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Back Pain

​Low back pain is a very common pain symptom. One out of three of us suffer from some kind of back pain every year, and many people live with chronic spinal pain.

The good news is that chiropractic has been shown over and over to be an effective treatment of back pain. Here's a collection of articles that discuss how chiropractic may aid in the treatment of back pain.

Back Pain and Chiropractic


Aortic Calcification, Disc Degeneration, and Back Pain

Back Pain: Basic Anatomy

Back Pain: Common Causes

Back Pain: Diagnosis

Back Pain, Fibromyalgia, and the Stress Response System

Back Pain: General Information and Symptoms

Chiropractic and Family Practice Physician Treatment Outcomes for Chronic, Recurrent Low-Back Pain

Chiropractic and Massage Beneficial for Back Pain

Chiropractic an Effective Treatment for Osteoarthritis

Chiropractic Increases Spinal Flexibility for Low Back Pain

Chiropractic Reduces Unnecessary Interventions in Low Back and Neck Pain Cases

Chiropractic Treatment of Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

Chiropractic Versus Active Exercise for Low Back Pain

Fear of Movement and Low Back Pain

Fear of Pain More Disabling than Actual Pain

Integrated Care More Cost-Effective for Low Back Pain

Job Satisfaction and the Transition from Acute to Chronic Back Pain

Manipulation, Mobilization and the Cervical Spine

Patient Satisfaction with Chiropractic Treatment for Low Back Pain

Physical Risk Factors and Back Pain

Predicting Outcomes in Low Back Pain Patients

Predictors of LBP and Return to Work

Prognostic Factors for Low Back Pain patients returning to work

Socioeconomic Impact of Back Pain

Stressful Life Events and Low Back Pain

Study shines light on who develops chronic low back pain

Treating Chronic Back Pain With Chiropractic

Waddell's Nonorganic Signs in Occupational Low Back Pain Patients