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    Is back pain hereditary?

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    Special interest include; Wellnes,nutrition, physical exercise, headaches and sports injuries. My aim is to improve the wellness and health of all my clients. View Profile

    Generally no. Though lifestyle and attitudes towards exercise generally are. Our values are generally learnt from our parents, so our attitude towards exercise and whether exercise is apart of our everyday routine we often get from our parents. Another thing to consider is also cultural attitudes towards sickness and injury. Being sick or injured has different meanings and expectations in different families and cultures. E.g. Suck it up vs a nurturing environment. This plays some meaning as it influences psychosomatic responses.



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    Special interest include; Wellnes,nutrition, physical exercise, headaches and sports injuries. My aim is to improve the wellness and health of all my clients. View Profile

    Generally no. Though lifestyle and attitudes towards exercise generally are. Our values are generally learnt from our parents, so our attitude towards exercise and whether exercise is apart of our everyday routine we often get from our parents. Another thing to consider is also cultural attitudes towards sickness and injury. Being sick or injured has different meanings and expectations in different families and cultures. E.g. Suck it up vs a nurturing environment. This plays some meaning as it influences psychosomatic responses.



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