Lower limb pain can be caused by local problems relating to the joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons. However, it can also be the result of irritation to the nerves of the lower back.

Vertebral subluxations of the lower back can disrupt the nerve signals that supply the lower limb, thereby producing pain and dysfunction.

Chiropractic can assist with the following:

Groin Pain
Gluteal (buttock pain)
Degeneration and Stiffness
Restricted Movement
Pain about the knee cap otherwise known as patellofemoral tracking dysfunction
Sprains and Sporting Injuries
Pronation / Flat Feet (possibly causing other problems in the foot, knee, hip and lower back)
Heel Pain or Spurs
Achilles Tendinitis
Arch Pain
Ankle Sprains