Back pain is most often due to spinal nerves exiting the vertebral column being pinched by misaligned vertebrae.
Jobs that involve lifting, bending, and twisting into awkward positions, as well as those that cause whole-body vibration (usually due to long-distance truck driving) place workers at particular risk for low back pain. The longer a person continues such a job, the higher the risk.
Office workers should have chairs, desks, and equipment that support the back or help maintain good posture.
Sedentary Lifestyle. People who do not exercise regularly face an increased risk for low back pain, especially when they perform sudden, stressful activities such as shoveling, digging, or moving heavy items. Lack of exercise leads to the following conditions that may threaten the back:
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