Low back pain biggest source of global disability
Almost one in 10 people (9.4 per cent) worldwide suffer from low back pain, researchers found.
The prevalence of low back pain was highest in Western Europe, followed by North Africa and the Middle East, and lowest in the Caribbean and Latin America.
As world population growth gathers pace, and the proportion of elderly rises, the problem is set to worsen over coming decades, warn researchers, who urge governments and health services to take the issue more seriously than they have done so far.
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yOu may start with general MASASAGE and then gradually start pressing with thumb pressure yours or with some helping hand (literally) ....when you press for beyond 30 seconds you will start getting some tinge..once this is located, you can then press it for 4-5 minutes or longer.
Next i will give you some points in the feet which serve the same purpose. more