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Improve spine in older adults

Improve spine in older adults

Improve spine in older adultsBack pain is a fairly common experience in life and we are all prone to experiencing it at one point or another. Back pain doesn’t ‘only’ compromise the quality of life of patients, especially the oldest. And it is that according to a study carried out by researchers at the University of Sydney, adults over 60 who suffer from back pain have a 13% risk of premature death from any cause.

When you are young, it is unlikely that you will accept this condition as something “normal.” In fact, when we have back pain we do everything we can to make sure we get the best help available and find the most effective treatment to control the pain. But the same is not the case with back pain in older people. However, back pain is highly prevalent and widely accepted as something to be expected and considered “normal.” Many times adults over 60 who go to the doctor for back pain are not evaluated and treated in an optimal way.

This condition is common in adults over 60 years of age, mainly due to wear and tear on the joints of the spine, especially in the lower back or lumbar area. Although these pains can be due to diseases such as fibromyalgia, an infection, tumors in the spine or a fracture. But, the most common causes in old age are arthritis, spondylosis and lumbar stenosis.

The Cordus-Sacrus method is specialized in providing a comprehensive treatment: Cordus is used to eliminate contractures in the deep muscles of the back, along the entire spine; and Sacrus to apply them in the main biomechanical points: first cervical, sacrum and diaphragm to align and reduce inflammation.

dus and Sacrus to treat back pain-related conditions like sciatica, herniated discs, low back pain, lumbar stenosis, and more. Or use them to complement any treatment for aging back pain. Don’t accept back pain as a normal part of the aging process. Back pain can get worse and cause bowel and bladder problems, or prevent you from doing daily activities. Back pain should NOT be overlooked.