The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that the percentage of children—in the age range of 5–11 years—who are in good health stands at 85.3 percent. While this may seem like good news, the glaring implication is that almost 15 percent of the child population isn’t in good health.
According to The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, around 80% of adults experience some kind of lower back pain at some point during their lives. Studies also say that back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work, accounting for 264 million lost workdays a year.
The number of American adults experiencing lower back pain is on the rise! Let’s take a look at the statistics:
Knee replacement surgery is a total knee replacement and is also called arthroplasty. It is helpful in restoring knee joints which have been severely damaged. The surgery resurfaces parts of the knee joint that have been damaged and cause pain.
Orthopedic issues affects 45% of today’s labor class. Here are some common causes:
The number of hip replacement surgeries performed on patients aged 45 and over has increased over the last ten years. In 2010, more than three hundred thousand middle-aged people required hip replacements. More than one million people go through this routine surgery every year all around the world because it provides pain relief when other treatments fail.