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First you need to know that the prognosis of acute low back pain is excellent. Only about 1/3 of back pain patients seek medical care, so most improve on their own. 90% of patient we do see with low back pain, will recover. The first episode may be brief or last several weeks, but it does go away, and there is no need for x-rays or medical imaging. Less is more. Unless there are red flags, most people will do fine by recognizing the pain, but not focusing on it, by keeping moving, and by performing specific exercise or having some sort of therapy.
We also go over principles of rest and recovery, as well as pain relieving strategies using ice, heat, gentle movement, and postural changes.
Lastly, we went over some basic exercises to get your back moving again. Hopefully you enjoyed this document and learned something useful for the future.
When it comes to pain, the back is notoriously vulnerable to unexplained pain and stiffness. In most cases, it will get better with gentle movement and time as long as you manage it well and avoid being overprotective or paranoid about it once it has been cleared for danger.
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