LBA affects 60-85 per cent of people at some point of their lives. Many people have a mild to moderate (acute) low back pain. Most of them subside within six weeks due to administration of pain killers or due to rest and corrections in life-style.
Kati-Shoola (Low Back Pain, Lumbar Spondylosis) is the most common ailment which is evidenced as the leading cause of disturbance of life-activities on a daily basis globally. There exists at least one person per family who complains of Low Back Pain. It is one of the most common life-style disorders and in modern day practice it is diagnosed as Low Back Pain (LBA), Lumbar Spondylosis or Lumbago.