Back Pain is the Leading Cause of Disability
The lower back is the area that extends below the ribcage to the top of the buttock or pelvis. It is sometimes referred to as the lumbar region of the back. It is a complicated structure consisting of muscles, bone, joints, ligaments, and nerves and if any of these becomes out of place or injured, you can experience pain.
- 50% of all working Americans report back pain symptoms
- 4 out of 5 people will have lower back pain at some point in their lives
- Back pain can affect people of all ages
Common Causes of Back Pain
Lower back pain can occur suddenly or gradually and the pain itself can be sharp, dull, or achy. Sometimes pain can radiate down the legs and into the feet and toes and can also cause muscle spasms, posture problems or stiffness. In the case of injury or a specific problem, a doctor should be consulted. After doing so, Good Feet Arch Supports may be able to help.
- Strains and Sprains
- Disk problems, including nerve impingement
- Poor Posture
- Structural problems, like Scoliosis
Arch Supports Can Help
Good Feet Arch Supports are engineered to fit your feet with precision and designed to alleviate pain throughout the kinetic chain, including back pain. Our wide range of over 300 styles, flexibilities, and sizes allows our customers to be fit with the arch supports that meet their particular needs.Try a Free Arch Support Fitting
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