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Low back pain occurs in the lower portion of the spine. It is typically described as dull and aching rather than burning, stinging, or sharp. This type of pain can be accompanied by mild or severe muscle spasms, limited mobility, aches in the hips and pelvis and/or a shooting sensation down the leg.
- Facet joint mediated pain
- Sciatica or Radiculopathy
- Sacro-illiac joint pain
- Myofacial pain
- Back pain after surgery
- Radiating leg pain
- Back pain worse with activity or walking
- Back pain worse with sitting
- Back pain worse with extension