World Spine Day - October 16
Mon Oct 16th

World Spine Day

On October 16th, World Spine Day celebrates spine health. The day also aims to raise funds for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of back pain and other spine disorders.

Back pain affects one billion people around the world. These people come from all age groups, from children to seniors. At one point in their lives, one in every four adults will suffer from back pain at some point in their life. In addition, back pain is the single leading cause of disability.

Back pain treatment is available in several developed countries. These include over-the-counter pain relievers, chiropractic care, and physical therapy. However, medical care in developing countries is not always available. Oftentimes, the only alternative for people with back pain is to seek the assistance of traditional healers. Some people are fortunate enough to go to a hospital where they can get anti-inflammatory drugs.

Identifying the source is the most effective way to handle back pain. Car accidents or a work-related injury are two common causes of back pain. Spine disorders are another common cause of back pain. Among the items on the list are:

  • Osteoarthritis (arthritis of the spine) is a condition that occurs in the spine
  • Bulging or ruptured discs are often found in bulking or ruptured discs
  • Scoliosis
  • Osteoporosis of the spine Osteoporosis of the spine
  • Spinal stenosis
  • Tumors of the spine

Taking good care of the spine can help avoid certain spine disorders. Back pain can also be avoided. Often use proper lifting techniques to protect the back and spine. Exercise good posture and ergonomics. Back strengthening exercises and leading a healthy lifestyle also helps.

How to celebrate #worldspineday

World Spine Day is celebrated by nations from around the world. Uganda, South Africa, Finland, Italy, Finland, Italy, the United Kingdom, Finland, Italy, Uganda, Finland, Italy, the United States, Canada, Slovenia, and Turkey are only a few of them are Uganda, South Africa, South Africa, Finland, Finland, Italy, Uganda, Finland, Italy, Uganda, Finland, Italy, the United Kingdom, Finland, Italy, Turkey, and Turkey. Just a few of them are Uganda, South Africa, South Africa, Finland, Finland, Finland, Finland, Spine specialists travel to local schools to teach children about the benefits of spine care. Many chiropractors and spices experts provide screenings.

Is your back pain normal? How much do you know about spine health? How much do you know about spine health? The observance of the observance of your spine health is the perfect time to concentrate on your spine health. Schedule a screening. Educate yourself on spine care. With #WorldSpineDay, spread the word about the importance of spine health on social media.

History of the world spine day has long been documented by history

In Cornwall, England, the Bone and Joint Decade (BJD) was launched in the year 2000. National Action Networks in over 60 countries make up the global body. Their aim was to raise the quality of life of those with musculoskeletal disorders. The BJD rebranded as Bone and Joint Decade in 2010 – The Global Alliance for Musculoskeletal Health – The BJD rebranded as Bone and Joint Decade. The tagline for this year was "keep people moving." The organization celebrated the first official World Spine Day in October of 2012, two years later, in October of 2012.

Every year from October 12-20, BJD Action Week is held in conjunction with BJD Spine Day, which takes place every year. World Spine Day is now organized by the World Federation of Chiropractic. The day is supported by over 500 companies around the world.