Lower back pain
Back pain is very common. Almost two out of three of us have lower back pain at some time in our lives. The cause isn’t normally serious and most of the time the pain improves within four to six weeks. Find out how to manage back pain and when to see a health professional.
Lower back pain: useful articles
If you suffer with lower back pain, you may find some of the following articles helpful.
A muscle strain (pulled muscle) is an overstretch or tear in your muscle fibres. It can happen if you overstretch your muscle or you put too much force on it. You’re most likely to strain a muscle in your legs or back.
Looking after your knees
Sometimes the location of your knee pain can help diagnose your condition.
Bupa's Knee clinic is a hub of information about knee conditions, treatment for knee pain and exercises to help strengthen and stretch your knees.