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Low back pain

Both acute and chronic low back pain can be further defined by the presence or absence of neurologic symptoms and signs.

 

  • Nonspecific or nonradicular low back pain which is not associated with neurologic symptoms or signs and the pain is localized to the spine or paraspinal regions (or both) and does not radiate into the leg.

nonspecific low back pain is not associated with spinal nerve root compression and  often a result of simple soft tissue disorders such as strain, but it can also be caused by serious medical disorders arising in the bony spine

 

  • Radicular low back pain is a type of pain that radiates into the lower extremity directly along the course of a spinal nerve root and sometimes into the calf and foot, it can be accompanied by numbness and tingling, muscle weakness and loss of reflexes.

 

Radicular pain is caused by compression, inflammation and/or injury to a spinal nerve root arising from common conditions including herniated disc, foraminal stenosis.