Physiotherapy for back pain



When it comes to health, we know that we should not measure efforts. Seeking professional help for a given problem is the most recommended thing to do, as many people tend to wait for the discomfort to increase before seeking help.


And in this regard, we can see the due importance of physiotherapy, since it not only treats muscle and joint pain, but also prevents future complications, especially in the spine area. Want to know more about it? So, check out our post until the end and learn more about physiotherapy for back pain and its main benefits.


Physiotherapy for back pain: how important is it?


In general, we can define that physiotherapy for back pain is nothing more than a type of treatment that aims to improve the functions of muscles and joints, in addition to improving movement in the region. If a person suffers from constant pain in the region of the spine, physiotherapy can help them, in addition to getting his mobility back to normal.


Therefore, we can understand that physiotherapy can be indicated for situations such as:

• Back pain, caused by the process of degeneration of discs in the spine;

• Non-specific low back pain: it is the name given when there is no medical condition or an injury found;

• Sciatica: this is a pain that usually spreads from the back to the legs. In general, this pain is caused by compressions that happen on the nerve endings.

• Spinal stenosis: this process occurs when the space around the spinal cord narrows, causing the nerve roots to compress.


In the case of the complications mentioned above and among others that were not mentioned, your trusted doctor may refer you to a Physiotherapist to start your treatment.


How does Physiotherapy treatment for back pain work?


First of all, when a patient visits a Physiotherapist for the first time, that professional will make a detailed record of their entire history in order to better understand their medical condition, as well as the medications they use and their lifestyle.


In addition, it also seeks to identify the main symptoms the patient is currently experiencing and what are the processes that occur in their day to day that tend to trigger them. After checking this history in as much detail as possible, the professional will perform a neurological evaluation and a battery of physical exams, in order to analyse the way in which the patient moves and if the nerves are functioning normally. After all this data and information has been collected, the Physiotherapist will refer the patients to the appropriate treatment, and will inform them of the expected results with the exercises and activities. Thus, it is crucial that the patient understands all the information in order to proceed with the conscious treatment of the situation.


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