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The Surprising Cause of Your Leg Pain: Your Back!

Did You Know...

Your leg pain may be the result of a condition called radiculopathy. This occurs when a nerve in the spine is compressed. It can lead to pain and other symptoms that radiate to other parts of the body... like your leg!

The most common cause of this condition is a herniated disc in the spine. A herniated disc in your spine can put pressure on nearby nerves. You might experience symptoms such as numbness, tingling, or weakness.

The good news? Invasive procedures are not your only option. Chiropractic care can help you manage radiculopathy without risky medications or surgeries.

Why It Matters

Consulting with a movement-based healthcare professional who knows what to look for when it comes to back pain matters. It's estimated that just 3% to 5% of people with low back pain will have symptoms caused by radiculopathy.

Next Steps

You don't have to suffer with leg pain alone! And you don't have to resort to drugs and invasive treatments. You also don't have to take weeks off from work.

We're always here to help you identify the root cause of your low back pain. We're always here to answer your questions face to face. We're always here to provide the all-natural, non-invasive treatments that make sense for you.

Until next week, make time for your self-care. Be sure to have your next appointment scheduled and to favorite our social channels for more!