With the proper information from resources like our advice series, we hope people will know what to do should they develop an injury, and take appropriate action to avoid making it worse.
Leicester (PRWEB UK) 20 March 2013
Back injuries are common worldwide, and are caused by many different situations and activities. Often back injuries require a much longer period of time to recover, as they affect an important part of the body which, should it worsen, will negatively impact the future of someone’s life. When back injuries aren’t allowed the time needed to heal, a person’s spine could be permanently damaged, which may even result in a loss of ability to walk.
Oakland Stairlifts have written their advice series on back injury recovery as a way to aid sufferers. The series contains a list of points, revealing what action those with injuries should be taking to speed up recovery, as well as where to seek the proper medical advice to help their backs heal faster.
This post is the latest in a long series of advice and information features hosted on Oakland Stairlifts' blog. A Website Editor for the company commented on the new addition, “Back injuries are more common than people think. The NHS found forty per cent of all sickness and absence in their staff was caused by back pain, which leads you to realise how huge the effect of these injuries is. With the proper information from resources like our advice series, we hope people will know what to do should they develop an injury, and take appropriate action to avoid making it worse.”
The advice series can be read on Oakland Stairlifts’ blog, featuring ten useful tips which will make the difference between someone allowing their back to recover effectively, or risking further injury.
Oakland Stairlifts is a stairlift supplier based in the UK. They offer a wide range of stairlifts to customers, providing them with the services to install, maintain, and remove products. The company is passionate about making people aware of how to cope with certain conditions, hence their on-going blog series covering injuries like back pain.