Why is there "en su espalda" and not en LA espalda?
We don't normally use the possessives in this sort of sentences as we always assume that if someone has a pain somewhere it is always his/her own body, so, we tend to use articles el, la, los, las. However we sometimes use the possessive for emphasis. We could have easily said, with the same meaning:
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