Treating Back and Hip Pain

Back and Hip Pain Anatomy Physiotherapy has been used successfully to treat back and hip pain for a long while.  The primary focus is to help a patient get back to your normal self and strengthen support to prevent reoccurrence.

Compared to other methods of treating back and hip pain, physiotherapy has many advantages.

Here are some of the advantages of physiotherapy in treating back and hip pain:

  • Regaining original capabilities

Physiotherapy has been shown to be very effective in treating back and hip pain. It works by rebuilding the lost muscle strength in different parts of the body. All the patient has to do is look for the services of an expert physiotherapy. It doesn’t matter how severe the back and hip pain is. With time it is possible for them to regain most of their original function and even make complete recovery.

  • Improving fitness and health

Physiotherapy employs various physical exercise routines, which apart from directly treating the back and hip pain problems also helps the patient exercise and rebalance their body. If they go through the routines as advised it often has a beneficial effect on overall health.  The improvements in overall health can lead to weight loss which is also instrumental in maintaining back health.

  • Minimizing surgery and chemical therapies

Physiotherapy is perhaps the only active treatment of back and hip pain that doesn’t involve surgery and while some minimal use of medication can assist while regaining full function, the aim is to strengthen the surrounding muscles and tendons to support the back and restore normal movement.

  • Shortening recovery time

Recovery time for back and hip pain patients can be shortened through physiotherapy.  There are many studies supporting specific physical therapy exercises for the treatment of low back pain. That show that active exercise plays an important role in helping reduce the patient’s pain and improving subsequent function in patients with low back pain.  It has also been shown that a regular exercise routine also reduces the likelihood and severity of future occurrences of low back pain.

Clearly, there are many reasons why you should visit Core Physiotherapy Brighton Le Sands for the treatment of back and hip pain.

Phone 02 9567 3734
Core Physiotherapy

4 / 334-338 Bay St.
Brighton Le Sands
NSW 2216

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