At some point in our lives, we experience a degree of back pain. It can result from numerous things, such as sitting too long, strenuous work that involves lifting something heavy or a lot of movement, poor posture, aging, stress, injury, or disease. Even if you work a 9 to 5 office job, you are not an exception. In fact, there are a lot more people who experience lower back pain because they sit at their desks all day than manual laborers. Even doing daily activities in the wrong way can cause a bad back. Back pain is one of the top reasons why people miss work. It is one of the leading causes of disability in the world as well. 

We have asked a chiropractor for tips to cure a bad back. They use spinal manipulations to correct misalignments of your spine, which can relieve painful pressure in your

Pain in the lower back, also known as lumbago, is a common condition that affects people of all ages. Although it is commonly known to affect elderly people, more than 80 percent of adults will experience this condition at some point in their lives and it accounts for the majority of sick days. The pain can be felt anywhere along the spine, from the hips up to the neck. Lumbago is a common musculoskeletal disorder that makes everyday activities difficult. 

It is very important for you to know the basic signs and symptoms of lumbago. The signs include:

  • Pain in the lumbar area of the spine. The pain often accompanied by muscle tension, lower back stiffness. In severe cases, your mobility may be compromised.
  • The pain is confined to a small area (localized).
  • Restricted movement of the spine, such as when you try to lean backward or bend over.

You might have heard the terms slipped disc and bulging disc before. Chances are, you might not know that both are not the same thing. Both conditions affect your spine, but they are actually two different conditions. So, what’s the difference? Let’s take a look at what you should know about a slipped disc and a bulging disc to find out the difference.

What is a slipped disc?

A slipped disc, also known as herniated or prolapsed disc, is a problem that occurs to one of the cushions (disc) between the series of bones (vertebrae) that stack to make your spine. These discs protect your bones by absorbing the shocks they experience from daily activities, such as walking, twisting, and lifting. Each disc comes with two parts: a tough, rubbery outer ring (annulus) and a soft, jelly-like inner part (nucleus). Then the inner portion of the disc can push