A recent study sheds light on the ways that low back pain may be caused by something you do every single day—going to work.
Keeping your back healthy is a daily commitment. It helps to do daily stretches and exercises specifically designed to prevent back pain. Follow these easy instructions on how to prevent back pain or find back pain relief.
Chronic pain is different from acute pain and often has to be managed over time with multiple and/or combined treatments.
About 80% of pregnant women have back pain. Certain activities increase the discomfort, including carrying groceries and climbing stairs. But the exact cause of the back pain isn’t always understood. Learn about your treatment options for back pain during pregnancy.
A doctor reviews the most common medications used to treat acute lower back pain. What will work for your pain?
Lower back pain and leg pain (sciatica or lumbar radiculopathy) can go hand-in-hand. Why is that? What causes sciatica, and how is it related to your low back?