59% of people over the age of 18 report pain in a given 3 months. Of that 59%, 39% was attributed to back pain. That is an overwhelming statistic!

Studies have found the incidence of low back pain is highest around 30-40 years old, and overall prevalence increases with age until the 60-65 year age group.

Yes, more people than not will experience back pain within a given year. This does not mean that you are doomed! You do not have to live with it. It is not a factor of “just getting older.” There are many proven ways to improve that pain and to decrease the risk of it recurring. Whether you have vertebral disc compression, spinal stenosis, arthritis, previous surgeries, alignment issues or strains/spasm or something else- we are here to help!

Many times, people know that they need to do something, but do not know where to start. That is where Mission PT thrives. We are here to guide you and educate you on what will help your condition and what to avoid that may aggravate your injury. We understand constraints on time, availability of equipment, and pain levels. This is where we work with you on finding what program will best fit you personally and don’t just give you a standard sheet of exercises.

Back Pain