Chronic lower back pain can be debilitating, making it hard for people to enjoy their favorite activities. It’s also a frequent complaint that doctors see patients in the emergency room or primary care office. Here we will discuss some causes and best ways to treat chronic back pain without surgery. 

Let’s read about common causes first.

Common Causes of Chronic Back Pain

A bulging or ruptured disk, arthritis, osteoporosis, and degenerative disk disease contribute to chronic back pain.

Other causes include

  • Spinal Stenosis (narrowing of the spaces within the spine),
  • Spondylolisthesis (forward slippage of one vertebra on another), scoliosis (crooked spine), –
  • Spondylosis (abnormal growth of bone in the spine)
  • Degenerative joint disease (which can make it hard to move the spine, and the disks around the joints may dry out and shrink)

Frequent Causes

Frequent causes of back pain include

  • Lifting heavy objects improperly.
  • falling
  • automobile accidents
  • obesity
  • frequently carrying heavy loads (such as backpacks)
  • Having an occupation that involves heavy labor, such as manufacturing or construction
  • Sitting in the same position for prolonged periods.
  • Poor posture when sitting or standing can contribute to chronic back pain.

How to Reduce Back Pain Without Surgery?

Here are seven ways to treat chronic lower back pain without surgery:


We all know that working out the lower back is dangerous for people with lower back pain, but you can do lower impact exercises to strengthen your lower back and core muscles without overworking your lower back.

Heat or Ice Therapy

Applying heat or ice packs can help lower back pain by increasing blood flow to the area, loosening affected muscles, reducing inflammation, and easing muscle tension. Taking a hot bath can be particularly effective make sure not to fall asleep.

Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy 

Myofascial trigger points are sore spots within taut bands of muscular fibers that form in the body when muscles get tight due to injury, overuse, lack of hydration, and lack of sleep. Massage therapy that focuses on the lower back can help treat lower back pain caused by trigger points in the lower back muscles.

Physical Therapy and Exercise

Physical therapy and exercise will strengthen the lower back and abdominal muscles while relieving lower back pain symptoms. However, it is essential to consult a physical therapist when engaging in any lower body exercises since they will ensure you are not putting unnecessary strain on your lower back, making other parts of your body worse, or doing more harm than good.

Chiropractic Care

Lower back pain can be treated with chiropractic care if it derives from misalignment of the spine due to injury, poor posture, stress, etc. By using lower back pain management techniques that align your lower back to improve lower back pain.


This is a traditional Chinese medicine technique that has been used for centuries to treat lower back pain, among many other ailments. With the use of fine needles, the acupuncturist inserts them into your body at specific points theorized to relieve lower back pain by stimulating natural healing responses in your own body.

Lower back pain is a familiar lower body ache, and millions of people deal with lower back pain on a day-to-day basis. Fortunately, many lower back pain management options do not involve surgery. The seven lower back pain options we have discussed here can help manage lower back pain symptoms without resorting to surgical more inadequate back pain management. You can also use lower back pain management techniques that target lower back muscles rather than lower back surgery, which is sometimes the only lower back pain treatment you need to get your life back on track.

Stem Cell Therapy for Back Pain

Stem cell therapy for lower back pain uses stem cells found in umbilical cord blood to treat lower back problems by naturally regenerating damaged tissues and promoting new cellular growth in these tissues. This lower back pain management approach combines regenerative medicine and acupuncture used to help lower back pain without surgery.

Stem Cell Therapy has been proven safe and effective in treating lower body aches and pains, including lower back pain, neck pain, knee arthritis, shoulder injury, etc. So make an appointment at our clinic for stem cell therapy for your lower back today. It could be the solution you’ve been waiting for.

Shifa Rejuvenation Clinic is Pakistan’s premier stem cell therapy provider for lower back and neck pain. We also offer other services such as autism and arthritis treatment from Experts. You can visit our website or contact us to book an appointment.

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