Most causes for back pain are non-organic, which means that this pain effecting a large majority of adults is not caused by inflammation, disease, fracture, or infection. People who are not physically fit and who do not lead an active lifestyle are the most at-risk for debilitating spine pain because a weak structure in your back and a lack of muscles to support the spine will lead to injury and pain. A sedentary lifestyle, an inactive job, or logging long hours at your desk may also contribute to pain, especially if you have poor posture or sit in a chair with inadequate back support.
The conditions that cause chronic back and neck pain are complex. The Aspen Back Institute at The Aspen Club is built to address these issues in a multi-faceted way. Most patients have already tried traditional methods—such as physical therapy, chiropractic, and surgery—to no avail, and come to Aspen as a last resort.
Degenerative conditions are a common cause for patients coming to our clinic. Degenerative back pain is caused by things like:
- 100,000+ cycles of bad movement
- Decades of bad posture
To learn more about The Aspen Club Back Institute, watch the video below featuring Dr. Jeremy Jones of The Back Institute on Colorado & Company...