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Back pain can affect people of any age, for different reasons. As people get older, lower back pain increases, due to factors such as previous occupation and degenerative disk disease.

Lower back pain may be linked to the bony lumbar spine, discs between the vertebrae, ligaments around the spine and discs, spinal cord and nerves, lower back muscles, abdominal and pelvic internal organs, and the skin around the lumbar area.Problems with the spine such as osteoporosis can lead to back pain.

Pain in the upper back may be due to disorders of the aorta, tumors in the chest, and spine inflammation.

  • Spondylosis is a term referring to degenerative osteoarthritis of the joints between the center of the spinal vertebrae .
  • If vertebrae of the neck are involved it is labelled cervical spondylosis. And in case of  Lower back involvement the  spondylosis is called as lumbar spondylosis.


1- Back pain mainly due to strain , tension or injury like-muscular spasm , muscular tension ,damazed disc, injuries, fracture or falls.

2- Structural problems like – ruptured disc , bulging disc , sciatica, arthritis , abnormal curvature of spine, osteoporosis and kidney problems.

3- Movement and posture

  • twisting
  • coughing or sneezing
  • muscle tension
  • over-stretching
  • bending awkwardly or for long periods
  • pushing, pulling, lifting, or carrying something
  • standing or sitting for long periods
  • long driving sessions without a break, even when not hunched
  • sleeping on a mattress that does not support the body and keep the spine straight.


  • gait dysfunction,
  • loss of balance, and
  • loss of bowel and/or bladder control.
  • The patient may experience a phenomenon of shocks (paresthesia) in hands and legs because of nerve compression and lack of blood flow.


  • occupational activities
  • pregnancy
  • a sedentary lifestyle
  • poor physical fitness
  • older age
  • obesity and excess weight
  • smoking
  • strenuous physical exercise or work, especially if done incorrectly

DIAGNOSIS – X-RAY, CT scans , MRI , Bone scans ,Electromyography [EMG] etc.


1- Naturopathic Management –

  • Oil compress over the affected area for 20 minutes .
  • Hot spinal bath for 15 minutes .
  • Alternate  Hot and cold compress on and around  painfull area 2: 1 x  5 times
  • Steam bath  -10 min

2- YOGIC MANAGEMENT – There are following yogasanas which are very helpful to relieve back pain and before these asanas do the loosening exercises from toes to head for joint mobilization after that go for asanas atleast 10 times with 10 second holding .

  • Supine series asanas – Setubandhasana , pavanmuktasana , spinal twisting , markatasana .
  • Prone series asanas – Bhujangasana , sarpasana , shalabhasana , dhanorasana ,sideward dropping.
  • Sitting series asanas – Cat pose , tiger pose , camel pose , ardhamatsayendrasana, peigon pose .
  • Standing series asanas – Ardhachakrasana , ardhakatichakrasana, ardhachandranamaskarasana , tadasana .
  • Isometric neck exercises.


  • At wake up ————-3/4 glasses of normal water
    • 7:00 am —————–aloevera juice + Giloy  juice ( 2+2 spoons )
    • 9:30 am —————–soaked dry fruits + fresh fruits + ginger juice with honey
    • 12:00 ——————–roti 2/3 + boiled vegi. + papaya 300 gms
    • 03:00 pm—————-fresh fruit juice 1 glass
    • 07:00 pm dinner —–roti 2 +boiled vegi. + papaya 200 gms soup
    • 08:30 pm—————hot milk with turmeric pdr  /  sahajane ka kada – ½ glass
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