Have pain in your lower back?

Updated: Jul 12



Our everyday activities can put stress on your lower back – sitting for long hours at work, perhaps your work involves heaving lifting, you forgot to warm up before exercise or a sports activity, even stress can cause your joints and back to feel pain.


One interesting observation about pain is, the source of the pain may stem from another area of your body or symptoms can travel further if not addressed.


Learn about injuries and conditions associated with body pain and how our experts can help.


From automobile accidents to sports injuries to repetitive stress, chiropractic treatment can help heal the specific injuries to your muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves.

If you suffer from chronic pain that is affecting your lower back muscles and nerves, it can be managed with an individualized chiropractic treatment plan.

Strain is an injury to a muscle or tendon that may present in small or larger tears or stretching of the fibres.

The Canadian Chiropractic Association has great information on Joint Degeneration as people age can occur in most people as they age referring to degeneration as “wear and tear."

A pinched nerve can occur in multiple places throughout your body. In the case of the back, a herniated disk in your lower spine, for example, may put pressure on a nerve root, causing pain that radiates down the back of your leg.

During your initial assessment with the Chiropractor, they may recommend different types of modalities to address lower back pain, individualized to your specific needs.


Contact Dr. McHardy, at Parkway Back and Foot Pain Clinic, and book an assessment of your particular concern with pain.

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