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Physical Therapy For Back Pain

A Message From John DeVries, PT, DPT, Owner and Founder of Freedom Physical Therapy and Wellness

It is a prevalent belief that back pain is a minor issue that will resolve itself. Many people attribute it to sleeping in an uncomfortable position or dismissing it as a temporary spasm that everyone experiences at some point. Despite the lack of a clear cause, the pain persists without improvement.

If you are experiencing this, you are not alone, and we hear about it frequently. Lower Back Pain and Sciatica are the most prevalent issues that we encounter at our clinic.

When it comes to managing back pain, everyone we see wants to know…

“Why Am I Still Enduring Back Pain Despite Tolerating It for 3 to 6 Months or Even Longer?”

In reality, most of us assume that our back pain will resolve itself without intervention.

We hold onto the belief that there will be a magical moment when we wake up one day, and the problem will have vanished. However, after six months, we find ourselves dealing with more severe chronic back issues, which are often worse than what we initially experienced.

Do You Relate To This Experience?

One of the most exasperating situations we encounter in our clinic is when patients with chronic lower back pain come to us after being advised by their previous doctor to “rest” and take painkillers. The problem is that this approach rarely works, and they end up returning to their doctor, still in agony and frustrated

Has This Type Of Situation Happened To You?

It can be challenging to determine the best course of action for your back pain when there is an abundance of conflicting advice from authority figures. Unfortunately, most of this advice is not useful.

The issue with back pain is not only what you do when it hurts but also how often you do it. If an area becomes weaker or injured due to poor movement and posture, the more challenging it will be to work that part of your body. You may begin to experience chronic pain if you do not take steps to restore balance through strengthening exercises tailored to those areas.

Back pain is often an enigmatic problem that people resign themselves to accept as “just the way things are.” This is why backache can last longer than it should. It can be challenging to know what to do when there are so many different instructions provided by various sources, with little credibility behind them.

Do You Also Feel This Way?

If You Are Currently Struggling With Back Pain, Here Are Seven Additional Reasons Why It May Be Lasting Longer Than It Should:

1. You believed your back pain would resolve itself, but it did not.

2. Despite being advised by doctors to rest and take painkillers, these methods proved ineffective, and chronic pain returned after the medication wore off.

3. You considered back pain to be an inevitable part of aging and did not seek treatment.

4. You sought help from other healthcare professionals or physical therapists, but their advice and interventions did not alleviate your symptoms.

5. You attempted to perform exercises from online sources, but they either exacerbated your pain or provided no relief.

6. Your back pain was severe, and you assumed that resting would be the solution, but it only exacerbated the issue.

7. You opted for massages, hoping they would alleviate the pain, but they only provided temporary relief and did not address the underlying issue.

Are you experiencing back pain despite trying everything? You don’t have to continue suffering.

If any of the aforementioned scenarios resonate with you, we would like to extend an invitation for a complimentary phone consultation with one of our experienced back specialists, who specialize in helping individuals like yourself to find relief from their chronic low-back pain.

Click the link below to schedule your appointment.

You’ve done everything and it’s still hurting? You don’t have to suffer any longer.

If any of these things have happened to you, we’d love to assist you by inviting you to a free phone chat with one of our skilled back specialists who specialize in helping people like you get relief from persistent low-back pain problems.

Simply click the link provided below!

“How Can I Quickly Relieve My Back Pain?”

Here Are 4 Solutions:

1. Make a decision to seek help: Don’t make the mistake of assuming your back pain will go away on its own. It’s important to take action and find a program that works, along with making some simple changes in your daily life to prevent future pain.

2. Do the right exercises: A physiotherapist can provide you with the appropriate exercises to reduce your back pain and restore free movement. Take advantage of these exercises, as they can make a big difference in relieving your pain quickly.

3. Avoid sitting for long periods: Prolonged sitting can worsen your back pain. Incorporating more movement and exercise in your daily routine, combined with hands-on treatment from physical therapists, can speed up your recovery.

4. Get hands-on physical therapy: Physical therapy is an effective solution for low-back pain. At Freedom Physical Therapy and Wellness, we specialize in treating this type of injury and are committed to helping you find relief as quickly as possible.

If you’re ready to get your back pain under control, we invite you to schedule a free, no-obligation appointment at one of our clinics or give us a call today!

The Following Question Is:

"How Can Seeing A Physical Therapist At Freedom Physical Therapy And Wellness Help Alleviate Your Back Pain In Just A Few Days?"

Our Physical Therapy Team at Freedom Physical Therapy and Wellness can provide you with a range of benefits to help you feel better and get rid of your back pain in just a few sessions. Here are just a few examples:

Choose Freedom Physical Therapy and Wellness for expert physical therapy and fast relief from your back pain.