Lower back pain can occur as the result of an injury (lifting, bending, car accident, fall), a disc bulge or herniation, or more commonly presents without warning. Often times restrictions in your pelvis and or lower back in addition to the related changes in muscle tone, core strength, and gait patterns can be some likely causes leading to lower back issues.
Some instances lower back pain can radiate into different regions of the body. For example, if a nerve in the lower back is irritated it can create pain, tingling, numbness, or even weakness in to your leg. This is why we evaluate not only your muscles and bones, but your nerves as well. In doing so we are able to gather a comprehensive picture of what is going on and what the best treatment is going to be for that.
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