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The following information may help.
The lower back is the most common site of back injuries and back pain. Common back injuries include:
Sprains/Strains: An overstretched a muscle torn ligament in your back yields inflammation in the surrounding area. This leads to a back spasm in the lower back, which causes pain and difficulty moving. This is because the spasm immobilizes the muscles in the injured area, acting as a splint to protect the ligaments and joints from further damage.
Herniated discs: A herniated disc itself is not painful but rather the material leaking out of the inside of the disc is pinching or irritating a nearby nerve. This produces radicular pain (for example, nerve root pain), leading to pain that may radiate to other parts of the body, such as from the low back down the leg or from the neck down the arm.
In general, it is a good idea to contact us for an evaluation if you have:
?Back pain that follows an accident, such as a car accident or falling off a ladder.
?Ongoing back pain that is getting worse.
?Pain that continues for more than four to six weeks.
?Pain that is severe and does not improve after a few days of typical remedies, such as rest, ice and common pain relievers.
?Severe pain at night that wakes you up, even from a deep sleep.
?Back and abdominal pain.
?Numbness or altered feelings in the upper inner thighs, groin area, buttock or genital area
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