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Back Pain

back pain treatment

Back pain is very common and affects most people at some point in their lives. The structure of the spine is very complex involving joints, discs, muscles, ligaments and nerves. Any of these structures can become injured by bending or twisting awkwardly, lifting and carrying, poor posture and overuse. In some cases, the back pain can suddenly develop for no apparent reason. In most cases, the pain is not caused by anything serious, however early back pain treatment is preferable to avoid longer term problems.


Some causes of back pain:

Prolapsed disc or ‘slipped disc’.
Sciatica and ‘trapped nerves’.
Arthritis or ‘spondylosis’.

Physiotherapy back pain treatment:

Various physiotherapy treatments are available to treat you back pain.  Following assessment, your physiotherapist will discuss the most appropriate treatment options for your condition or injury.  Treatments might include:

Manipulation and mobilisation – to ease stiffness and restore movement in the joints.
Therapeutic massage – alleviating tension in painful muscles and encouraging circulation.
Acupuncture – for pain relief and relaxation of muscle tension.
Exercise therapy and Pilates – to maintain flexibility and core strength.

Check out the Physiotherapy Clinic’s Blog article on ‘Top Tips for a Healthy Back’.


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