extreme lower back pain that won't go away with treatment

I have been having lower back pain. I have a reflexoligist who puts keeps putting my hips and lower back back in but they won't stay in. I went to a chiropractor who did x-rays and showed my L5 was tipped in more than it should be. He managed to crunch me as much as humanly possible and made me hurt worse than before and didn't manage to put either my hips or back back in. I feel like they are back in when my reflexoligist puts them in but I am still having the pain constantly and they still go back out in a matter of days. I don't want to waste time and money on more chiropractors that will only hurt me more. Do you have any ideas what could be causing the pain and are there exercises that would help to strengthen those muscles?

Posted By Nikii on January 23, 2009 at 09:54:57:

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