The spinal column is made up of thirty-three bones, known as vertebrae, which are separated by discs that act as shock absorbers. This is surrounded by a nerve that stretches from the base of the brain to the lower back. Disorders that can affect the spinal cord include degenerative diseases.
Shoulders can include rotator cuff problems, arthritic conditions, bursitis, and degenerative conditions like osteoarthritis. Frozen shoulder is another condition that causes stiffness, pain and limited range of movement. Pelvic disorders can include pelvic floor disorder, which affects one-quarter of adult women, pelvic organ prolapsed and can be a cause of lower back pain.