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BACK PROBLEM

BACK PAIN

Our physio can identify the factors contributing to your specific back problem and design a treatment plan and management programme that’s just right for you. They’ll also check if any underlying health conditions could be contributing to your back pain.

Your physio can help with:

  • Assessment and advice on your back pain

  • Mobilisation and manipulation as appropriate

  • Specific exercises to help your recovery

  • Designing a pain management plan

  • Education on how to manage any future back problems

  • Advice on returning to work, sport and general activities

  • Workstation assessments, ergonomic analysis and advice on specific work tasks

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BACK PROBLEM

LUMBAR SPONDYLOSIS

Many people will suffer from stiffness or localized pain at the involved area. People may have difficulty bending and/or rotating their back. Specific movements, including physical activity or staying in one position for too long may exacerbate pain. Symptoms are worst in the morning and at the end of the day.


Degenerative changes may put pressure on lumbar nerve root, pinching that nerve and causing pain, numbness, pins and needle or weakness on legs.


Severe spondylosis can cause spinal stenosis and apply pressure on the spinal cord. Patient will 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 Method

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BACK PROBLEM

DISC HERNIATION

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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 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.

Sign and symptoms of disc herniation

  • back pain

  • back spasms, cramping

  • refer pain in leg

  • numbness in lower limb

  • pins and needles in lower limb

Treatment Method

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BACK PROBLEM

SCOLIOSIS

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Scoliosis mean deformity of spine in S-shape or C-shape

Sign and symptoms of Scoliosis

  • a visibly curved spine

  • different in shoulder height

  • different in hip height

  • sticking out shoulder blade

  • the ribs sticking out on one side

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

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

  • Treatment Method

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BACK PROBLEM

SCIATICA

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Sciatica is a symptoms combination back pain and radiating pain down on back of a leg

Symptoms of sciatica can include:

  • Lower back pain

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

  • Pain in the buttock or leg that gets worse when sitting

  • Pain 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 Method