Back pain symptoms include feelings of discomfort and aching in the lower and upper areas of your back, possibly around your spine.
It can be caused by a number of factors including bone problems, infection or even repeated heavy lifting earlier in life, according to the NHS.
The pain can develop suddenly, or may instead appear gradually, intensify and then disappear.
Treatment for the condition involves taking exercise and possibly changing your diet.
Eating a gram of turmeric every day, equivalent to 2p value, could help reduce your back pain, according to Dr Josh Axe.
Based in the US, Dr Josh Axe advises using turmeric to help reduce inflammation and pain.
“Turmeric contains curcumin, which is the active ingredient that has powerful anti-inflammatory abilities, anti-acing effects and reduces pain,” Dr Axe says on his website.
“Arguably, the most powerful aspect of curcumin is its ability to control inflammation.”
The spice may reduce inflammation across the body, which may help to treat other conditions such as brain disease and rheumatoid arthritis.
Turmeric can be purchased for as little as £1 from some UK supermarkets.
You could add turmeric to substances as you cook them, such as scrambled eggs or pancakes.
BBC Good Food recommends adding turmeric to these foods as a “twist” on a classic meal.
It is also possible to get more turmeric in your diet by eating Indian-style lamb chops, aubergine curry and parsnip soup.
Other products that can soothe back pain include vitamin D, capsaicin, glucosamine and chondroitin.
Dr Josh Axe also says that drinking enough water could reduce back pain.
“Stay hydrated to prevent muscle spasms, manage blood pressure and improve digestion.
“Drink eight glasses of water daily as dehydration can increase back pain.”
You could also prevent back pain from returning by eating a high-fibre diet, the nutritionist revealed.
Eating more fibre-rich foods is beneficial for gut health and digestion.
It will also lower your risk of constipation. Feeling constipated can make back pain worse.