The back pain may be due to the footwear you are using, and ergonomically may be not suitable.
You should wear footwear which support your feet properly and if required order them from a good store to be custom made for you and this would help relieve the back pain.
Get an X-ray done on your back and take all measures so that the problem does not progress. Do not lift weights, proper position while sleeping, sitting, working, driving and maintain your body weight in the normal BMI ranges.
We advise you to follow the life style changes what we advised for your back.
Proper ergonomics in life should be practiced.
Good to hear that everything is normal; you will be fine with following this strictly.
You can go to any good Orthopaedician in NIMS .
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