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Lumbar Pain

LLumbar pain or pain experienced in the lower back is a serious concern among most people. About 90 percent of the general population suffers from this pain. Over half this number experiences recurring episodes of low back pain. Rather than being a disease in itself, low back pain is usually a symptom caused by a variety of processes. The specific causes of 85 percent of lower back pain cases are never pinpointed despite thorough medical examinations. Despite no specific underlying causes being found, lumbar pain  will usually resolve on its own. Keeping notes on the characteristic of your low back pain is very important. Usually, this helps your medical practitioner to determine appropriate diagnosis and treatment. Chronic  lumbar pain occurs when the pain...