Low back pain is one of the top reasons that Americans
see their doctor. Most Americans, moreover, experience back pain at one time
during their life. Many back related injuries happen at work. But, you can
change that. There are many things you can do to lower your chances of getting
back pain. I. Back to Basics
Step 1: What is low back pain?
Step 2: Know your back anatomy
Step 3: Causes of low back pain
Step 4: Are you at risk? II. First Steps
Step 5: What to do when pain begins
Step 6: Seeing your doctor
Step 7: What tests might be ordered?
Step 8: When is low back pain a serious sign? III. Taking Control:
Treatment and Prevention
Step 9: Exercise and physical therapy
Step 10: Change your work habits
Step 11: Medications Step 12: Other treatments
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