Lower back pain plagues people in crowds. Studies say that 80% of people will experience a back episode sometime in their life. That means that anyone reading this has a higher chance of having back problems than they do of avoiding them. This seems surprising as the back tends to be a strong and resilient part of the body. This is not the case, though. It turns out that the back, specifically, the lower back, is actually quite sensitive.
Since it appears in different ways for different reasons, ilower back pain can be hard to get proper treatment for. Falls, overuse, and arthritis can all cause pain in the lower back all the way down the legs.
We want to help you find relief. Here at Physio Health, we offer a wide range of therapies to help people manage their pain. From massage therapy to muscle strengthening, we can help you find a treatment plan that works. We will get to know your injury or problem and do our best to find a cause. Based on our diagnoses, we will create a treatment plan that incorporates different combinations of our therapies.
If you’re feeling aching in your back, tightness, sharp pain, pins and needles, numbness, or burning sensations, it’s time to start seeing someone. Manual physiotherapy, exercise therapy, and lifestyle changes are all great areas to start in when dealing with lower back pain.
Depending on how fast your body responds, you could feel better in days or it could take a couple of months for the treatments to take effect. Working with your body and giving it time to heal and relearn how to move is vital. Back pain can be helped, but sometimes it takes a while to fully feel the benefits of physiotherapy.