Chronic Back pain : Understanding and Resolving It
Is chronic back pain preventing you from doing things you love?
Be it playing with your children or going for a casual evening jog, chronic back pain can have a severe impact on your mobility and function - preventing you from doing the things you love. The constant uncertainty about why it won't go away can also lead to increased stress and anxiety about your health.
Common causes of back pain
In the modern society, most back and neck aches can be attributed to a sedentary lifestyle, constant usage of mobile devices and improper workplace ergonomics for desk bound workers. The common back conditions are:
Physiotherapy for back pain
The good news is that there is no necessity for you to suffer from the physical and emotional effects of back pain - 80% of adults experience back aches at least once in their lives and can be resolved with proper care and treatment.
Here at Core Concepts, we emphasize on continuous training due to evolving technology and new studies, ensuring that the care you receive is of the highest standards. We aim not only to get you better, but to help you stay better as well, often digging deeper to find out the root cause of the problem instead of simply treating the superficial symptoms. Our therapists use a combination of traditional exercise, passive physical therapy and manual therapy techniques to help you get back to your activities pain free.
During your first assessment, your attending physiotherapist will find out more about the history of your back pain as well as your goals coming in to the session. For some, it can be as simple as pain relief, while others wish to go back to competitive sporting. A physical examination will be done before your therapist comes to a diagnosis and a suitable treatment plan.
Seek treatment today
Many people choose not to actively seek for a solution to their back problems as they think that back pain is something that will go away with time. In most cases, not addressing your back pain would lead to a worsening of the condition, attributed to the continuous repetition of the activity causing a strain on your back. Take charge of your life today - don't let your back pain prevent you from spending time with your friends and loved ones doing the activities that you love. Contact us today to schedule an assessment with our team of physiotherapists to find out the exact cause of your back pain and how it can be solved.