We Can Help Ease Your Lower Back Pain
Osteopathy has been proven to help lower back pain (lower back strain) including associated sciatica symptoms, which commonly occurs from the perceived irritation of the sciatic nerve or of the sciatic nerve roots, causing the experience of sciatic nerve pain. Lower back pain, disc sprain (disc bulge) and the often associated sciatica is the most common issue people see an osteopath, with very positive outcomes and satisfaction levels. Additionally, dynamic exercise therapy and back exercises has been shown to help lower back pain treatment, and help restore normal daily activity.
More importantly it seems combined therapy (multimodal therapy) of back exercises, dynamic exercise therapy and osteopathy has an even greater role in low back and sciatica pain treatment, with a preventative role for lower back strain and sciatic nerve irritation.
Last summer I suffered from an acute episode of lower back pain. This pain resulted in me having to take time off work, which was not financially sustainable. I went to see several private specialists regarding my problem, to which I had very little success. After speaking to Michael I booked an appointment. Michael was aware that I had a fair knowledge of injuries and explained things to me with detail. He offered a very hands on approach and my pain greatly reduced after two sessions allowing me to return to work. I would definitely recommend Michael for any future injuries and I will definitely use him myself if required.
Lower Back Pain Treatment
At Elementary Health we provide a seamlessly layered combination approach for lower back pain treatment and for the commmonly associated sciatica treatment, of assessment for causes of lower back strain, diagnosis, education and therapeutic application. This includes education of spinal injury such as disc sprain, anatomy and pain theories, manual therapy, osteopathy (osteopath in Cambridge), posture advice and training, lifestyle advice, hydrotherapy guidance, dietary overviews, and physical rehabilitation including dynamic exercise therapy, back exercises, core stability training with motor control training, and advanced lumbar spine physical rehabilitation methods.
All of these work together to provide a uniquely structured approach, towards the aim of restoring your brain’s interpretation, or ‘mapping’ of your healthy functioning body and low back, giving you back the control!
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If there are any other questions, or, you wish to book a consultation with Michael Parr the consulting osteopath and physical rehabilitation specialist in Cambridge, based at Elementary Health. Please don’t hesitate to call or email.
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