Lumbago, back pain
Lumbago is a severe, shooting back pain located in the sacral part and the lumbar region of the spine. It can increase when bending, lifting objects or even walking. This disorder affects a growing number of people. It may be caused by minor injuries in the spine, increased muscle tension, obesity or abnormal habits, bad posture during daily activities, or a sedentary lifestyle and lack of physical activity.
Back pain associated with lumbago may disappear after a few days, but often can persist for up to several weeks. This disorder may therefore impede normal functioning and negatively affect our well-being.
Lumbago most often occurs in people between 30 and 55 years of age. Unfortunately, many of them belittle this problem or go for painkillers that work only for a moment. However, it is worth solving this problem immediately, using modern methods of dealing with lumbago.