Lower Back Pain
Chronic lower back pain can originate from trauma to the muscle and development of soft tissue dysfunction. In addition to the original cause, referred aches from the viscera often adds to it. For example, changes to the body’s automatic nervous system can alter the blood supply to the related tissues.
Finally, many cases of this chronic pain have neurogenic roots. For example, a pinched nerve root or a compressed peripheral nerve. Due to the various potential causes, a comprehensive assessment is vital to discern the correct and best treatment methods and strategies.