Low Back Pain

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Low back pain is one of the main reasons people visit their Doctor. Eighty percent of people will have low back pain at some point in their lives.

Recurrence is very common when people do not know how to help it. Very few people who feel pain in their low back have a serious medical problem. Ninety percent of people who experience low back pain for the first time get better in two to six weeks. Only rarely do people with low back pain develop chronic back problems.

With these facts in mind, you can be assured that back pain is common, that it usually only causes problems for a short period of time, and that you can take steps to ease symptoms and prevent future problems.If you are suffering from pain in your lower back, you may be feeling tension, soreness or stiffness. This pain is often referred to as 'non-specific' back pain.

For more information on the anatomy of the area, potential causes and systoms of lower back pain, download our free guide here.

If your pain carries on then come to our Leeds or Guiseley clinics and see one of our physiotherapists.



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