Where is my back and lower body pain coming from?

Have you been told your core is weak and that exercises will help your lower back pain?

Has this actually not helped at all or yet even made your pain worse?!

The problem is really identifying what is actually causing the problem. We see that people tend have pain for a long time before they seek help as they are told to rest and it will go away.



Let’s think about an ankle sprain, for example.

If you sprain your ankle, you’ll tend to walk with a limp while you are still recovering from the sprain. We sometimes never quite get back to walking the way we did prior to the sprain.

This will place excess stress on other joints and over time will break down the joints at a much higher rate leading to pain and the need for joint replacement.



Do you have pain that has traveled down one side of the body?

Did your pain start in your knee and travel to your hip and your back and finally to your ankle?

We see this all the time as you begin to move inefficiently, you start to have increased breakdown of joints that will eventually lead to increased pain.


So my question to you is simply this, where is your pain coming from?

Can you answer that question confidently?



If you can’t, I have good news for you.

This is what we specialize in and this is how we treat by finding the root of the problem. Most clinics treat the symptoms, but here we are focused on finding the root of the problem so that you do not have to worry about these things breaking down and having pain later in life. This keeps you active without the need for medications and surgery.


So, if you have tried everything and your pain has not changed, then try looking at something above or below the level of your pain. This could be the difference between living with pain or doing everything you want without pain or worry.

If you have any questions, give us a call and talk to one of our experts today to find out how we can get you out of pain and back to your optimal, healthy lifestyle!

Reach us today at (904)-280-2002.