Sick of Back Pain?
Find out how you can get back to the life you want to live!
Did you know that up to 80% of Australians will experience back pain in their lives? Studies have shown that an active approach including hands on treatment and exercise will not only decrease the amount of time you suffer from back pain, but ALSO decrease the likelihood of it returning.
Here at Aushealth Physiotherapy we take an holistic approach to back pain to ensure we determine the precise cause of your back pain and don’t just treat the symptoms. Back pain is the most common injury we treat at Aushealth Physiotherapy and we pride ourselves on our proven track of getting the very best outcomes for all our patients.
Low back pain may take the form of sciatic pain, a disc injury, muscle spasm, rib pain, pelvic pain or referred pain to the lower limb pain, which is why we implement customised management plans to ensure we get to the root cause of your problem
We understand that your back is not the same as every other back and because of that, we take time to conduct a thorough assessment and to develop an individualised treatment plan for you. We will help you correct your spinal alignment and ease muscle tension and pain to ensure your back is not at risk of further damage.
Our treatments for back pain include, but are not limited to;
Hands on (Manual) therapy
Exercise based therapy
Ergonomic assessment for home or office environments
Clinical Pilates exercise programs
Specialised digital biomechanical analysis
We know that back pain can impact on many aspects of your life, including your work, sport or leisure time and sometimes even your sleep! We can offer you advice on all of these situations to ensure you return to your best as quickly as possible and you avoid re-injury.
To stop back pain impacting on your life, call Aushealth Physiotherapy for an appointment with one of our expert therapists today.
The Physiotherapists at Aushealth Physiotherapy service Brookvale, Freshwater and the surrounding suburbs for the condition of back pain.