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Anyone who has suffered with back pain will know how much it can affect life, not only causing pain and distress, but interfering with work and personal life too.

It is estimated that a staggering 75% of adults will experience back pain at some time in their life, high-lighting the need to gain an insight into the causes of back pain, how it can be treated and most importantly, how to avoid a back injury occurring.

Backpainexpert.co.uk offers readers a wealth of information about the subject, outlining the numerous back conditions, describing their symptoms, methods of diagnosis and management of back pain using both conventional and alternative techniques.By gaining more knowledge about the spine, how it works and which parts are most prone to injury, we are more able to protect ourselves from damage and take measures to keep our spine and spinal tissues healthy.

The site not only provides information on the more common types of back disorder or injury, but also includes sections on the less well-known issues that affect the back, thus raising spinal awareness even further. It does not intend to achieve an official medical diagnosis as only your doctor can do this, but it is a very useful point of reference for both the general public and many of the healthcare sectors too.

We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to BackPainExpert then we really appreciate your help.

For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page:

It will appear on your page looking something like:

BackPainExpert.co.uk - advice on back pain remedies, treatments and pain relief

Or alternatively:

Which will appear looking like:

BackPainExpert.co.uk:

Anyone who has suffered with back pain will know how much it can affect life, not only causing pain and distress, but interfering with work and personal life too.

It is estimated that a staggering 75% of adults will experience back pain at some time in their life, high-lighting the need to gain an insight into the causes of back pain, how it can be treated and most importantly, how to avoid a back injury occurring.

Backpainexpert.co.uk offers readers a wealth of information about the subject, outlining the numerous back conditions, describing their symptoms, methods of diagnosis and management of back pain using both conventional and alternative techniques.By gaining more knowledge about the spine, how it works and which parts are most prone to injury, we are more able to protect ourselves from damage and take measures to keep our spine and spinal tissues healthy.

The site not only provides information on the more common types of back disorder or injury, but also includes sections on the less well-known issues that affect the back, thus raising spinal awareness even further. It does not intend to achieve an official medical diagnosis as only your doctor can do this, but it is a very useful point of reference for both the general public and many of the healthcare sectors too.

If you have any questions please let us know.

Thanks

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