Immediate and Lasting Back Pain Relief Treatment
Looking for back pain relief? You are not alone – As many as 80% of all adults in the world have experienced back pain at least once in their life. Unsurprisingly, the most common condition people experience is back related, with men and women equally affected. While many tend to not seek medical help, it is important to know that it can worsen if left untreated.
If you’ve tried various methods for back pain relief but can’t seem to find a lasting solution for your persistent pain – Core Concepts’ physiotherapy may have your answer. Compared to other types of solutions such as painkillers and home remedies that only offer temporary pain relief, Physiotherapy can provide you with a permanent solution. This is because we do not only treat the symptoms, but we also fix the underlying cause of your pain.
What is Back Pain Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapists are experts in human anatomy and are experts in matters relating to muscles, bones, joints, tendons, and ligaments. Physiotherapy aims to relieve pain and treat the condition through methods such as manual therapy, manipulation, and exercises. Physiotherapy does not involve any medication or surgery but our physiotherapists can refer you to a specialist and work closely with them if necessary.
It is important to seek medical advice from a physiotherapist to get an accurate diagnosis of your condition. Only after getting an accurate diagnosis, then will you be able to apply the appropriate treatment methods to resolve the pain. Instead of self-diagnosing and risking the chance of an inaccurate diagnosis, it would be better to consult with our physiotherapists.
Common Back Pain Conditions that we treat
Here are some common back conditions that we treat – we can treat most back pain conditions and can refer you to a specialist if necessary. Not certain of your condition? Come down for an assessment and we will help you figure it out.
- Slipped Disc
- Pinched Nerve
- Sprains and Strains
- For more back-related conditions
Lenia has been friendly and caring in her therapy. Most importantly she has been professional and helped me a lot with my back pain. She always prescribes easy to remember exercises that I can do at home to reduce my pain. I would not hesitate to recommend Core Concept to anyone who needs the help of a physiotherapist.
Physiotherapy Provides More than Just Immediate Back Pain Relief
Immediate Pain Relief – Getting Better
During your first session, your physiotherapist will run a thorough assessment to accurately determine the cause of your pain. Afterwhich, your physiotherapist will help to provide immediate pain relief through manual therapy by releasing tight knots or reducing the compression in your spine. This will ensure that you will walk out of our door in significantly less pain than when you first came to us.
Effective Back Pain Relief
Here at Core Concepts, we practice a value-based healthcare system – where we aim to maximize your rehabilitation potential. Our goal is to get you feeling better at the soonest with as few sessions as possible. During your first session, your physiotherapist will also find out more about your treatment goals and develop a treatment plan that is suited to your needs.
Lasting Pain Relief – Staying Better
Instead of only fixing the obvious symptoms, we dive deeper to find out the root cause of your pain. We work on resolving that as well to ensure that the pain does not return. Your treatment plan will also include fixing the root cause of your back pain to ensure that it does not trigger a recurrence of the problem for you again.
Better than Before
Apart from simply providing back pain relief, for some cases, we can maximise your rehab potential. Going beyond what you were capable of doing before the incident. You may have been able to walk for 5km before feeling pain in your back previously. You may have started going for physiotherapy after straining your back. We can help you to do better than simply going back to walking 5km without discomfort. You could aim to walk even further without discomfort.
Core Concepts – Back Pain Relief Specialists
Back pain is more complicated than you think – very often, the answer to what’s causing your pain is far deeper than what you expect. The spine is an intricate system that holds 33 bones, joints, ligaments and muscles.
Your spine is also responsible for holding your body upright, supporting daily body movements like walking and moving around. It is important to note that your spine is not an isolated part of the body – it can be affected by other parts of the body as well.
The human anatomy is an interlinked system of bones, muscles, joints, ligaments that help you to perform your daily functions. Thus when one part of the body starts hurting, there is a possibility that the pain could be attributed to another part of the body.
One simple movement such as taking a step involves not only the leg but the entire body. For instance, if your knee is injured, it could result in back pain. This occurs because you are unable to take steps normally. This could result in additional pressure on the back, causing back strain or pain. Or vice-versa.
Pain, like a fever, is a symptom and could be an indication of a multitude of problems. Medication can get rid of the fever, but without going to the doctor to get a proper diagnosis, you will be unable to find out the root cause of the fever. Without treating the root cause, the fever will likely return. And the body has an amazing to heal and recover from a whole host of problems.
Likewise, pain is a symptom and you can temporarily relieve the pain through pain medication and hot compresses. Without consulting a physiotherapist, you will not be able to find out the root cause of your pain. If your body cannot adequately heal, it often leads to chronic issues and long-term problems later on. Other times it doesn’t heal right like a broken bone not set properly. Your physiotherapist can help you do that.
At Core Concepts, we understand the importance of diagnosing and treating the root cause to prevent a recurrence. We are firm believers in ‘The Thinking Physiotherapist’ and acknowledge that pain is a symptom and has various layers.
Our first step is determining the root cause of the problem by digging deeper into the symptoms layer by layer. After determining the root cause, we resolve the multiple layers of pain you feel. Instead of just simply temporarily relieving your pain symptoms, we also aim to fix the underlying cause. After, we ensure that your pain doesn’t return by making sure your body is stronger and more functional.
Stop living with back pain, let us help you resolve your back pain with physiotherapy today. Contact us today!
Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Back Pain
- Nearly everyone has back pain at some point in their life. True or false?
True. This is a very common symptom that affects around 80% of all adults at some point in their life. It tends to develop between the age of 30 to 50 due to the ageing process and sedentary lifestyles.
- How important is a good mattress for the back?
Finding a mattress with the right level of support encourages a comfortable and uninterrupted sleep while taking significant stress off pressure points in your back, therefore providing pain relief. Memory foam and latex mattresses are recommended for those seeking support.
- What treatments are available for back pain?
Some of the treatments methods that we employ are manual therapy and strengthening exercises. Your treatment plan will be determined by your therapist after assessing your condition. For more severe cases, surgery may be required. We can refer you to a specialist if required.
- What can I do to prevent back pain?
Certainly, Prevention is better than finding a cure for it. One of the best ways to prevent pain is to keep your back muscles strong. Some methods of prevention include:
1. Back strengthening and stretching exercises at least 2 days a week
2. Stand periodically and sit up straight
3. Avoid lifting heavy items with your back. Bend your knees and let your leg muscles do most of the work
- When should I see a physiotherapist?
Seeking a physiotherapist as early as possible would allow an efficient recovery period. Above all, you should seek a physiotherapist immediately if you have been experiencing severe pain. Seek help if your pain is limiting your movement or gets worse with movement or certain activities. At Core Concepts, we are dedicated to addressing your issues and getting you back to full activity.
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