Every year, one-half of all working Americans admit to having back pain symptoms. In fact, according to the National Cancer for Health Statistics in 2006, one in every four Americans, approximately 76.2 million, have received pain medications one way or the other and even millions more suffer from acute pain. Anything that can make this less frightening is definitely a good thing. But can pets do that?
Traveling, whether by road, sea, or by air can be an exciting and fun experience for many people. But the prospect of a long trip, especially by air, can be very discouraging for people experiencing back problems. And yes, this is justifiable, when you look at everything you go through during a trip, when you have to stand in the security line, drag around heavy luggage, or slouching in airport chairs, it’s no surprise that people with back pains or similar type of pains avoid travelling whenever possible.