WHAT IS Low Back Pain?

The lower back where most back pain occurs includes the five vertebrae in the lumbar region, which supports most of your upper body weight. 

Low back pain is defined as pain in your lower back that can last anywhere from 1 week to months at a time. This pain is considered chronic back pain if it persists for 12 weeks or longer, after an initial injury or underlying cause of low back pain has been treated.



Symptoms of low back pain can include:
  • A dull ache to a stabbing or shooting sensation
  • Pain may make it hard to move or stand up straight

Other warning signs include a loss of bowel or bladder control, numbness in the groin area, leg weakness, fever, and pain when coughing or urinating. If you have any of these symptoms along with your back pain it is best to go get checked out. 


eStudySite engages in investigative clinical trials of medications treating low back pain. Qualified subjects participating in a trial receive study-related medical evaluations  and the investigative study medication at no cost, and may be eligible to receive financial compensation for time and travel cost.

If you suffer from low back pain and would like to learn more, or volunteer for a study,  please fill out the form to the right, or call us at 619-704-2750.

If you know someone suffering from low back pain who may want to learn more or volunteer, you can let us know by clicking the button below.
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*We are not currently enrolling for this study, but we may be in the future. Please let us know if you would like us to keep you in mind and reach back out to you when this study is live.