Back pain is a very common complaint – an estimated 60-80%of people are affected at some point in their lifetime. Anyone can get back pain at any age, but it's most common in people between the ages of 35 and 55. It is one of the main reasons for sickness absence from work and probably the most common reason for someone attending our clinics.

It's often very difficult to know exactly what causes back pain, but it's usually thought to be related to a strain in one of the interconnecting structures in your back, rather than a nerve problem. Back pain caused by a more serious, underlying condition is rare and you're unlikely to be affected unless you are very old or very young.

Read the latest articles below for more information on the symptoms, causes and management of low back pain. Our team are always happy to help and are very experienced in managing low back pain.

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