Back Pain Treatment Albury-Wodonga

Looking For Back Pain Relief?

You have come to the right place!​​​


There is both bad news and good news when it comes to Back Pain.


The Bad News

Research has shown that over 80% of people will experience back pain at some point in their life* . This can make it difficult to exercise, play sports, or even get to the grocery store. *JMPT, 2009

​The Good News

Researchers have also found that chiropractic care can not only help get you back on track after an injury but could also help prevent future episodes of low back pain from occurring. *Spine, 2011


Keeping your back healthy is much more important than just avoiding aches and pains. A stable and supported back is essential to maintaining a high quality of life.

Causes of Back Pain


The spine can shift out of alignment (Subluxation) from any of the above-mentioned factors/activities. Subluxation interferes with the nerves - the messages that travel from your brain to the rest of your body so that your body struggles to heal itself.


Pain can be the way your body is telling you it has subluxation / is out of alignment. Subluxations can occur in other areas of the spine too like your neck and your mid-back.

Spinal Degeneration

When the spine is subluxated or misaligned and remains uncorrected, spinal degeneration can occur. The discs, the spacers between vertebrae, become compressed and the spinal bones themselves deteriorate with rough edges and spurs. This degeneration then puts even more pressure on the nerves which can cause (even more) low back pain.

Herniated Disc

If spinal degeneration remains uncorrected, the pressure on the jelly-like middle of the discs can cause it to ‘herniate’ or ‘rupture’, pressing on the sensitive nerves around the spine. When the disc herniates at L4/5 it can press on the sciatic nerve causing buttock, thigh, leg or even foot pain.


A defect or fracture of one or both wing-shaped parts of a vertebra that can cause the vertebrae to slip forward over the bone below. Typically it occurs at L5 and can cause a dull, gnawing ache in your low back and aching legs especially when you stand still for a long time.


A health condition that weakens bones, making them fragile and more likely to break. It develops slowly over several years and is often only diagnosed when a fall or sudden impact causes a bone to break (fracture).

Spinal Stenosis

A narrowing of the spine space around the spinal cord, typically the result of osteoarthritis/ degeneration and puts pressure on the spinal cord causing chronic low back pain.


An abnormal, sideways curvature of the spine, especially when left to degenerate, can cause chronic back pain and disability.

There are also a number of traumas that can contribute to Back Pain:

  • Lack of exercise

  • Excess weight

  • Heavy lifting

  • Smoking

  • ​Prolonged lying down

  • Slouching

  • Driving for long periods of time

  • Stress

  • Motor vehicle accidents

  • Repetitive exercise on hard surfaces

  • Repetitive work postures of bending and twisting

Chiropractic Care for Back Pain

​Sometimes, no matter what you do to try and help yourself the problem just won’t go away on its own.

This is where a chiropractor can come in.

It's been shown that:

  • Adjustments are more effective at reducing pain than many commonly prescribed medications;

  • Adjustments provide more patients with relief than spinal injections;

  • Patients have just as much relief with chiropractic adjustments as they do with surgery. *JMPT, 2013

With combined evidence and a patient-based approach, we will work with your body to help you get your life back.

Chiro Dr Janine Adams​

First Chiropractic Visit

We will be there to welcome you as soon as you open the door. During your first visit to House of Chiropractic in Albury-Wodonga, our Chiropractor will listen to you to find out what is wrong.


If they think you may be out of alignment a thorough examination will be recommended. This will include digital postural analysis. It may be necessary to have some x-rays taken of your spine. We will explain all the steps involved.


Please allow around 30 - 45 minutes for your first visit.

If we think chiropractic care can help you, you may have your first spinal correction ('adjustment') at this visit. This is completely different for everyone.  We use a range of techniques depending on what is best suited for you and your health concerns.

We'd Love to Hear from You!

Truly we would. Our Chiropractic House is warm and welcoming and waiting for you. Simply tap the green button above to book your first visit online or CONTACT US - we'll be happy to answer any questions you may have!