I think a lot of people can use this to get their knowledge growing.

  • Adam Reeves

    This is an informative info-graphic for common causes of back pain. Making simple changes to your posture, sleep, and diet can help to alleviate pain. Understanding how and when the pain started is also important.

  • Katy Jones

    This is a very effective way to show and explain back pain and its causes. Thank you for posting!