Say goodbye to lower back pain with antibiotics
Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons for a visit to the doctor on a global scale and it is estimated that 4 out of 5 people will get it at least once in their lifetime. Several reasons cause it and the most common among them are a desk job, lack of exercise, and obesity. However, the neurosurgeon Georgios Dimogerontas, revealed one more! A microbe that, if treated pharmaceutically, can save many patients from lower back pain and unnecessary and painful surgical operations!
How frequent is lower back pain?
Lower back pain is very common and is the fifth most common reason for a visit to the doctor in the USA. It accounts for about 15% of sick leave and is the leading cause of disability in people younger than 45. Half of the population have experienced a case of lower back pain before they turn 20 years old. Modern way of life is correlated with the increase of lower back pain cases because it involves activities causing it, such as a desk job and driving.
It seems that this symptom is most prevalent in people between 30 and 60 years old, in people working in manual labor, and people working as drivers and pilots, as well as in machine operators who are exposed to frequent whole-body vibrations.
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