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Lower Back Pain

What is lower back pain?

Various injuries, illnesses, or ailments can cause low back pain, but most frequently, a back damage to the muscles or tendons. From minor to severe, pain is possible. Pain can make it difficult or impossible to move, sleep, work, or perform other routine activities.

Lower back discomfort typically improves with rest, painkillers, and physical therapy (PT). Several therapeutic injections can help the body heal by reducing pain. Some back disorders or injuries require surgery to treat. You can also visit a chiropractor for lower back pain to help you heal. 


Anyone between the ages of 30 and 50 is at the risk of chronic or severe low back pain. 

The body changes a lot as it grows old. As you grow old, there’s a reduction in the fluid content between the vertebrae in the spine. Therefore, the spine’s discs are more susceptible to inflammation. 

Additionally, you lose some muscle tone, increasing the risk of back damage. Because of this, body mechanics that are good and strong back muscles can help to prevent low back pain, according to most chiropractors for lower back pain.

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Lower back pain symptoms may start gradually or unexpectedly. Pain might sometimes develop following a particular action, like bending to pick up something. Sometimes, the source of your discomfort may be a mystery.

Pain can radiate to your bottom or down the back of your legs, and it can be either intense, dull, or achy (sciatica). Pain frequently gets worse when you bend over and gets better when you lie down. You can hear a “pop” if you strain your back while doing something.

Other lower back pain signs and symptoms include

Stiffness: You could find it difficult to move or extend your back. You can experience a reduced range of motion. It might take some time for you to stand up from a seated posture, and you might need to stretch or go for a stroll to loosen yourself.