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Physiotherapy & Back Pain Relief

Back pain is the most common medical problem experienced by individuals. Reading this article will certainly help you understand the causes, symptoms, treatment options as well as living techniques with it.


THE START

Back Pain is one of the most common physiological problems that affects 8 of 10 people at some point during their lives. The discomfort begins with heavy lifting, ligament strain, injury, or poor posture.


THE RELIEF

Back pain relief can be achieved through therapy that focuses on decreasing discomfort, improving body function, and teaching patients how to avoid future back pain.


PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR BACK PAIN

Physical therapy includes both passive and active treatments, and the therapist starts with passive treatments first.


Passive Treatments:

• Deep tissue releases: This technique helps to relieve spasms and muscle tension caused by daily stress by using pressure and friction on the soft tissues.


• Care therapy®: This treatment provides instant relief from back pain and speeds up the recovery process by reducing inflammation and pain.

Active Treatments:


After the passive therapy, patients move on to active therapy for even better results. Active therapy It involves exercises to reduce pain, improve function, and decrease the likelihood of future back pain.


The lower back pain treatment includes stretching and strengthening exercises for the muscles in the lower back, abdomen, hips, and legs.

Stretching: The muscles in the lower back, abdomen, hips, and legs are stretched to increase flexibility and improve range of motion.


Strengthening: Back strength and stability are improved through exercises that may involve the use of machines and exercise balls.


Core Strengthening: Strengthening the muscles around the spine and lower back helps to reduce stress on the spine, reducing the likelihood of back pain. This can be done through exercises and the use of specific machines.


DIY REHAB

One must be aware of home therapy when experiencing lower back pain as this provides quick relief to the strain.


1. Apply heat to the affected area, alternating with ice if desired. (Stock Image)

2. Follow a 5-minute stretch routine to strengthen the muscles



3. Take a walk as it stabilizes the spine, keeping the body in an upright position. (Stock Image)


LIVING WITH IT

1. Proper Posture is the key

Avoid slouching and maintain weight balance on both feet when standing. While sitting on the chair, remember to keep your feet touching the ground evenly and your thighs must remain parallel to the ground.


2. Avoid Sitting for prolonged hours

Walk periodically, Change positions. Try out moderate stretching exercises to relieve muscle tension.

3. Modify Lifestyle

If you often converse over the phone, prefer the hands-free mode of it. Avoid unnecessary movements like extreme bending, twisting, and reaching.

4. Lift Properly

Follow the technique. Get close to the object, bend your knees, and use leg muscles to support the body when you stand up. Hold the object close to your body to reduce strain on the back. Maintain a natural curve of your back. Avoid twisting when lifting the object. If an object is too heavy to lift safely, ask out for help.


AT ABTP

Get the right therapy for this medical condition at Abhinav Bindra Targeting Performance (ABTP) near you.


WHAT DO YOU GET?

1. A complete biomechanical assessment

2. The experts use the best of technology to assess the root cause of your back pain.

3. Get a customized training program designed specifically for you

4. One-stop solution for back pain relief


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