Over 80 percent of the population will experience an episode of Low Back Pain at some time during life. The condition is also costly with total costs estimated to be between 100–200 billion dollars annually, two-thirds of which are due to decreased wages and productivity. The medical fields’ quest to find effective and sustainable cures have been sadly unsuccessful. Unfortunately, surgeries haven’t performed much better either with a success rating of 33-35% and costing some people $80,000. The complexity of low back pain must not be overlooked and can have many factors related to its cause.