Saudi Arabia has been ruled by King Abdulaziz bin Abdelrahman Al-Saud, the founder (1932-1963), followed by his sons: King Saud (1953-64), King Faisal (1964-75), King Khalid (1975-82), King Fahd (1982-2005), King Abdullah (2005-2015) and the current ruler, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz.

Saudi Arabia exists in southwest Asia, at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa; extending from the Red Sea in the west to the Arabian Gulf in the east; bordered on the north by Jordan, Iraq and Kuwait, on the south, by Yemen and Oman, and on the east by the United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Bahrain.

What is little known, however, is that many Saudi citizens suffer from #backpain and #neckpain.Citizens of Saudi Arabia are not aware that studies say that 1/138 to 1/276 Saudi Arabia’s &753 Billion US dollars GDP is spent on spine related problems, costing $2.7 – $5.4 billion US dollars.Furthermore, the spine affects the physical, emotional and financial well-being of each of Saudi Arabia’s 31.5 million citizens.

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The thirteen provinces of Riyadh, Makkah, Madinah, Qasim, Eastern, Asir, Tabuk, Hail, Northern Border, Jizan, Najran, Baha, and Jouf spend 3 – 5 billion dollars per year by Hansraj estimates.

A recent study by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and published in Lancet shows that in 1990 and in 2013, the world’s #1 source and burden of disability is low back pain, and the world’s #4 source and burden of disability is neck pain.