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for acute non-specific low back pain

 

Low back pain refers to pain in the area between your lowest ribs (around your waist) and your bottom. Acute refers to pain that started recently. Non-specific means the cause of the pain is not serious or trigged from arthritis, infection or sciatica (an irritated nerve in your back). It also means that it is not possible to find a specific source of the pain (eg, joint, muscle, ligament, disc). Most low back pain is non-specific. Even the best imaging techniques cannot identify what is causing your back pain. The good news is that imaging is not required for you to manage the problem effectively.

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