Unlike other debilitating conditions, we did not know:
CLBP AFFECTS MORE PEOPLE THAN ARTHRITIS, DIABETES, OR HEART DISEASE, YET MILLIONS ARE IN THE DARK AND WISH FOR BETTER TREATMENT OPTIONS
76% SAY CLBP HAS INTERFERED WITH THEIR ABILITY
TO COMPLETE EVERYDAY TASKS
On average, CLBP sufferers have:
The Harris Poll Landmark Survey also included the development of the first-ever Mobility Index.
As we age, it can be difficult to assess whether mobility challenges are a normal part of aging or a condition that may be treatable, such as CLBP.
The Mobility Index was designed to demonstrate how people could be moving through the decades of their lives if chronic low back or leg pain was not a limiting factor.
Online survey conducted May 12 to May 20, 2022 by The Harris Poll on behalf of Vertos Medical
5020 adults surveyed ages 18+, including 1521 adults who currently experience CLBP or sciatic pain
Data represents national U.S. population based on weighting by age, gender, race/ethnicity, religion, education, household income, household size, and marital status
Sample data accurate to within +/-1.7 percentage points using a 95% confidence level for the total sample of U.S. adults, and +/-3.0 percentage points using a 95% confidence level for CLBP sufferers
DEVELOPED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
LEADING SPINE HEALTH SPECIALISTS