Why is non-invasive Orthopeadic Medicine the best Solution for long Term Back pain?

There as are many ‘schools’ of thought when it comes to treating back pain: Spinal Orthopaedic Specialists (Cyriax and Maitland Systems) this is the only system we support and practice Spinal Orthopaedic Surgeons Chiropractors Osteopaths Neurologists Rheumatologists Anaesthesiologists We have over 45 years clinical experience at our clinic in London, treating many very complicated cases which…

Post-Pregnancy Backpain

How to get relief from post-pregnancy backpain? We all know that having a baby has wonderful benefits (aside from lack of sleep!) and during the carrying stage the mother goes through extra pressure on the spine due to the baby load and extra weight etc. However not many discuss the post backpain issues that come…

Is Driving giving you Back pain?

Sitting in the car in the same position for a long period of time can trigger back pain. If you drive fairly long distances to and from work everyday (driving for over half an hour) or your job specifically involves long hours of driving, you may have experienced back pain-Approximately 30-60% of drivers report back pain…

Symptoms of Thoracic Back Pain

Thoracic back pain is pain that occurs in the thoracic spine. The thoracic spine is located at the back of the chest (the thorax), mostly between the shoulder blades. The thoracic spine comprises the twelve vertebrae to which the ribs attach and could, therefore, be described as the “upper back” region. Symptoms of Thoracic pain include: Stiffness Limited range of motion Muscle spasms Thoracic…

What is Kyphosis and Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is abnormal curvature of the spine in the coronal (lateral) plane. Scoliosis of between 10° and 20° is called mild. … This can be caused either by hereditary or developmental factors (metabolic, habitual postures, lack of exercise etc). There are over 80 types of scoliosis and some causes are unknown (ideopathic). Curvatures up to 40 degrees can be treated non-surgically but…