Lower Back Pain & Physical Therapy
• Adjusting your sleeping habits, or perhaps investing in a new mattress so that your back has more support at night. • Using more lumbar support at work or on your commute by using a special chair or chair cover. Lower back pain is a pain in the butt, but you don’t need to deal with it any longer. Reach out to your physical therapist for information and support overcoming lower back pain, and finally find long-term relief. Source https://www.acatoday.org/Patients/Health-Wellness-Information/Back-Pain-Facts- and-Statistics
Physical therapy is a great resource for lower back pain because it addresses the cause of the pain, rather than simply attempting to hide the symptoms. Working with a physical therapist can help you to experience improved range of motion, to restore strength to muscles in your lower back that may have experienced atrophy through lack of use, and also reduce tension in your lower back muscles through targeted massage. When working with a physical therapist, you may also be guided through different lifestyle changes that you can make that can help you begin to overcome your back pain with everyday activities. This can include: • Making changes to the type of shoes that you wear so that your back is getting more support with every step. Sometimes, using special insoles can significantly improve your back pain.
LOWER BACK PAIN & SCIATICA WORKSHOPS
Back pain and sciatica can ruin your life! If you’re tired of putting up with lingering pain or have questions regarding your own back problems, this workshop is for you!
Monday, July 15 7 PM - 8 PM Bristol Location
Wednesday, July 17 7 PM - 8 PM Southington Location
We will educate you on: • The single biggest mistake low back pain suffers make • 3 most common causes of back pain and sciatica
Single Knee To Chest While sitting, tighten your top thigh muscle to press the back of your knee downward towards the ground. Repeat 3 times.
Reserve your spot today by calling FYZICAL Therapy & Balance Centers at 203.272.8490 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org • How a back injury can cause pain, numbness and tingling in your legs • How to save time and money by picking the best treatment for your back problems!
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