It is normal to have back pain. 80% of people tend to have an episode of back pain at some point in their life. Just because you have back pain once does not mean you will always have back pain. It can be concerning to you when it is very painful and affecting your everyday activity. However, a back complaint is rarely due to anything serious.

Your back is one of the strongest parts of your body and is very resilient. It is designed to cope with lots of activity such as bending, lifting, and twisting. Your lower back pain will usually gradually get better by itself within 2-3 months. Sometimes back pain can continue for longer periods of time, but there are ways you can help yourself.

Help With Your Diagnosed Condition

Back In Control Course

Cauda Equina Syndrome

Cauda Equina: Signs and Symptoms to Look Out For Video

Facet Joint Medial Branch Block

Lumbar Radiofrequency Denervation

Lumbar Transforminal Epidural Injections (Nerve Root Block)

Sacroiliac Joint Injection

What to expect following a spinal injection

Mechanical Back Pain

Referred (Radicular) Pain

A Patient’s Simple Understanding of Sciatica, Radicular Pain and Radiculopathy

Spinal Stenosis