BACK PAIN Treatment

We specialise in the treatment of back pain.
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At Innate Health Chiropractic we take a thorough and specific approach to treating back pain.

Whether you are suffering from pain or stiffness in the back, we have the tools to get you back on track by providing exceptional tailored care.

Back pain is perhaps the most common reason for visiting a chiropractor, as well as a common reason for visiting the GP*. Our goal is to expertly assess and diagnose you in order to provide the best form of chiropractic care to get you better and feeling at your best. Our non surgical treatment aims to reduce pain cases and our chiropractors will hopefully have you feeling much better after just a short course of treatment.

Where does my back pain come from

Back pain most commonly relates to issues in the lower back and pelvic area, but it may also be associated with other conditions such as:

Sciatica

Leg pain or groin pain

Muscle spasm, tightness and tension

Postural imbalance or changes to the curvature of the spine (such as scoliosis)

Hip, knee or ankle problems

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction

Disc problems such as bulging, disc hernia or prolapse

Slipped disc

Whilst back pain tends to focus on the one area, you would be surprised how it can affect other areas of the body, from the longest nerve muscles to spine pains, the legs and neck pain.

At Innate Health Chiropractic we take a thorough and specific approach to treating back pain.

Back pain is perhaps the most common reason for visiting a chiropractor, as well as a common reason for visiting the GP*. Our goal is to expertly assess and diagnose you in order to provide the best form of chiropractic care to get you better and feeling at your best. Our non surgical treatment aims to reduce pain cases and our chiropractors will hopefully have you feeling much better after just a short course of treatment.
Whether you are suffering from pain or stiffness in the back, we have the tools to get you back on track by providing exceptional tailored care.
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Where does my back pain come from

Back pain most commonly relates to issues in the lower back and pelvic area, but it may also be associated with other conditions such as:

Sciatica

Leg pain or groin pain

Muscle spasm, tightness and tension

Postural imbalance or changes to the curvature of the spine (such as scoliosis)

Hip, knee or ankle problems

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction

Disc problems such as bulging, disc hernia or prolapse

Slipped disc

Whilst back pain tends to focus on the one area, you would be surprised how it can affect other areas of the body, from the longest nerve muscles to spine pains, the legs and neck pain.
backpain

At Innate Health Chiropractic we take a thorough and specific approach to treating back pain.

Whether you are suffering from pain or stiffness in the back, we have the tools to get you back on track by providing exceptional tailored care.
Back pain is perhaps the most common reason for visiting a chiropractor, as well as a common reason for visiting the GP*. Our goal is to expertly assess and diagnose you in order to provide the best form of chiropractic care to get you better and feeling at your best. Our non surgical treatment aims to reduce pain cases and our chiropractors will hopefully have you feeling much better after just a short course of treatment.

Where does my back pain come from

Back pain most commonly relates to issues in the lower back and pelvic area, but it may also be associated with other conditions such as:

Sciatica

Leg pain or groin pain

Muscle spasm, tightness and tension

Postural imbalance or changes to the curvature of the spine (such as scoliosis)

Hip, knee or ankle problems

Sacroiliac joint dysfunction

Disc problems such as bulging, disc hernia or prolapse

Slipped disc

Whilst back pain tends to focus on the one area, you would be surprised how it can affect other areas of the body, from the longest nerve muscles to spine pains, the legs and neck pain.

We can help

your back discomfort

On the initial consultation, we will perform a number of tests to determine the main areas of involvement. This will help us address the symptoms in the most proficient and optimal manner to get you back to feeling and functioning at your best. The main assessments involve checking the spinal movement and determining where the joint movement is restricted, particularly in the lower back vertebrae and pelvic joints.
We will also assess your muscle function to see where there is tension and functional weakness. Joint restriction and muscle tension are two of the biggest causes of back problems. Our approach looks at the body in its entirety because a holistic approach means we can get to the root of the problem and aim to get a long-term resolution, not simply short-term pain relief. We offer a range of treatments, including gradually introducing different techniques, you can trust the team at Innate Health as we have worked wonders for a number of patients with our physio work.

What is causing my back pain

Most cases of back pain are classified as ‘mechanical’ and are the result of accumulated stress on the spine. Most commonly we see lower back problems associated with long periods of sitting (such as office workers), because sitting involves more loading in the spine. This leads to compression of the joints and discs, accumulation of muscle tension, and postural changes or imbalance.
Back pain can also result from sprains or strains to the soft tissues, improper or overloaded movement such as lifting, and as a consequence of ‘wear and tear’ (age-related or trauma-related degeneration).
Fortunately, most causes of lower back pain aren’t medically serious, but if there are any concerns, we will refer you to your GP for further investigation.
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The Sciatic Nerve

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We can help

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Ensuring that you are fit and active is important for your spine. Contrary to popular belief, bed rest is not advised for most back pain cases. Indeed strengthening and stretching your spine with exercise is shown to help in many pain and bad back cases.

This can include yoga, pilates, core stability and strengthening exercises, as well as more general fitness like walking, cycling, gardening and sports.

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Reference

*Margham T. Musculoskeletal disorders: time for joint action in primary care. Br J Gen Pract. 2011 Nov; 61(592):657-8. doi: 10.3399/bjgp11X601541. PMID: 22054314; PMCID: PMC3207066.
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