Back pain can develop for any number of reasons. It may be due to an injury or a long-term complication, and the severity of pain can vary from person to person. That is why having an array of treatment techniques is important, to see which methods work best for you in controlling pain, and potentially even reversing it.
Earlier this year a study reported that people with diabetes are more likely to report back and neck pain. This didn’t state that diabetes was the cause, but an association appears to exist. Because diabetes can sometimes lead to painful complications in later life, being aware of treatment techniques can help you to act quickly, and not just assume back pain will go away.