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BACK PAIN
AND
SPINAL CONDITIONS

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BACK PAIN

Are you struggling with persistent back pain that hurts, including discomfort in the lower back, and impacts your daily activities? Our physiotherapy clinic specialises in providing effective solutions for back pain, including discomfort in the bottom back. We understand how debilitating back pain can be, and we're here to help you find relief and regain control of your life.

Our Approach:

  • Thorough assessment and expert advice tailored to your needs

  • Gentle mobilisation and manipulation techniques to alleviate muscle tension

  • Personalised exercise programmes targeting weak muscles and improving flexibility

  • Pain management strategies including heat or cold therapy, massage, and relaxation techniques

  • Education on back pain prevention and posture improvement

  • Guidance on safely returning to work, sports, or daily activities

  • Workstation assessments and ergonomic advice for a healthy posture and reduced strain on your lower back

Don't let back pain hold you back from enjoying life. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step towards a pain-free future.

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DISC HERNIATION

Spinal discs are the shock-absorbing rings of fibrocartilage and glycoprotein that separate your bony vertebral bodies while allowing movement at each spinal level and providing enough room for the major spinal nerves to exit from the spinal canal and travel to your limbs.

A disc herniation can potentially press against or irritate the nerve where it exits from the spine. In some cases, the spinal disc may also become dislocated, further exacerbating the issue.

Signs and Symptoms of Disc Herniation and Dislocated Spinal Disc:

  • Back pain

  • Back spasms and cramping

  • Referred pain in the leg

  • Numbness in the lower limb

  • Pins and needles sensation in the lower limb

Treatment Methods:

 

Take charge of your spinal health and reclaim your freedom. Reach out to our skilled physiotherapists now to address disc herniation and dislocated spinal discs, and get back to living life on your terms.

 

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SCOLIOSIS

Scoliosis refers to a deformity of the spine characterised by an S-shape or C-shape curvature.

Signs and Symptoms of Scoliosis:

  • A visibly curved spine

  • Differences in shoulder height

  • Differences in hip height

  • Sticking out shoulder blade

  • Ribs sticking out on one side

  • X-rays can measure the degree of curvature of the spine

  • If left untreated, scoliosis can cause lung and heart problems

Treatment Methods:

Don't let scoliosis impact your quality of life. Seek treatment from our experienced physiotherapists today to address scoliosis and regain control of your spine health.

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SCIATICA

Sciatica is a symptom combination of back pain and radiating pain down the back of a leg.

Symptoms of Sciatica can include:

  • Lower back pain

  • Burning, numbness, pins and needles, or weakness in the lower back that radiates down the back of one leg

  • Pain in the buttock or leg that worsens when sitting

  • Pain that may alleviate while coughing and sneezing

  • Pain that makes it difficult to stand from a sitting position

  • Weakness or numbness in the leg or foot

Treatment Methods:

Put an end to the disruption caused by Sciatica. Reach out to our experienced physiotherapists today and reclaim control over your nerve and joint well-being.

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LUMBAR SPONDYLOSIS

Many people will experience stiffness or localised pain in the affected area. Difficulty bending and/or rotating the back may also be common. Specific movements, such as physical activity or prolonged periods in one position, can worsen the pain. Symptoms tend to be more pronounced in the morning and towards the end of the day.

 

Degenerative changes associated with lumbar spondylosis can put pressure on the lumbar nerve root, leading to nerve compression and resulting in pain, numbness, pins and needles, or weakness in the legs.

 

In severe cases, spondylosis may lead to spinal stenosis, causing pressure on the spinal cord. This can result in global weakness, gait dysfunction, loss of balance, sensory changes in the hands and feet, and loss of bowel and/or bladder control.

Treatment Methods:

Don't let lumbar spondylosis limit your quality of life. Seek treatment from our experienced physiotherapists today to address your symptoms and regain control of your spinal health.

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