Back Pain: What Is The Long-Term Outlook?Tuesday, March 20, 2012 - 09:43
About 90 percent of people with acute low back problems will recover in one month. Sprains and strains of muscle and ligaments usually respond well to conservative treatment without any significant long-lasting effects. Mild pain does not justify surgery, and there's little concern of irreversible changes occurring in the nerve.
However, it is not uncommon for a person to experience more than one episode of back pain. Whether the pain will recur depends in large part on the initial cause. It's difficult to predict which people will have repeated episodes of back pain.
Nice To Know:
It is important to return to work and other daily activities as quickly as possible after experiencing back pain.
The best way to prevent
How To Information:
Here are some simple things you can do to help prevent low back pain: