The prevalence of LBP has been recognized very high during the course of life in children and adolescents. This problem increases steadily with age, appearing sooner and more frequently in girls than in boys. Currently, it is estimated that the lifetime prevalence of LBP in children and adolescents could vary between 7% and 72% with an average of 39.9%. Non-specific or common low back pain is defined as pain between the costal margins and the inferior gluteal folds, usually accompanied by painful limitation of movement, often influenced by physical activities and posture, and which may be associated with referred pain in the leg. The low back pain (LBP) was attributed to underlying illness as well as changes in the static or dynamic spine, like spondylosis, spondylolisthesis or scoliosis, or disc injuries or facet, as the disc or facet degeneration.