Lower back pains are typically classified based on the duration of its pain. One is the acute back pain that settles within a few weeks or months. While The other the chronic back pain lingers for about three months or more.
Some common causes of lower back pain include:
- falling on hard surfaces;
- lifting solid objects;
- draining muscles;
- spraining ligaments;
- doing poor posture;
- living an inactive lifestyle;
- lacking of exercise;
- sitting still for a long time;
- bending the back in continued activities;
A physical therapy is best applied for pain caused by a back sprain when the appropriate muscle is treated, the pain can be contained at its source for immediate and permanent relief. The following therapies help relieve your short-term lower back pain.
A weak abdominal muscle may trigger a lower back pain. A core strengthening exercise is recommended to strengthen the band of muscle that supports your turn. These exercises may include leg stretching, sit-ups, sideswipes, and other workouts that put some pressure on the muscles in the abdomen. It makes them robust enough to keep the pain inside.