Non-specific back pain (NSBP) may be defined as any back pain from which all diagnosable causes have been eliminated, and therefore a precise pathoanatomical diagnosis cannot be given.
Seventy to eighty percent of the British population are thought to experience back pain, severe enough to seek medical help, at some point in their lives.
The annual prevalence of back pain in the United Kingdom (UK) is approximately 40% of adults
The total somewhat ineffectual treatment of backs cost the health service three times the total cost of cancer treatment.
Treament would include Interx, Shiatsu and Exercise Advice.