Some people experience repeated episodes that can be painful but rarely dangerous. It is not always possible to identify the cause of back pain – but most people feel worse when they move, are stressed, or do not have a good posture.
There may be something more serious or underlying that requires medical advice in very rare cases.
Low back pain mostly results from a certain type of injury (muscle strain or problems caused by sudden movements, lifting heavy objects, etc.). Still, it can result from different diseases, such as ruptured or herniated disc, spinal cord cancer, arthritis, sciatica, arthritis, spinal infections, or even kidney infection. Acute back pain typically lasts from a few days up to a few weeks, but chronic back pain will torment you for more than three months.
Therapeutic alternative chiropractic Lowry doctors confirm that low back pain most likely occurs in people in the 30-50 age range. Partly, this is due to changes that occur in the body. As we age, the fluid between the vertebrae of the spine decreases. This means that the discs in the spine become more easily irritated. We also lose muscle tone, making our back significantly more prone to injury. Therefore, strengthening the back muscles and using good body mechanics can be very helpful in preventing pain in the lower back.