Back Pain Treatment Huntleys Point
Back pain can make your life less enjoyable. It affect your life in many ways and can take away from your quality of life including at work and during physical activity. Physiotherapy may be the solution to your back pain and enable you to return to the movement and activity you love.
Physiotherapy is a non-invasive form of treatment that incorperates various physical manipulation and massage techniques. Physiotherapists are highly qualified and experienced health professionals who understand the cause of back pain and are skilled in making your recovery as smooth and fast as possible.
Causes of Back Pain
Back pain affects approximately 80% of people at some point. Lower back pain can result from many reasons, but is usually not serious. Despite this, because it is so common, it has a significant impact on many people’s lives.
Back pain is often the result of irritation and poor function of bones and muscles. Vertebrae compression, for example, can lead to the entrapment of nerves, causing pain.
Your Physiotherapist will perform a detailed history, orthopaedic, neurological and spinal examination to determine the exact cause of your lower back pain.
Five Dock Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre proudly offer quality Physio assessment and treatment to residents in Five Dock and surrounds including Drummoyne, Concord, Burwood, Croydon, Homebush, Abbotsford, Ashfield & Haberfield. For comprehensive assessment and treatment, book online today. Our Physiotherapy clinic is located at 451 Lyons Road West, Five Dock, NSW 2046
Physiotherapy treatment of back pain focuses on restoring function to poorly moving spinal joints, as well as reducing muscle tension and increasing muscle strength. This results in improved movement, reduced pain and deceased nerve irritation.
Treatments are tailored to the individual case usually consisting of spinal and soft tissue mobilisation, core stabilization advice, strengthening exercises, stretching and heat/cold therapy. Get in touch today for a comprehensive assessment of your back pain!
Tips for looking after your back
- Exercise regularly and try to maintain a healthy weight to decrease the load on your spine.
- Try not to sit for long periods of time. Take short breaks regularly.
- Be mindful of your posture, try not to slouch or slump.
- Be careful when lifting. Keep your back straight, bend at the hips and knees and tighten your core prior to picking up an object.
- Make sure you have a supportive bed.
- We have more helpful hints and tips that can help with back pain. Our main philosophy is prevention is better than cure.