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If you live with rheumatoid arthritis and also experience lower back pain, here's what you should know and what you can do to ease the pain.
When pain medications and rest aren’t enough to reduce pain from a vertebral fracture, surgery may be necessary.
When you have low back pain, exercise may be the last thing you want to do, but it's likely your best bet for finding relief.
Find out why this question could help you get the right diagnosis and treatment for your back pain.
For genuine relief from chronic low back pain, you may have to try a combination of treatments.
The exact cause of back pain is not easy to determine. Fortunately, about 90 percent of cases improve on their own. Here's what you should know.
Spinal stenosis can often be confused with a different condition called vascular claudication. Here's how you can tell the two apart.
Changes that occur with aging can make your spine more vulnerable to a slipped disc. Find out what that could mean for your back.
If you struggle with back pain, you've probably considered seeing a chiropractor. Learn the pros and cons of treating back pain with spinal manipulation.
Sudden, shooting back pain can be caused by a spasm. Learn what triggers back spasms, and the treatments you can use to find relief.