Do a search online and get DMSO - my sport physio greatly believes in it - and use it!
Get all the anty-inflamatory (natural) stuff you can find and as above!
Get cold/hot patches . . . start treating your back.
aaaa..... sea physio, osteopath or ART guy. See what they say
Stay away from dynamic movement for a while.
Do some goodmornings and variations of these, do Deads and their variations.
Back extensions . . .
Do plenty of - what I call it - puffy exercises, working on your core somewhat "PT style".
I know, I know, you would not like to be seen with a stability ball, but just a bit!
Exercise your abs, obliques, TVA
and unitaral lifts, some one arm farmers walks, waiters walks, one arm deads (maybe - try on lights first)
focus on reps not on weight.
pulling sled various ways is going to do a lot of good.
Meanwhile, Give some time to your weaknesses and get them up (I'm certain, snatches and back exercises are your forte!!)
really more GPP than real lifting and in this way you'll be back and STRONGER shortly.
you continoue "madness" . . . injury will stay with you for MONTHS or YEARS!
Get fit first!
hope it helps, Good luck!
(I've been there, too!)