Back Pain & Sciatica

Have you ever experienced persistent backaches and mysterious leg pains that just won't go away? Back pain and sciatica issues are incredibly common problems that many people face.

Common Back & Sciatica Issues

Sciatica is a symptom of pain in the buttock, thigh, or the leg. Commonly, people who are experiencing pain in the buttock and thigh do not have pinched nerves, but rather referred pain from irritated structures in the back and sacroiliac area. Nerve based sciatica is a specific type of back pain caused by irritation or compression of lumbar or sacral nerves, which form the sciatic nerve that runs from your lower back down your legs. When this nerve gets irritated, it sends shooting pain down your buttocks and legs, often accompanied by tingling and numbness.

Back pain and sciatica can be a real pain in the neck (or back, to be more precise). However, chiropractic adjustments offer an effective solution to these common issues. By addressing and providing personalized care, chiropractors can help you get back to enjoying a pain-free life.

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Everyone's pain is unique.


Chiropractic care focuses on natural healing before resorting to surgery. It's a non-invasive approach that respects your body's ability to heal itself.

Personalized Treatment

Chiropractors tailor their treatments to your specific needs. They address the root cause of your pain rather than just masking the symptoms.

Proven Results

Countless individuals have found relief through chiropractic care. Many studies have shown its effectiveness in treating back pain and sciatica.

Preventative Approach

Chiropractic care isn't just about pain relief; it's also about preventing future issues. By improving spinal health and posture, you can enjoy a better quality of life in the long run.

Our comprehensive clinic is equipped to meet you exactly as you are.

Causes and Symptoms

There are various reasons behind back pain and sciatica. The most common culprits include muscle, joint, and disc irritation from repetitive postures or movement. Arthritis, herniated discs, and spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal) may lead to back and leg symptoms. Sometimes, it's hard to pinpoint the exact cause, leaving you frustrated and in pain. The symptoms of these issues can be quite similar, making it tricky to self-diagnose. You might experience muscle stiffness, localized pain in the back or buttocks, pain that radiates down your legs (in the case of sciatica), and limited mobility. These symptoms can affect your quality of life, making everyday tasks a real challenge.

How a Chiropractor Can Treat These Issues

The good news is there's a safe and effective treatment for back pain and sciatica issues. Chiropractors are experts in the musculoskeletal system and the spine. They use a non-invasive approach to alleviate back pain and sciatica.

  • Spinal Adjustments: Chiropractors perform spinal adjustments, using precise and controlled force to realign your vertebrae. This helps reduce nerve irritations and improve overall spinal function, which can provide relief from both back pain and sciatica.
  • Spinal Decompression and Flexion-Distraction: This innovative approach involves stretching the spine using a specialized traction table, offering potential relief from a range of spinal issues.
  • Exercise Therapy: Our chiropractors incorporate exercises into their treatment plans. These exercises can strengthen the muscles supporting your spine, making it less prone to pain and injury.
  • Ergonomic Advice: Chiropractors can also provide guidance on proper ergonomics and posture. Simple adjustments to your workspace or daily habits can make a world of difference in preventing future issues.
  • Nutritional Counseling: Believe it or not, nutrition can play a role in back pain. Chiropractors may offer dietary advice to reduce inflammation and promote healing.