Back and spinal pain affects up to 85% of the general population at some point in their lives.
The functional instability of the spine is one of the main factors that may contribute significantly to the pain. Anatomy of spine and sources of pain brochure
Acute low back pain can be caused by many factors such as:
Injuries can happen when you do something new, different or strenuous, such as lifting heavy items or playing a new sport. The pain may also occur because of a build-up of stress on the back that gradually turns into an injury.
There is considerable high quality evidence to suggest that the function of the local stabiliser is impaired in patients with lower back pain. It is important to restore the spinal core stability as a part of comprehensive rehabilitation programme in patients with lower back pain.
Clinical Pilates is an individually tailored treatment approach that is utilised in conjunction with other physiotherapy techniques in order to correct the predisposing factors. Clinical Pilates is also designed to identify, address the root and causes of an injury, not just the injury itself.
At Back on Track Sports Physiotherapy this service is provided by the most highly trained physiotherapists in the field that result in: