Physiotherapy In Back pain Back pain is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide with 60-80% of people experiencing back pain once during the course of their life. If you complain about back pain lasting more than a couple of weeks, your doctor is likely to refer you to the best physiotherapist in Ghaziabad. And while back pain may seem severe, causes of back pain are often repairable by good physiotherapy.
What happens when you first see a Physiotherapist? During your first appointment, the physiotherapist will try to determine what kind of pain they are dealing with. Is it acute (0-6weeks), subacute (6-12weeks), or chronic (>12weeks)? This will be followed by a detailed physical examination which includes understanding the functioning of your back and special tests and neurological assessment. Based on this information, the treatment will be tailored to the specific cause of your back pain.
Presentation of Back pain Back pain manifests itself in many ways. Localized pain is felt usually in the lower back (above your tailbone) and buttocks. Radiating pain occurs when along with back-pain, pain also travels down the leg or foot. Radiating pain can also occur in the form of numbness and/or tingling and is usually the result of nerves being irritated. Sometimes, symptoms can occur in the leg, without actually being felt in the back. This is called referred pain. More often, back pain results from lifestyle factors, such as prolonged sitting, being in poor physical condition, and bending and lifting improperly.
Back Pain Relief & Protection Alleviating your back pain is the main reason that you seek treatment for it. The best physiotherapist in Ghaziabad will use an array of treatment tools to reduce your pain and inflammation. These include ice or heat, electrical modalities (TENS, IFT, dry needling, de-loading taping techniques, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization), which along with medications help in reducing pain.
RESTORATION OF FUNCTION Based on your examination, the best treatment options for your low back pain could be: 1) Manual therapy (hands-on mobilization of the joints in your back): Physiotherapists skilled in manual therapy will use precise hands-on techniques to relieve pain, stiffness, and improve the movement of the joints and muscles of your spine. 2) Movement exercises: These exercises restore motion and decrease radiating or referred pain. If the problem stems from irritation or pressure on a nerve from a disk bulge or spinal stenosis, pain often travels down the leg and there may be numbness, tingling, and weakness. Leg pain may be worse than back pain.
3) Progressive strengthening exercises: This group of exercises focuses on core stability and endurance. People with back pain often have a difficult time engaging the correct muscles. When deep spinal muscles weaken, other surrounding muscles become overly tight as they try to stabilize the spine, but that’s not their role, and pain and tightness will often develop in them. The goal of stabilization exercises is to re-train the deep muscles. Click here to book physiotherapist in Ghaziabad. https://www.spiralshealth.com/ghaziabad/physiotherapist
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