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On going back pain

As a physiotherapist I’d usually expect an onset of back pain to settle within 2 months, give or take a couple of weeks…so if you’ve had on-going back pain it means there are some things about your lifestyle that are contributing towards this.

Let me hit you with some examples…

  • Sitting down for long periods

  • Never doing any proper exercises (walking a bit doesn’t count!)

  • Relying on rest and painkillers

  • Being worried about it (our thoughts and feelings DO actually have an impact on the pain we experience)

  • Being stressed

  • Not sleeping well

You can see a lot of these things aren’t actually to do with your back! Our body typically does a good job of healing things nicely. Despite this we can have on going pain (humans are complex beings).

A lot of people need to sit down with someone to make some sense of their pain and do some things that will help it go away.

That’s exactly what Physio At The Door is all about. We can have a sit down in the comfort of your own home, run through an assessment that will help me understand more about you, your back and your life (only the things I need to know).

A physical examination will show me how your body moves and how strong it is (this might surprise a lot of people) and we’ll be able to come up with a plan to get you back to doing the things that you love with less pain.

Check out more on the website today to find out more about our free discovery visits, download a booklet, or get the contact details.

You gotta make a move if you want to ease your back pain.

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