Pain in the lower back is commonly caused by an injury to a muscle, ligament or a disc. It can also be caused by any of the structures in the back such as vertebra. An injury can happen from improper lifting, poor posture, lack of regular exercise, a fractured or ruptured disc, or arthritis. About 80% of people will have some type of lower back pain in their life, and about 14% have pain lasting for more than two weeks. These injuries, if left untreated, can cause increased pain and damage to the spine. It can be corrected with chiropractic adjustments that realign the vertebrae. These adjustments help to reduce pain and relive pressure. It is a direct treatment approach that offers lasting results. If you are feeling any pain in the lower back, make an appointment and let us help you feel better today.