Back Pain

Most Common Illness:

  • Disc Bulge/Herniation/Deterioration.

A herniated disk can compress the spinal cord and nerves, causing severe pain and mobility issues.

  • Sciatica.

Sciatica is caused by compression of a lower back spinal nerve root, often caused by disc degeneration, which leads to back, hip, and outer thigh pain.

  • Osteoarthritis.

A progressive degenerative disease often causes chronic pain, joint stiffness, and difficulty with everyday tasks.

  • Spinal Stenosis.

Spinal stenosis can strain on the spinal cord and nerves, occurring in any part of the spine.

  • Spondylitis/Spondylolisthesis.

Spondylitis Occurs when one vertebra slips relative to the adjacent one, causing  discomfort

  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction.

Occurs between the two pelvic bones that join to the sacrum on both sides of the spine.


  • Pain

In Back diseases you might experience pain that radiates to different parts including neck, middle back, and lower back.

  • Stiffness

Difficulty in back movement and standing up from a seated position may be experienced in back problems.

  • Muscle Tension

Back problems cause muscle tension that occurs as muscle knots with trigger points that causes aggravated pain.

  • Limited Range of motion

The inability to move your body parts within its normal range of motion

  • Radiating Pain

Back pain is linked to other body parts, as the back problems will cause pain to radiate to other body parts that are linked to the back.

  • Numbness or Tingling

Back problems cause numbness in your feet and legs.

  • Weakness

Refers to the loss of back muscle strength.


Available treatment:

  • Pain Management
  • Manual Therapy
  • Stretching and Flexibility Exercises
  • Strengthening Exercises
  • Posture Training
  • Body Mechanics Education
  • Activity Modification
  • Functional Training
  • Modalities
  • Home Exercise Program
  • Education