The interconnectedness of the body dictates that when one part of the body moves out of alignment the position and function of other areas is also affected. Therefore, painful symptoms of lower back pain may not be caused by dysfunction/injury to the structures of the lower back, but rather as a result of this area of the body compensating to make up for limitations and/or problems elsewhere. Learn from Justin Price (creator The BioMechanics Method) about common musculoskeletal imbalances in the lower body (i.e., feet/ankles, knees, hips and pelvis) and how these issues can lead to symptoms of lower back pain.