I love those people who buck the system and come up with their own way to address back pain. Like me, they just couldn't get the relief they needed by going through the usual channels. So they figure things out for themselves. Two examples are:
T-Tapp, a method devised by Theresa Tapp that, according to her, helps people with not only back pain but other chronic conditions, as well. I've tried T-Tapp using the materials provided by the company and also with a certified T-Tapp teacher. While I'd be remiss to promise that T-Tapp is a treatment for anything, I can say I found the workout to be challenging and rewarding.
The Egoscue Method by Pete Egoscue is a very well known method many people use to address chronic muscloskeletal problems including back pain. I tried the Egoscue Method via the materials the company sent to me, and enjoyed it very much. Again, I'd be remiss if I told you it is a treatment, however, from my perspective, I can see the benefit of adding something like this to your pain management plan.