Lower back pain
Low back is a well-engineered structure of bones, nerves, and joints etc. that provide support, strength and flexibility. Soft tissue injuries and mechanical issues, muscle or ligament strain etc. are the causes of low back pain. The pains can be of different types such as pain that travels to the buttocks, legs and feet, pain that is worse after prolonged sitting, pain that feel better when changing positions, pains that are worse after waking up etc.
It is the condition that occurs when the bone and cartilages undergo wear and tear. The causes of this condition involve bone spurs, dehydrated spinal disk, herniated disks, injury etc. The risk factors include neck injuries, work related activities, holding neck in an uncomfortable position for longer periods, genetics, smoking etc. The pain might increase while standing, sitting, sneezing, coughing etc.
Degenerative disk disorder
Degenerative disk disorder occurs on the cervical spine or the lumbar back (lower back) . The indicator of degenerative disk disorder is low continuous that flares up into severe pain, increased pain when bending or twisting, difficulty in movement, muscle tension or spasm etc.