Lower back pain is a widespread condition, which affects almost 80% of the population at some point in their life. It is most often caused by a muscle strain, damage to the discs, compression of the nerves and improper movement of the joints of the spine.
Low back pain treated by spinal manipulative therapy, which involves the application of pressure to the spine joints. Studies have shown that this treatment can relieve mild to moderate low back pain and it is just as effective as taking pain-relieving medications. In addition to reducing the pain, spinal manipulative therapy also improves physical functioning and helps you move and walk better.
After consulting a chiropractor for your lower back pain, you can also try some self-care exercise treatment at home given by your chiropractor.