Back Pain

Most people have experienced lower back pain at some point in their life. There are various causes to back pain and many are self-inflicted through bad habits and poor posture whilst others are desk jobs, work related activities, sports injuries or muscle strains. Although the causes can vary the symptoms are often the same.

Back Pain Symptoms can include

  • Persistent stiffness, tightness and aching along the spine anywhere from the coccyx to the base of your neck.
  • Localized, sharp pain in the lower back, upper back and neck, especially after strenuous activity or lifting heavy objects.
  • Chronic ache in the lower or middle back, especially after standing or sitting for extended periods.
  • Back pain which originates in the lower back and moves in to the buttock and down the thigh, calf and foot.
  • The inability to stand straight without the lower back going in to muscle spasm.

Lower back pain is one of the most common medical problems with 80 to 90% of Britons suffering with it at some point in their lives. However, back pain is an easily avoidable condition and also simple to treat with Physology.

Other Back Pain Conditions May Include

  • Back Spasms
  • Lower Back Pain
  • Lumbar Degenerative Disc Disease
  • Lumbar Degenerative Joint Disease
  • Lumbar Disc Herniation Bulge
  • Numbness & Tingling in Lower Back
  • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction – Sciatica (Lumbar Radiculopathy)
  • Spinal Arthritis
  • Spondylosis
  • Thoracic Lumbar Strain & Sprain


Back Pain can be successfully treated 100% of the time if you can find the underlying cause, rather than just the symptoms. During your assessment your practitioner will carry out a full body assessment to look at your alignment and function (which muscles you use to move and when).

This form of Back Pain assessment not only assesses your back pain symptoms, it also identifies the root cause. For example, the root cause of back pain may be caused by a mis-alignment elsewhere in the body that causes your back to function incorrectly. Physology treat both the back pain and the cause to ensure symptoms don’t return.

Your practitioner will explain why your back pain started in simple terms you understand. You will also be left with your assessment form which will have diagrams and details of your injury which you can refer to at a later date to see the fast results you will achieve with Physology.

After your assessment we can begin treatment which also takes place in your first appointment. At the end of the appointment an outlined treatment plan is discussed which will successfully treat your lower back pain symptoms AND eradicate the cause to prevent re-occurrence of your back pain.

Treatment with Physology

Physology can get you pain free results with our back pain treatment.

We can identify the root cause to your pain and explain in more detail the mechanism of your back pain. Your Physology practitioner will create a treatment plan to correct the postural issues and treat all the damaged tissues required to get you pain free.

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