Physiotherapy For Spinal Pain
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Spinal pain can be debilitating. It can lead to intense pain, loss of mobility and long term damage if not properly treated. Physiotherapists are well versed in the treatment of spinal pain, as it is one of the most frequently seen issues among clients. However, despite spinal pain being so common, it can remain difficult to treat properly if it is not diagnosed quickly.
The key to successful treatment of pain in the spine is acting early. That is why individuals who suffer from spinal pain are advised to seek out help as soon as possible.
Spinal Pain Symptoms
Spinal pain does not have to always manifest itself in pain directly in the back. Often it can appear in ‘shooting’ pain in the arms/legs, as well as tingling sensations in the hands or feet. These symptoms can be indicators of issues with the nerves in the spine. Nerve issues can be far more severe than they first appear, and can lead to increased recovery time. Any form of lingering pain down the arms/legs, tingling in the fingers or toes, or weakness in the limbs can be signs of spinal injury.
Finding the Issue
A high percentage of spinal injuries remain undiagnosed or improperly diagnosed. This is due to the degree of difficulty in finding the exact origin of the damage within the spine. In many cases, the issue is not as simple as it may appear on the surface. Physiotherapists are specialized in utilizing biomechanical treatment methods to pinpoint the exact area of dysfunction within the spine and aim to achieve pain-free results upon treatment and recovery completion.
Physiotherapy as a Treatment
Physiotherapy treatment is a non-invasive treatment method that is highly successful in many patients. In most cases, simply using treatment methods such as joint manipulation, exercise, joint mobilization, and soft tissue therapy will yield exceptionally effective results. Physiotherapy aims to have you living pain-free in the most non-invasive way possible.
In many cases, the need for surgical procedures or spinal injections is not necessary for the treatment of spinal pain. This is why physiotherapy is a sought after method of treating a spinal injury, due to the lack of potentially dangerous or surgical procedures.
Physiotherapy treats spinal pain on a case-by-case basis. This means that no single treatment plan will be the same across the board. Just as each individual experiences spinal pain differently, the treatment will be tailored to individual needs as well. Sufferers of spinal pain will experience a treatment plan designed for their pain, their body, and their needs.
To book your personal spinal pain consultation, please contact our team at Fountain Wellness in Delta, BC today. We are here to diagnose and treat your pain so that you can get back to your regular life.
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