Tag Archives: British Chiropractic Association

Parenting Can be a Pain – Literally!

New research commissioned by the British Chiropractic Association suggests that back and neck pain prevents a significant percentage of parents from picking up or carrying their children while other report problems carrying car seats and difficulty playing with their children because of pain. In order to maintain a healthy back while parenting young children, the […]

Children More Prone to Back Pain

There was a time when lower back pain was an adult condition associated with too much sitting at a desk and too little exercise. But as digital technology becomes ever more ubiquitous, an increasing number of children are adopting more sedentary lifestyles with intermittent or non-existent exercise or physical activity. The result—children are now experiencing […]

Back Pain Increasing in Teens and Young Adults

A United Kingdom charity named BackCare says immobility is the darker side of modern life and the lack of regular physical exercise is creating a cultural epidemic of inactivity. As a result the number of individuals in their 20s and 30s who experience temporary or chronic back pain is rising. The British Chiropractic Association (BCA) […]