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Results that Spring-up from various Non-invasive Treatment Modalities!

People who are seen struggling with any back condition commonly complain about the non–usage or lack of non-invasive means of treatment. Some options that are generally available are physical therapies, injections, pain relievers and most daunting of all the back surgery. Some Spine therapies will soon be on the horizon for patients that often gets stuck between non-invasive care .

Spinal Arthritis – What You Really Need To Know?

Arthritis is a common degenerative joint disease. This condition reveals the wearing down of the protective cartilage that cushions the tops of the bones. This results in pain and swelling in that area. This condition may further lead to osteophytes or bone spurs. What Is Arthritis of the Spine? Spinal Arthritis is a breakdown of the joints and discs .

Options Other than Surgery that Go a Long Way in Treating Back Pain!

Certain symptoms may be a clear sign that you might require surgery. If found related to your spine condition these indicators may end up in surgery. New or progressing bowel/bladder issues Weakness in limbs Gait and balance problems Evidence of increased reflexes Can surgery be a good option for you? You need to consult multiple surgeons for the successful .

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction – Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Modalities

What is Sacroiliac Joint? The sacroiliac joint is a linkage system between the lower part of the spine and pelvis. Our tailbone (sacrum) connects with the right and left sides of pelvic bones to form sacroiliac joint. Our sacroiliac joint is a fairly stiff and rigid connection between the tailbone and pelvic bones, and only a few degrees of .

Safe Lifting and Material Handling Tips To Avoid Back Injury

Manual handling of loads is the practice carried out by workers during putting, lifting, holding, moving, pushing or pulling a load. Mechanical handling of loads affect the health of workers and can cause musculoskeletal system disorders, e.g. low back pain because the extra strain is experienced by body muscles and bones and the natural resonant frequency of lumbar spine .

Back Pain Treatment and the Role of Physiotherapists

It is recognized that within the therapeutic process, a physiotherapist may take on a number different roles like curative, mentor and a counsellor. In relation to counselling, it is argued that physiotherapist may often be involved in counselling situations, without being fully aware of it. The use of counselling skills may be considered as distinct from acting as a .

A Valuable Piece of Advice for Lower Back Pain Patients

Low Back pain is a part of everyday life in Western industrialised countries and according to a research it will affect 80% of all adults in their lifetime –Nachemson & Jonson 2000. Acute low back pain normally settles within 4-6 weeks, but in a small percentage of cases, pain become persistent and impact significantly on healthy living and health .

Spinal Backrack – Medinmove

We are delighted to announce our business partnership with Medinmove  –  They are currently using the Spinal Backrack as an innovative and unique tool to help their patients improve posture and help them relieve and treat their back pain. MedinMove is a new physiotherapy studio with a medical gym created for the treatment and prevention of all pathologies affecting the neuro-musculoskeletal .
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Epidural Injections For The Spine – Are They Effective?

The main reason to get an epidural injection is temporarily reduce the pain. In our opinion epidural injections are not effective for spine conditions, they carry a huge risk and other methods such as Orthopaedic Medicine are much safer and results last. What is an epidural injection? Epidural steroid injections (ESIs) are a common treatment option for many forms .
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Back Pain Relief | The Luklinski Clinic & The Backrack System

When you come for a visit at out clinic the three main questions we would like to know are: Where is your pain? How long have you had your pain? What treatment have you had? This will determine our specialist to examine you further and thoroughly carry out a consultation in order to make their diagnosis. Each consultation is .
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