Introduction. The degenerative low back diseases are the most often causes of the restrain of the physical activity among young and middle-aged people. They are also the main cause of disability to work and absence at work. During the whole life about 80% of the entire society complains about low back pain. In pathogenesis of low back pain the important part is led by the changes that take place in the area of the intervertebral disc and joints surrounding that area as well as ligaments of spine. Choosing the right treatment is a very difficult task to do. That is because there are many different methods and many various techniques that are used in the treatment of the degenerative changes of low back. Aim. The aim of this research is to assess the influence of the lasertherapy and magnetotherapy in connection with kinesitherapy used by patients with the degenerative low back disease. Material and methods. The research was done on 30 people, aged between 41-62. The patients have taken ten procedures of the lasertherapy, magnetotherapy and kinesitherapy. The following examinations were conducted before and after the termination of the treatment: range of movement of the lumbar-sacral spine by Saunders’s digital inclinometer, Laseque test and level of pain by VAS. Results. Analysing the average value of the researched parameters determining the range of movement of the spine, higher values were observed in the second test. An increase in the range of the movement of the spine occurred in every area. The importance of the discussed variable turned out to be statistically highly decreased in the second test, which allows us to certify that after having undergone the treatment, the patients felt far less low back pain. In 43,4% of the patients the Laseque symptom before the therapy occured, 56,6% showed no signs of the symptom. After the treatment only 20% of the subjects suffered from the Laseque symptom, while 80% remained pain free. After having undergone the treatment, the number of patients in pain highly decreased statistically. Conclusions. Lasertherapy and magnetotherapy linked with kinesitherapy caused a substancial decrease of the level of pain. After the treatment an increase in the range of the movement of the spine was observed in all areas. The combined therapies, used on patients with the degenerative low back disease, consisting of lasertherapy, magnetotherapy and kinesitherapy highly decreased the occurence of the Laseque symptom.