So I went to a chiropractor and every couple of weeks I went to a chiropractor. Work didn't appreciate it because I did it in work hours but they were the ones causing the problem. Looking back on it, it probably really wasn't the solution to the problem.
Back problems are basically for life. It is how you manage them throughout the rest of the your life that is key. I solved my back problem by taking up skating because it helps strenghten your core.
I think you would probably get more value out of seeing a physiotherapist or occupational therapist who can analyse what you are doing now which aggravates it. I am not sure what exercise you do because that can really help with back pain. Even walking can help because you are helping core strength. Most people stop exercising when they get back pain whereas exercising is probably what is going to make it better.
You mention the shoes. I had a great pair of shoes but everytime I wore them I ended up with a sore back. So it could even be the type of footwear which is causing your ankles and feet to destablise which then affects your back. And seeking massage therapy to work on the muscles around the problem area. I would do that before resorting to bone crunching which is what a chiropractor does.