Back Pain: How Can Physio Help?
Helping people suffering from back pain get back to their former self with physiotherapy.
Those that have suffered from back pain will know it is no laughing issue. It can make day to day living a mission in itself, when you should be out enjoying life! If you are looking for a solution to your back pain woes you’ll be happy to know you’re not alone. In fact, a majority of back pain symptoms can be treated at the the cause with physiotherapy. Physiotherapists focus on a variety of root areas that can be responsible for back pain, such as weak core stability, immobility, poor strength, incorrect posture and even misinformation on how to handle your back. If you are experiencing back pain it is important to seek a professional assessment by a musculoskeletal specialist.
We're so convinced you'll love physio, that we even offer a FREE initial assessment. This appointment is a 15 minute, no-obligation assessment where you can explore how physiotherapy could benefit you. If you love it, we'll even treat you for half price, right then and there!
What can physiotherapists treat?
Herniated Disc ("Slipped" Disc)
Sprained it? Jarred it? 'Popped' it? Woke up on the wrong side of the bed? Acute or chronic, spinal pain doesn't have to immobilise you. Get moving again, with physio. Read more...
Back Muscle Strain
Went to stand up straight and felt a twinge in your back? Playing with the kids and back spasmed? Fear not! Physiotherapy is just what you need to rid the pain and get back to doing the things you love again!
Unrelenting pain that makes no sense? Tried it all before with no success? Doctor told you, "learn to live with it"? You're complex, but pain doesn't have to be. We can help you take back control.
Back Ligament Sprain
Sport is a great way to stay active and burn off that unnecessary work stress. Every now and then, something goes a bit amiss and you're flat on your bum. No fear, we'll get you back to your A-game, or better. It's just what we do! Read more...
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes pain and swelling in the joints. This happens because the immune system attacks the lining of the joints causing inflammation and joint damage. Read more...
Ankylosing spondylitis, or AS, is a form of arthritis that primarily affects the spine, although other joints can become involved. It causes inflammation of the spinal joints (vertebrae) that can lead to severe, chronic pain and discomfort. Read more...
... and so much more! These are simply the most common conditions, but anything muscular, joint or skeletal in nature is where physiotherapy shines. Physiotherapist's are also qualified in rehab, pilates, hydrotherapy and exercise prescription. There's a reason physiotherapists are considered the movement specialists!
How does it all work?
They also give a little bit of homework, usually exercises. These are are designed to decrease pain, improve strength and restore function, and are vital to your recovery.
Okay, so now what?
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Wait, there's STILL MORE?
Yep! We're so convinced you'll love physio, that we even offer a FREE initial assessment. This appointment is a 15 minute, no-obligation assessment where you can explore how physiotherapy could benefit you. If you love it, we'll even treat you for half price, right then and there!