Back Pain Physiotherapy

Relieve your back pain through our physiotherapy services. Most commonly, mechanical issues and soft-tissue injuries are the cause of low back pain. These injuries can include damage to the intervertebral discs, compression of nerve roots, and improper movement of the spinal joints. The single most common cause of lower back pain is a torn or pulled muscle and/or ligament.

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What are Back Pain Causes?

Among the most common causes of back pain are poor sitting posture, bad lifestyle, frequent forward bending and lifting heavy items. Typically, people who work in an environment that involves sitting for longer duration experience this kind of mechanical back pain problem. Though it is not a serious condition, it can be quite uncomfortable to experience constant ache or pain in the back.

Back pain becomes a regular condition in elderly people. Women are also vulnerable to back pain both during and post pregnancy.

What are Back Pain Causes

Causes of Chronic Lower Back Pain

  • Disc prolapse
  • Osteoporosis
  • Joint impingement
  • Strains & Sprains
  • Abnormal posture
  • Prolong sitting
  • Arthritis
  • Skeletal irregularities
  • Poor muscle flexibility
  • Fracture
  • Sciatica
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Treatments for Lower Back Pain


Many treatment options for low back pain can be tailored to an individual patient’s needs. Treatments include care administered at home, medicinal remedies, alternative care, or even surgery.

Depending on the patient’s diagnosis, some treatments may be more effective than others. Many people find that a combination of treatments is best.

  • Short rest period
  • Activity modification
  • Heat/Ice Therapy
  • Muscle relaxant
  • Back braces or support
  • Physiotherapy
  • Surgery

Why should you opt for physiotherapy
as the treatment for back pain?

If you have been suffering from back pain for some time and the pain is refusing to go, it could be the right time to consult with an expert physiotherapist from HCAH. Physiotherapy can prove to be the most beneficial in treating various kinds of back pains in comparison to surgery or other options like painkillers or pain relief sprays. Physiotherapy treatment provided by a well-qualified and trained physiotherapist is known to have provided immense relief to people who were earlier known to constantly suffer from:

Non-specific Lower Back Pain

Non-specific Lower Back Pain

A condition under which no specific cause is known to be causing the pain in the back.

Sciatica Pain

Sciatica Pain

A pain that spreads from the lower back and travels all the way down to your legs.

Spinal Stenosis

Spinal Stenosis

A condition in which the space around your spinal cord narrows, causing pressure on your spinal cord.

Degenerative Disc Disease

Degenerative Disc Disease

Caused due to the ageing of the discs in your spine

Undergoing regular physiotherapy for extreme episodes of back pain can:

  • Help improve the movement & functioning of your joints & muscles
  • Help improve your posture and restore normal mobility
  • Reduce the need for surgery and dependency on anti-inflammatory drugs/painkillers
  • Prevent future complications in the back
  • Reduce muscle soreness and release tension
  • Speed up healing and strengthen your back
Undergoing regular physiotherapy for extreme episodes of back pain
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