I would recommend that you go to see your doctor
about this problem, especially if it has been going on for a long time. They will be able to examine your back and help determine if there is something that needs to be done.
In particular, it is important to figure out where exactly the pain is coming from. Most people who have spine pain actually end up having pain originating from tense and stressed muscles running in parallel columns up and down each side of the spine. This type of pain is called paraspinal muscle spasm and it can be fixed with anti inflammatory medications as well as by paying attention to good posture, by wearing good shoes, and by performing some back stretching and strengthening exercises that your doctor can show to you. Sometimes, physical therapy can also be helpful, and your doctor can make a referral for you if you decide together that that would be helpful.
Other causes of back or spine pain include a pinched nerve, which your doctor can also look for. Scoliosis
, which is an abnormal curvature in the spine is much less common, but will also be apparent to your doctor when they examine your back.