Acute back pain is so common across the world that whilst it should be seen as an annoying and distressing problem but is understandably accepted as part of normal life.

80% of the adult population in the UK will experience a significant episode of back pain in their lifetime and around 10% of the population will have back pain at any one time.

Acute back pain can come on quite suddenly, or gradually over time. It can often be caused by lifting or moving awkwardly. However, often, acute back pain starts without any specific injury to your back. 

Some simple exercises will help you to stay mobile and reduce your acute pain, to find out what these are click here…


Please note -
These are general exercises, seek advice if you are unsure.

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