Leg pain can affect any area of your lower extremity, from your buttocks and hips down to your toes. While injuries are a frequent culprit, they aren’t the only explanation. We also treat leg pain caused by repetitive motions and chronic conditions that develop over time, such as plantar fasciitis, IT band syndrome, patellar tendonitis, and even joint degeneration.

The best treatment for leg pain depends on the specific cause and its severity. Whether your pain stems from everyday wear and tear, overuse, injury, or an underlying medical condition, our goal is to help you find relief. Here are some reasons to see a doctor for your leg pain:

  • Joint Injuries: This could involve the facet joints in your spine, the sacroiliac joint in your pelvis, or other areas.
  • Nerve Issues: Problems with your lumbar spine’s nerves, like radiculopathy or sciatica, can cause leg pain.
  • Spinal Conditions: Conditions like spinal stenosis, disc degeneration, spondylolisthesis, or spondylysis can all contribute to leg pain.
  • Muscle Issues: Muscle spasms, strains, and imbalances can lead to leg discomfort.
  • Serious Conditions: In rare cases, leg pain might indicate a tumor, infection, or fracture.


Our chiropractors are experts at identifying the source of your leg pain and developing a personalized treatment plan to get you back on your feet.