Lower Back Pain

The cause of lower back pain

Those who strain their backs a couple of times in a year, have a lumbar hernia, spondylolysis or spondylolisthesis (with no clear cause) as diagnosed by X-ray, and those who experience pain before rain and between seasons all demonstrate an “ imbalance of the sole”, such as bunion, ungrounded toe and flatfoot.

Normally, while walking, the sole of foot has the function to absorb shock waves and torsion waves, making them harmless. Nevertheless, with bunions, ungrounded toe or flatfoot, the sole cannot absorb the harmful waves which go towards the lower back repeatedly as indirect force. Each wave is small but with repetition, it becomes a major earthquake, and this destructive power brings severe damage to the back. This is how spondylolysis, spondylolisthesis and spinal canal stenosis happen without an identifiable cause.


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