Back pain is a complex and highly subjective experience that can vary greatly from person to person. While it is often viewed as a physical ailment, back pain can also be influenced by psychological, movement and social factors. Additionally, the root cause of back pain can be difficult to pinpoint, as it may be the result of a variety of factors such as poor posture, previous injuries, compensation patters, muscle strain, or spinal issues. Individuals may have different levels of pain tolerance and perception, leading to variations in how they describe and experience their back pain. Therefore, diagnosing and treating back pain can be a challenging process that requires careful consideration of the individual's unique circumstances and needs. At Adapt we look at the entirety of a patients story to better understand how this pain started and how it lead to you seeking treatment. This way we can address all of the issues from the start rather than simply treating symptoms. Acupuncture and specifically electro-acupuncture can play a massive role in creating adaptive change within the spine and neuromuscular system.