Back Pain Solihull

Back Pain Treatment in Solihull by Experienced Physiotherapists and Osteopaths.
  • Prolapsed Discs.
  • Sciatica.
  • Trapped Nerves.
  • Sacroiliac Joint Pain.
  • Degenerative Change.
  • Scoliosis.
  • Facet Joint Degeneration.
  • Spinal Ligament Sprains.
  • Muscle Spasms.

Back Pain Treatment in Solihull

Back pain will be experienced by most of us at some time during our lifetime. Backache and low back pain is a common complaint and in some cases can keep you from attending work.

Pain relief will be required by many and the use of ice not heat is recommended by our Solihull Physiotherapists.

Bulging disc, slipped disc, lumbago, facet lock, spondylosis, spondylitis, spondylolithesis, spinal stenosis and sacroiliitis are all terms used to describe problems with the spine and pelvis
Trapped Nerves

If you have a substantial leg length difference you are likely to develop back pain.

This inbalance will aggravate your low back and possibly irritate spinal nerves such as the sciatic nerve which is a condition called sciatica.

With trapped nerves such as the sciatic nerve, pain can be felt traveling down the back of the thigh and into the buttock.

In more severe cases it will give altered sensation into the foot and calf muscle.

Back Pain During Pregnancy

Back pain during pregnancy is very often present but will resolve itself after the birth.

Physiotherapists can help with this during pregnancy.

Left or right sided lower back pain

Left sided lower back pain or right sided lower back pain may indicate a sacro-iliac joint problem.

Back pain causes are varied and need an accurate diagnosis before commencing treatment.

Work Related Back Pain

Poor lower leg biomechanics may be responsible for the symptoms, however it may be postural or work related activity that has damaged your spine.

Heavy lifting or prolonged bending when gardening can cause disc herniations and disc bulges which will press against the nerve roots adjacent to your spine.

This will cause nerve root irritation with back and leg pain.

Left unattended back pain can develop into something chronic and will eventually stop you from working.

Areas Covered

Treatment for back pain is a specialist area.

Atlas Physiotherapy Clinic in Solihull Birmingham have Osteopaths, Physiotherapists and Acupuncture practitioners who are experienced in diagnosing and treating your back pain problem.

You can book an appointment by telephoning 0121 709 5222 and speak to our Back Pain team.

These include Solihull, Shirley, Monkspath, Dickens Heath, Olton, Acocks Green, Knowle, Birmingham, Ullenhall, Hall Green

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