Regardless, pain is your body's way of telling you something is wrong. You need to get it checked out.
It’s hard to say just from the information you are giving here. There can be many reasons for random back pain especially without clear injuries or trauma.I would advise you to make an appointment with your chiropractor so that he/she can do a full examination and, if needed, have you do more testing like X-rays, MRI, or any other diagnostic test you would need to be able to get a clear picture of what’s going on.
It may also be nothing serious and the chiropractor will be able to provide treatment to relieve your pain right away. If there is no underlying disease and it is found to be musculoskeletal related, your chiropractor will be able to apply adjustments, do some muscle work and give you some home stretching/exercises that you can keep yourself stable and stay in optimal health.
Feel free to reach out to your chiropractor if you have any further question/concerns, but the best way to diagnose the exact cause of your back pain is to get a full evaluation from your chiropractor.
“Because your well-being matters”
Dr. Jessica Grichy, DC