Health & Fitness Is That Nagging Pain Just Back Pain Or Could It Be Sciatica? Are you one of the approximately 85 percent of adults that are affected by low back pain during their lifetime?
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Physical therapist intervention includes strengthening of core muscle groups, including the abdominal wall, which has positive effectsonpeoplewith this condition. Exercise and hands on therapy have been shown to alleviate pain inmany people. In addition, education on how to protect your spine and remain active is beneficial. Our physical therapists are trained to identify your problem and plan out the most effective treatment for you. Along with building your core muscle groups, hands-on physical therapy to move your spine has shown to be very effective. Our physical therapists develop a safe and effective treatment program that is tailored to your specific needs and goals. Surgery should always be the last option, but too often people think of surgery as a cure all and are eager to embark on it without knowing the long term risks. Receiving care from our knowledgable and licensed physical therapists first, can improve your odds that you can quickly reduce your pain and maintain your quality of life. Call us today to learn more!
If you suffer with back pain or sciatica, knowthat lowcost results are closer than you think. Recent studies show that patients with low back pain should consider physical therapy first for their back pain, according to the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Another recent study, published in the Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, recommends that in most cases of low back degenerative disc disease (a common cause of lowback pain), the most effective treatment is physical therapy combined with anti-inflammatory medications. It concludes that physical therapy and anti-inflammatory drugs are the best options of non-surgical treatment of low back pain. Low back degenerative disc disease develops when the discs between your spineweaken (often due to repetitive strain), are injured or shrink from aging. As a result, thediscsareunable toholdnormal spacing and therefore, collapse increasing instability, causingback pain.
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