Category: back pain

Herniated Discs Can Be Painful – Here’s How to Tell if You Have One

March 20th, 2021

Did You Know Physiotherapy Could Help Relieve Pain Caused by Herniated Discs? Could you have herniated disc pain? This type of pain can sneak up on you. You’re sitting comfortably watching TV and when you stand up, there’s a sharp pain that radiates through your back. If you’re experiencing pain in your lower back, you

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Is Back Pain Keeping You From Enjoying Life?

February 10th, 2021

Our bodies are always changing to adapt to our lifestyles. Sometimes we may notice that we’ve developed aches and pains that weren’t there before. Have you noticed that your back pain has gotten worse over the years? Is it getting in the way of your normal routines and becoming more than you can manage? Few

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The Top 5 Benefits of Physiotherapy Treatments for Back and Neck Pain

July 20th, 2020

Back and neck pain can have several underlying causes. For example, any changes in the spine’s anatomy can lead to back pain, such as lumbar degenerative disc disease, lumbar disc herniation, sacroiliac joint dysfunction, or osteoarthritis. Lumbar degenerative disc disease occurs when the spinal discs experience “wear and tear,” typically due to aging. When the

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3 Indicators That Your Sciatica May Require Physiotherapy Intervention

July 10th, 2020

Your sciatic nerves run from your lower back down your legs. People who suffer from sciatica typically describe a “shooting pain” sensation on one side of their body. While this condition does not always require medical treatment, physiotherapy can help ease your pain and lessen some of your other uncomfortable symptoms. So, how do you

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Herniated Discs: Could This be Causing Your Back Pain?

December 10th, 2020

Your spine is a complex part of the body. It is comprised of 24 bones, and 5 of them are located in the lower back. It is also comprised of numerous nerves and intervertebral discs. Sometimes, the jelly-like nucleus of these discs can “herniate,” or protrude, through the cell wall, if it is not strong

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