Back & Neck Pain Relief
It’s estimated that in the U.S. alone, there is an expected 31 million people with lower back pain at any given time. It’s also the second reason, only after the common cold, for visiting a healthcare provider. If you’re suffering from back pain, consider physical therapy.
Physical therapy on the back and spine not only helps treat back pain, but also helps prevent it. If you’re experiencing back pain, one of our therapists will educate you on how the spine is intended to work and give you the tools you need to get moving in the right direction and feel good again. They will also help alleviate your symptoms so you can return to functioning at a normal level as soon as possible. Once you’re back to that level you will learn core stability exercises, which reduce the risk for recurrence of pain. Additional treatment options may include McKenzie or Mulligan Mobilization with Movement.
If you’re dealing with long-term back pain, our philosophy is that it should be viewed in a similar light of other chronic diseases in which management, rather than curative therapy, is optimal. Our goal is to empower our patients by teaching self-management strategies that are beneficial and realistic.
Whether you have chronic pain or are treating an injury, physical therapy on your back can often help. Visit any of our locations for an evaluation.Learn more about different types of back pain: