Education About Lower Back Pain – Learning While Improving

By Michael

March 13, 2018

No matter your age, gender, or size, we can all be exposed contracting a type of back problem. You have likely groaned and complained just as much about back aches, and injuries. I’m here to reassure you are not alone.

Back Pain has a combination of a MAXIMUM,  and Minimum. The range can vary in:

  • Low, called “Acute”
  • Mild, “sub-acute”
  • High, “Chronic”

All of these pains have one goal in common. They make you readjust your lifestyle.

I will be walking you into the ways you develop lower back pain, as well as what’s the best solutions that result in the #1 outcome for you.

We’re aiming for no more missed days at the office, no more reasons to call it a day, and absolutely no more time away from your necessities.

When You Move “IT” Moves Too, Back Things Up

A dysfunctional, and immobile back translates to an overall lack of movement. But where there is an “end” there is always a “beginning”.

You’ll want to know questions like why you’re back muscles, tissues, and ligaments are not supporting you. Why is the pain persisting? and Why can’t I find the relief I need?

In the next part I will be breaking down these questions into 3 layers.

  1. The first are the symptoms.
  2. Second will be a diagnosis.
  3. Third, about your root of the cause, and the best ways to improve it.

Importance Of Mobility Means Moving Freely

Back pain, from upper to lower has been evolving for many years. Not gradually but sporadically!

The pain has been with us humans since the “Bronze Age“. The Physicians during this era assumed the cause came from inflammation. Hit the fast forward button to our present time, there’s no need to assume. We have ” the TECHNOLOGY” God.

Now you can actually tell its associated with symptoms such as:

  • nerve weakness
  • psychological disorders

Lower back pain in particular is the number one cause among 300 OTHER diagnosis. It is the number 1 reason why you have been missing work! That’s INSANE if you were to ask me. These reasons back up the fact, there is no greater time in our western, and global apparatus to learn and educate ourselves about the back.

Studies show, but I first hand know, people will have back pain at least ONCE in their lives.

Lower back pain can secretly manifest itself and heckle you for the extent that you let it. Here’s an image below about more back pain statistics from TheGoodBody.com… 

Not many people have a “proper” understanding of the anatomy of the lower back, let alone the whole top to bottom!

Let’s think mechanically for a minute…

All the muscles, ligaments, joints(facet joints, Sacroiliac Joints) contribute to mechanical movement, and allow you to the everyday things you need and want to do. Without them, it would be hard to move freely without risk.

One key thing to know is that your back is divided into three many components.

  1. The Cervical Spine. Begins at the neck
  2. Thoracic Spine. Upper back
  3. Lumbar Spine. Lower Back
  4. The Sacral Region

Here’s a video on all you need to know about your whole back:

==>Click Here to see a very detailed look at your spine<==

A straight and aligned body posture is the defining factor to let you move freely as you please.

Not all cases are understood under your own evaluation. Your pain can occur from a specific cause that a doctor can evaluate with image study.

There are 4 things we must take into consideration when fixing this issue.

  1. Understand the symptoms. Why is your pain persisting?
  2. A diagnosis. What do you have?
  3. Root of the cause. How did it originate?
  4. Ways to improve. Your secure future

It is important to follow the steps above ONE by ONE, because it will give you a better piece of mind, and it will help you and your doctor, chiropractor, or physical therapist.

Learn The Symptoms, Feel And Report

Symptoms and “signs” often get mixed and misinterpreted . It’s a good thing there is a way tell if you are experiencing one vs the other.

A symptom is what YOU can feel and report to anyone. A sign is what a medical professional such as doctor can detect.

Want an example?

An example of this would be:

  • Pain as opposed to a bug bite.
  • An ache or pain anywhere on your back, and at times down to your buttocks’ is the trigger of lower back pain.

I will specify, not only the symptoms but if you should be more aware.

These are the main symptoms that lead to pain in your lower back:

  • weight loss
  • a blow or trauma to the back
  • pain down the legs
  • body temperature increases
  • persistent back pain
  • Difficulty urinating
  • loss of bowel control
  • numbness around genitals’
  • numbness around buttocks’
  • numbness around anus
  • peeing unintentionally
  • inflammation on your back

There are certain characteristics that determine whether you should seek medical advice. Could you be one or more of these?

  • Age group <20 , and >55 years of age
  • drug abusers
  • cancer patients, or had it
  • depressed immune system
  • steroid users

NOTE:, I encourage you to not only become adequately familiar with these symptoms, but educating yourself enough to know what you’ve been doing wrong, so you can correct it. I was in the age group 20, when I had my more severe encounter with lower back pain. I found out I had been going through my own depressive issues.

1 symptom+1 symptom = 1 too many

Let’s take a look at 3 different ripple effect:

Ripple effect #1: Muscle Stain = Joint Pain = Joint Stiffness = Lower Back Pain

Ripple effect # 2: Arthritis = Joint Pain = Joint Stiffness = Lower Back Pain

Ripple effect #3: Osteoarthritis = Joint Pain = Joint Stiffness = Lower Back Pain

Ripple effect #4: Osteoarthritis = Sciatica = Degenerative Disc = Herniated Disc = Lower Back Pain

As you can see, if you start at one of these, the rest can follow. One symptom can lead into the next.

Treatment might take days, weeks, and even months to begin, but you shouldn’t have to wait till the last minute.

Don’t wait to get checked. Would you like to know why the majority of individuals wait?

They were miss-informed. Despite that, with my abilities, I’m here to help you now, and not later. Next, we’ll look at a diagnosis.

Diagnosis, “Be Examination Ready”

The sooner you can understand your certain back pain, the faster you can get yourself a diagnosis the first thing you NEED to do is to touch bases with a general practitioner, or your primary care physician.

In very little cases will you need to have an image scan, because these medical professionals can asses a physical examination by interviewing you.

Here are the diagnosis and test ran within lower back pain:

  • Discography. Used to guide the injection of material into the center of spinal discs and helps identify the source of back pain. Not only that but it helps guide treatment of abnormal in-vertebral discs.
  • Imaging test for lower back pain. This diagnosis is done with X-rays, MRI, CT scans. It is proven that this process will likely lead to surgery. 
  • Lower back pain symptom checker. A link that will get a diagnosis by asking you question and choosing a symptom. 
  • Radiography assessment. This here uses X-rays to determine the cause of pain.
  • Chiropractor. Diagnosis by touching and visual inspection

Now let’s look at a range of lower back pains you are dealing with right now.

Most back pains fall into these categories:

  1. Acute. Between 2-4 weeks stage.
  2. Sub-acute. 6 weeks and 12 weeks.
  3. Chronic. Above 12

Two very common diagnosis are:

  1. Spinal Stenosis
  2. Cervical Stenosis

And while notably there are more like arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, spondylolisthesis, muscle strains, ruptured disc, and way more, the above two are the common set offs.

Take a minute to look at spinal stenosis first hand

Here is Cervical Stenosis in a closer look:

The “Cause”- How Did You Get Injured?

With all the information at your fingertips, there is still one very important aspect you need to ask yourself. “How did my pain originate?”

There are various explanations. Some all alone, and others combined.

  • Hereditary. A prior physical condition.
  • Natural causes. A car accident, you fell off your bike, lifting heavy objects.
  • Lifestyle choices. Wrong foods, sitting, weight.

People worldwide are becoming a victim of lower back pain because they simply do not take care of their bodies how they should. Take a second, and imagine your body being like a car.

Visualize about it, now see your engine selection. Are you there? good….

You likely go about these things in this order:

  1. You head to work
  2. Sit in a cubicle for hours without a break
  3. And even when you have a break you find yourself back in your seat for not a remainder, but a whole lot longer.

Right In the middle is the “teeny” “tiny” problem. You’ve been sitting in IDLE.  You’re degrading the wear of your back. Your “engine” is loosing transmission.

Slouching on your desk chair is just one of many mistakes. Here are a few more to inject into the list:

1. Hereditary

What it looks like:

  • arthritis
  • stiffness
  • swelling
  • inflammation

2. Natural causes

What it looks like:

  • car accidents.
  • falls
  • strains
  • injuries to ligaments
  • tendons
  • muscles.
  • occurs by lifting

3. Lifestyle choices

What it looks like:

  • Overweight. Balancing a healthy diet is REALLY an important thing. It’s no fluke. I stressed it years back, and I’ll continue doing so now. The habits you chose dictate your day to day routine.
  • None or “limited” exercise. Physical activity needs to become your routine. By putting weight on the upper and importantly your lower back, it will significantly reduce your chance of having pain in the future. STRETCHING will allow you to loosen up your muscles, gain better traction with flexibility, and NOT allow your back to stiffen up(how pain begins).
  • Smoking. Constant smoking can cause disc disorders.
  • Wearing high heels. You get an arch in your back, pushing your body forward.

Improve By Treatment And Become Pain Free!

Believe this or not. The BEST way to removing your pain is the place closest to your heart. It keeps a roof over your head. That’s right, your HOME.

  1. Medically you can support yourself
  2. Physically you can
  3. Mentally

The UPSIDE is yet to be said. The best habits you develop are those at home. Jump right into your home, and follow your treatment. Once you can, your habits will follow.

If you suffer from Lower Back Pain or Sciatica, and you’re in a rush and can’t check and start our complete Remove Back Pain System right now, you can still give your back a rest by checking out our “7 Day Back Pain Cure” book; its the antidote to the surgery-obsessed approach to back pain, and in here you’ll uncover treatments you’ve likely never heard of, and will most likely NEVER need back surgery if you follow these treatments and cures faithfully. See here for more. 

You can take these actions:

  • Painkillers. Over-The-Counter(OTC) painkillers. and there are two different kinds. See below.
    • Acetaminophen. “Mask” and tells your brain to not feel any pain. An example of this is:
      • Tylenol
    • Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs(NSAIDs). They bring down inflammation. Examples of these are:
      • Motrin, Advil, Aleve, Nuprin.
  • Muscle relaxantsSuppress the central nervous system.
    • Best for short term.  Examples of this are:
      • Baclofen, Carisosporodal(Soma), Dantrolene, Cyclobenzaprine, Topicals.
  • Use hot compressors and ice packs. Known as Hot and cold Therapy.
  • Movement with Mobility. Get moving as soon as possible.
  • Use Cognitive-behavioral strategies.  Working with lower back pain can get tricky. A minor pain can turn into a more problematic one, and that’s where Chronic and even sciatica pain enters in. There’s a reason why chronic pain turn hurts so much more than what it might be….

It’s not always mechanical or an inflammation that spikes up your pain to another level. Another huge contributor is your emotional state. Learning to improve the way you think about your pain will change your thinking patterns, and that creates a formula for controlling and eliminating your pain.

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The Education Of Your Back. “Execute” The Plan Of Attack.

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These lessons should help you become more prepared and informed about how to counteract the pain you have. You will be become better educated, and will not lack the knowledge when you encounter such a problem.

Your age, gender, or size all play similar roles, they all can lead you to have a lower back pain once in your life.

The symptoms of your lower back pain don’t have to be your greatest fault. You’ll bounce back and take the knowledge and turn the tide.

A proper diagnosis will allow you to see where your pain is coming from, and what’s happening to your spine.

As far as I am concerned, anyone that experiences back pain can outgrow the worries when they are well informed on how to take the next step of action. The more that you know about your issue, the faster you can eliminate the pain.

Are you ready to change the course of your life for the better with my step-by-step system, which will help the everyone in their own pain, from the following categories:

For acute lower back pain patients
For sub-acute lower back pain patients
For chronic lower back pain patients
For Sciatica
All diagnosis, causes, and symptoms
A comprehensive look

You can always leave me a comment, concerns, opinions, right below. I’ll get back to you right away!

The Remove Back Pain System

This is the begging of your better health and a better way to treat your mild to more severe back pain. A couple points to mention before we start. Each condition will have a direction, because obviously, the treatment process for acute, chronic and sciatica are all different journeys. But you will notice that they overlap.

They are all closely related, and there will be times when you find that you don’t need the rest of the information as an acute lower back pain patient, but I HIGHLY encourage to look thru if that means it will help you understand what chronic pain can look like. And for chronic lower back pain, please do try to read from start to finish, or continue from where you are and make it to the end.

Without further ado I open the gates of all my experience to you:

When you have acute lower back pain its important to follow a step by step process. Begin with the Remove Back Pain system here:

If you have chronic lower back pain or sciatica, you should learn about how to get rid of it first, this would be the right place to begin:


About the author

Hi My name is Michael Granados, I am of the age of 26 years, and I’m a back pain specialist, enthusiast, and expert. All of us have had or will have lower back pain at least once in our lives, and whether it’s acute or a more chronic condition, you can depend on us here at Remove Back Pain to take great care of you. I ensure you’ll take the right and most appropriate steps for you to heal the safest and most productive way. Get ready for a better lifestyle!

  • I also do experience back pain whenever I sit on my bed for a very long time when watching movies or doing some other things on my laptop.
    Didn’t know the cause at first, but as time goes by I found out it was due to that lifestyle.
    And, I must say ever since I started exercising and sitting the right way on my study table, I have stopped experiencing it.
    It is also one of the reasons I try as much as possible to stay away from high-heeled shoes.

    • Hi Tohin,

      Yeah, sitting can easily aggregate your back, especially when it’s not conditioned to put up with the external stresses of a not so well cushioned area. It’s always important to have the right ergonomics, to ensure you can stand sitting well, keep your space clean and chair forward, or recliner. Also make sure you’re not hunching over when sitting, as this can cause your spinal alignment to move out of place. I had to get a whole new mattress after awhile of having mattress toppers, and that makes the best difference. But exercising is the best thing you can actually do. I’m glad you’ve taken those actions. Thank you!


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