Conditions > Back Pain

Chronic back pain changes your life… and so can we.

*no medical referral necessary

Beyond back pain…

Chronic back pain is a multi-symptomatic problem, rearing its ugly head from as little as turning your head the wrong way. It may start small, almost unnoticeable, but gradually worsens over time, leading to a creeping impact over your daily mood, sleep habits, abilities, and cognitive function.

Relieving inflammation and chronic back pain can help you reclaim your life, your happiness, and your mobility in truly life changing ways.

At Ananda Clinics we target the source of your pain and the source of your relief simultaneously through the precise regulation of the body’s own Endocannabinoid System (ECS).

Multi-symptom relief with the ECS

Chronic back pain can manifest into sleep disturbances, unpredictable mood changes, and feelings of depression and anxiety, further disrupting any opportunities to heal and restore.

With pain, inflammation, sleep, and nervous system health all operating as a function of the body’s master regulator, the Endocannabinoid System (ECS), bringing this system back into optimal function can help relieve symptoms standing in the way of your relief.

Managing symptoms, without numbing and risking further damage, is vital to getting the body moving again and getting results from long term treatment. Regulating the ECS to help manage the symptoms of back pain as a part of long term treatment by managing:

  • Acute and chronic pain and inflammation
  • Increasing pain with movement, sitting, and standing
  • Morning and daytime stiffness
  • Insomnia and sleep disturbances
  • Anxiety related to chronic pain


Ananda Clinics’ treatment plans target the Endocannabinoid System to help relieve symptoms associated with chronic conditions.

Uncover what treatment options are available to you.

If you have experienced acute or chronic insomnia for three or more months, speak to our team today to discover how an Ananda Clinics treatment plan may support your pain management.

No referral required.

Am I eligible?

Patients may be eligible for medicinal cannabis if they have been suffering with chronic pain or another eligible health condition (see above) for an extended period of time and if other medications have not been successful in the treatment of their condition.