back and neck pain

The number of people in Britain suffering from back and neck pain has gone up by 12% over the last year.

lack of vitamin d

As a national survey shows that one in five of us are not getting enough vitamin D, could a deficiency in this important vitamin be to blame for lower back pain?

strong core back pain

Runners who have weak deep core muscles are at a higher risk of developing lower back pain, according to a US study.

standing desks

New study claims standing desks could actually increase lower back and limb pain, and reduce mental ability.

back pain employee1

Survey finds retail workers and labourers are the most likely to suffer pain at work, with back pain being the most common problem.

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