Putting the low back pain aside, where is the pain when bending sideways?
Is the pain when bending sideways also in the lower back where there is already low back pain?
Is the pain when bending sideways on the left side at mid back, the right side at mid back, the right front, the lower abdominal area on the right, or the lower abdominal area on the left?
If the pain felt when bending sideways is also in the lower back where there is already low back pain, it is generally an extension of the pain in the lower back.
Throw away the damn car with the dinky sunken bucket sized driver’s seat and get a truck or SUV that is taller than you.
Lower back pain may indicate weak kidneys.
If any kind of additional pain occurs on the mid back when bending sideways, check the kidneys, the smell and color of the urine, check for any weakness in urination, and any weakness in the legs. The kidneys are weak. Drink a lot of hot water or hot tea, flush the kidneys with Eucommia tea, Senna tea (Warning: Senna is a very strong diuretic and purgative).
If any kind of additional pain occurs on the right front, the lower abdominal area on the right, check the liver. The liver is weak. The liver may be compromised somewhat. Cleanse the liver with Polygonum multiflorum and go see a doctor to check out the liver.
One must be vigilant about any type of hardening of the liver.
If there is lower abdominal pain on the left when bending sideways, check the bladder, there may be bladder infection, lower kidney-bladder stones.