Back Pain Physiotherapy
If you’ve ever suffered from back pain of any kind, you know how debilitating it can be. Certainly, low back pain may be the worst because your core is compromised, but even mid-back or upper-back pain can be nearly as bad because most movement requires the use of your spine in some capacity or another. Physiotherapy, when done by a trained professional, can achieve amazing results in terms of facilitating your healing and getting you physically sound once again.
Symptoms of any type of back pain can involve :-
- Aching in your muscles
- Sharp or dull pain
- Pain that worsens after standing for long periods
- Radiating pain
- Difficulty standing up straight
Your back refers to the entire length of your body from your neck down to your tailbone. And because your spinal cord emits nerves along it’s length, back pain can have a large number of related issues such as tingling and numbness, pricking sensations, burning sensations, and combinations thereof. These are known as ‘paresthesias’, and can be considered serious or not so serious. Your physiotherapist will be able to tell which conditions they can treat, and which require more extensive assessment.
More commonly, a back issue in one area can lead to issues in other areas if left untreated for long periods, hence the problem with treating this type of pain with only medication. If you simply use drugs to dull your upper back pain, for example, you might then injure your lower back as your body tries to compensate for a body that isn’t walking upright due to injury. Your physiotherapist will be able to not only treat the issue causing you back pain, but will be able to also give you exercises when necessary to help permanently correct your posture and prevent further complications.
Essentially, your treatment in physiotherapy for back pain should involve manual therapy over the use of machines. The benefit of manual therapy is that you are more likely to achieve positive results that have longer lasting effects. Machines in physiotherapist offices enable the physiotherapist to treat more than one patient at a time, but they inhibit the ability of the therapist to give better, lasting healing.
Sometimes it is the manual therapy plus exercise instruction that enables the improved flexibility and pain reduction you’re looking for. Be sure to follow instructions on exercise closely when given, and even write things down and ask lots of questions. You should have some follow-up sessions with your physiotherapist as well, to ensure that you are doing the exercises properly and that you are achieving your goals towards pain reduction and improved quality of life.
Although there are a number of hospitals and clinics offering back pain physiotherapy, we believe we’re the best clinic where you can get the best physiotherapy treatment for your back pain, whether acute or chronic. At our clinic, well make things possible for you and make sure you get the treatment you require to get back to your normal health condition as soon as possible. We’ve different specialists experienced enough to offer you the best medical attention according to your needs. We have physiotherapists with a vast experience in the field fully dedicated to offering you the best of care for your back pain. Last but not the least, at our clinic you are going to find back pain physiotherapy treatment that suits your budget.
Back Physio Sessionby certified physiotherapist
- Done by certified Physiotherapist
- Call us to get an appointment
- Pay at clinic after session
Back Care Sessionby OHD
- Consultation and examination by Occupational Health Doctor (OHD)
- Focus on work related illness
- Include OHD endorsed work modification
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40000 Shah Alam, Selangor