Is back pain affecting your quality of life, making daily tasks and common movements such as sitting, standing, and bending difficult?
Whether you’re suffering from pain in your upper back (thoracic spine), lower back (lumbar spine) or tailbone (Coccyx), back pain is actually a common condition that will affect 70-90% of people at some point in their lives.
Fortunately, most back pain can be treated with physiotherapy, education, back care strategies, and the right back exercises.
Our experienced physiotherapists will accurately diagnose the cause of your back pain, provide relief from back pain with targeted back pain physiotherapy, address the issues that contribute to your back pain and equip you with strategies and exercises to avoid further back pain.
If you are suffering from back pain, these are some of the common symptoms you might be experiencing. You may suffer from more than one of these symptoms.
Your back is made up of bones (vertebrae and ribs), muscles, spinal discs, ligaments, tendons, nerves and other connective tissue like fascia. Your back pain can be associated with injury to or inflammation of any of these parts of your back.
Some of the common causes of back pain include:
Our Proactive Physiotherapy treatment for back pain always begins with an assessment of the cause of your back pain so we can tailor our treatments to your unique situation.
Your back pain physiotherapy may include all of some of the following treatments: manual therapy, soft tissue massage therapy, deep tissue therapy, trigger point therapy, joint manipulation, dry needle therapy, exercises, rehabilitation programs and activity/postural modifications.
We also have created a Pathway to Ultimate Spinal Health (PUSH spinal treatment programme) which is a hands-on and systematic spinal care approach designed to treat back and neck pain and help you reach the absolute best of your physical capability.
Physiotherapy is one of the most effective methods for the treatment of back pain, helping to reduce pain, restore movement and prevent further injury.