Low Back Pain /Lumbago is the acute or chronic pain in the lower part of the back.

Sign & symptoms of Lumbago?

  1. Pain at the lower part of the back, which may radiates to the buttocks, back of the thighs or to the groin.
  2. Stabbing or shooting sensation
  3. Limited of movement of the spine
  4. Tingling or numbness experienced in back, leg or buttock passing down to the foot result in sciatica.
  5. Stiffness at the back caused by spasm of muscles surrounding the spine.
  6. Change in posture or limp as the pain and spasm caused the back tilting to one side.

Physiotherapy treatments for Lumbago?

At PhysioPilates Clinic, our physiotherapist will perform a thorough assessment for our client and conclude the potential cause of your problem. We will develop a management plan for your lower back pain.       

  1. Pain relief modalities: heat therapy, dry needling & electrical stimulation. We use heatpack or infra red heating system to warm up the muscles prior to doing stretching and exercising .Electrical stimulation such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), is able to reduce back pain intensity by stimulate the underlying nerves.
  2. Exercises: Strengthening of the core and back muscles and stretching for the back and hip by doing flexion exercises and developing muscle at the spine for support through extension exercises.
  3. Manual therapy : we use manual techniques  to relieve chronic lower back pain.

Sciatica or sciatic nerve pain, is a referred pain caused by compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve in the lower back.

Sciatica pain may run along the nerve from the lower back through buttocks and behind the leg.

Sign & symptoms of Sciatica?

  1. Usually affected one sideAssociated with constant pain that may be worse with sitting
  2.  Burning or tingling down the leg
  3. Weakness or difficulty moving the leg or foot
  4. Numbness
  5. Can be present without low back pain

Physiotherapy treatments for Sciatica?

At PhysioPilates Clinic, our physiotherapist will perform a thorough assessment for our client and conclude the potential cause of your problem. We will develop a management plan for your lower back pain.

  1. Pain relief modalities: heat therapy, dry needling & electrical stimulation. We use heatpack or infra red heating system to warm up the muscles prior to doing stretching and exercising .Electrical stimulation such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), is able to reduce back pain intensity by stimulate the underlying nerves.
  2. Exercises: Strengthening of the core and back muscles and stretching for the back and hip by doing flexion exercises and developing muscle at the spine for support through extension exercises.
  3. Manual therapy : we use manual techniques  to relieve chronic lower back pain

Slipped Disc ( Back)

Sciatica or sciatic nerve pain, is a referred pain caused by compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve in the lower back.

Sciatica pain may run along the nerve from the lower back through buttocks and behind the leg.

Sign & symptoms of slipped disc?

  1. Usually affected one sideAssociated with constant pain that may be worse with sitting
  2.  Burning or tingling down the leg
  3. Weakness or difficulty moving the leg or foot
  4. Numbness
  5. Can be present without low back pain

Physiotherapy treatments for slipped disc?

At PhysioPilates Clinic, our physiotherapist will perform a thorough assessment for our client and conclude the potential cause of your problem. We will develop a management plan for your lower back pain.

  1. Pain relief modalities: heat therapy & electrical stimulation. We use heatpack or infra red heating system to warm up the muscles prior to doing stretching and exercising .Electrical stimulation such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), is able to reduce back pain intensity by stimulate the underlying nerves.
  2. Exercises: Strengthening of the core and back muscles and stretching for the back and hip by doing flexion exercises and developing muscle at the spine for support through extension exercises.
  3. Manual therapy : we use manual techniques  to relieve chronic lower back pain

Lumbar Spondylolysis

Lumbar Spondylosis is a common cause of back pain condition as people increased age.

Commonly known as ‘Arthritis of the Back’, degeneration changes such as wear and tear of cartilage and bone, degenerated disc, bone

Sign & symptoms of lumbar spondylosis ?

  1. Back pain
  2. Pinched nerves, radiating to legs
  3. After prolonged activities such as sitting, standing, walking
  4. After inactivity, eg getting up bed from sleep
  5. Stiffness in morning

Physiotherapy treatments for Lumbar Spondylosis?

At PhysioPilates Clinic, our  physiotherapist will treat each patient differently for back arthritis depending on their individual condition after assessment. In most cases, physiotherapy can be used to treat back pain conservatively without need for surgery or medications.

Physiotherapy treatments for back may include:

  1.  Pain Relief Treatments
  2.  Manual Traction
  3.  Rehabilitative Exercises: Stretching and strengthening
  4. Core Strengthening and stability
  5. Ergonomics and lifestyle advice
  6. Manual therapy : we use manual techniques  to relieve chronic lower back pai

Lumbar Spondylolithesis

Sciatica or sciatic nerve pain, is a referred pain caused by compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve in the lower back.

It can happen at any level of the spine column (neck, upper back, lower back), most common at lower back region. It can also be cause by trauma, repetitive hyperextension of spine, or from sports injuries.

Spondylolisthesis is classified according to the percentage of slip of the vertebra, based on Xrays measurements:

  • Grade 1 is 0–25%
  • Grade 2 is 25–50%
  • Grade 3 is 50–75%
  • Grade 4 is 75–100%
  • Over 100% is Spondyloptosis, when the vertebra completely falls off the supporting vertebra.

Sign & symptoms of Lumbar Spondylolithesis?

  1. Back Pain Burning or tingling down the leg
  2. Weakness or difficulty moving the leg or foot
  3. Numbness or tingling sensation running along the legs
  4. Severe of the nerves can cause loss of control of bowel or bladder function or cauda equina
    Physiotherapy treatments forLumbar Spondylolithesis?

At PhysioPilates Clinic, our physiotherapist will perform a thorough assessment for your condition and advice accordingly.

  1.  Postural Corrective Exercise
  2.  Pain Relief Treatments includes electrical therapy/ heat therapy
  3. Manual therapy : we use manual techniques  to relieve chronic lower back pain

Scoliosis is a curved and twisted spine

Sign & symptoms of Scoliosis?

  1. Shoulder / Thoracic/ Lower Back pain
  2. Affected Ribs and compression which causes different breathing pattern
  3. Altered leg length
  4. Change in posture

Physiotherapy treatments for Scoliosis?

At PhysioPilates Clinic, our physiotherapist will perform a thorough assessment for our client’s scoliosis treatment and conclude the potential cause of your problem. We will develop a management plan for your lower back pain.       

  1. Pain relief modalities: heat therapy, dry needling & electrical stimulation. We use heat packs or infrared heating system to warm up the muscles prior to doing stretching and exercising . Electrical stimulation such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), is able to reduce back pain intensity by stimulating the underlying nerves.
  2. Exercises: Strengthening convexed side of the spine and stretching for the concaved side of the spine
  3. Manual therapy : we use manual techniques  to relieve chronic lower back pain.

 

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