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Dr. Wim Kes
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“There is a vast difference
between treating the effects
and adjusting the cause.”
Dr. D.D. Palmer
"THE DOCTOR OF THE FUTURE WILL GIVE NO MEDICINE BUT
WILL INTEREST HIS PATIENTS IN THE CARE OF THE HUMAN FRAME,
IN DIET AND THE CAUSE AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE"
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ALL ORGANS AND STRUCTURES OF THE HUMAN BODY"
Learning the risk factors of sciatica can help you minimize your risk of developing it. A recent study sheds light onto what makes you more likely to develop sciatica.
The study evaluated 5261 participants aged 40-60. Researchers collected data on participants’ occupational class, physical and psychosocial working conditions, body mass index, smoking, leisure-time physical activity, and history of neck and back pain.
Risk factors for sciatica varied based on gender. Women were more likely to have sciatica if they worked in manual occupational class, were overweight, smoked, lived a sedentary lifestyle, and had previous neck and back pain. Among men participants, those employed in semi-professional and manual occupational classes had higher risk levels. Researchers concluded that occupational class, unhealthy lifestyle and a personal history of back and neck pain made patients more likely to develop sciatica.
Chiropractors have been successfully treating sciatica patients for years. Talk to your chiropractor about assessing your risk factors for sciatica and/or receiving effective treatment.
Kaaria S, Leino-Arjas P, Rahkonen O, Lahti J, Lahelma E, Laaksonen M. Risk factors of sciatic pain: A prospective study among middle-aged employees. European Journal of Pain. 2010 Dec 14.