Low back pain without a specific, musculoskeletal diagnosis is costly and often difficult to resolve. Up to 65 percent of patients suffering from non-specific low back pain are still trying to find help for ongoing pain even a year after the condition initially showed up. Part of the reason for this difficulty in solving low back pain is that it is a condition with possible social, psychological, and physical impacts. Researchers call this a “multidimensional condition,” and as might be expected, treatments that address all these factors have proven to be most effective. Multidimensional pain treatments are typically only available at specialized treatment centers, and for most low back pain patients, this means long waiting lists and additional cost. However, with the development of smartphone technology, medical experts in Munich have created an app called “Kaia” which personalizes suggested daily exercises based on your fitness level and the location of your pain. It even allows you to track your progress (i.e., reduced back pain and improved sleep). A recent study shows that an app like Kaia can help patients with non-specific low back pain to reduce their pain and improve their quality of life.