Non Specific Back Pain
None Specific Back Pain or NSBP is often diagnosed when a patient is suffering some form of back pain and the Doctors or other medical professionals cannot find a specific reason for the cause of the pain.
In most cases, the patient would have had an X-ray, an MRI scan, or perhaps even both, with the goal of determining the cause of the pain being experienced.
If after undergoing these procedures the X-ray and MRI scans are unable to reveal anything, then more often than not the diagnosis could well be Non Specific Back Pain.
Getting Treatment for Non Specific Back Pain
I provide treatment for Non-Specific Back Pain at my practice in Northwood Hills, London, with easy access via road (easy parking just outside), public transport or the Northwood Hills Tube Station on the Metropolitan line. My treatment room is on the ground floor, and so there are no stairs involved in accessing the facility. See what my patients have to say.