Have you seen a doctor, have you had scans, do you have a diagnosis ???
Do you understand how your back functions as part of the skeletal system – most don’t and that is part of the problem. If you don’t have an understanding of the bio- mechanics I would really suggest that you learn and then apply what you learn to your everyday life.
Back pain is pain experienced in the back – sounds simple; but what is going wrong to cause the problem in the first place. From the limited information in your post I would suggest that you may already have damage but learning how your body works may help you avoid further damage as well as manage the effects of any damaged already incurred.
Have a look at a picture of the skeleton from the sidehttp://www.anatomywarehouse.com/skeleta ... t-a-102609
The question to ask yourself is this – is the back designed to take all of the loads when bending and lifting. The spine is effectively a thin bendy twig, what is supposed to take most of the load is muscles and in particular the Abs which fill the space at the front. When you have appropriate development of the abs the effect of bending on the spine results in the spine being in tension rather that one side being in tension and the other in compression. Where this latter situation occurs then the result is often slipped and ruptured disks … problems causing pain
Where you have a reasonable development of the Abs then they take the compression and the spine is equally in tension at the front and rear of the spine – so disks are not squeezed out of place and they is less likely hood of compression fractures to the vertebrae.
This link will provide you with a lot of the information that you needhttp://www.spine-health.com/conditions/ ... -back-pain
If you have any particular questions please ask.
Just a caution to you - the anti-inflammatory can cause their own problems in the long term. Just because they can be bought off the shelf does not make their long term or excessive use safe. Ask my first wife – well you could except she has gone on to her next birth. She was using then for acute and chronic back pain.