Back & Neck Pain
Eighty percent (80%) of people will experience lower back pain at some stage of their life. It is one of the most common reasons for people missing work and seeing a doctor or physiotherapist. But lower back pain is something that can be treated or avoided with back care strategies and exercises.
There can be many causes of acute back pain, either due to muscular or ligament strain or disc problems. It is vital that you are correctly diagnosed with low back pain, as treatment options are very different.
While low back pain is most comon, mid and upper back pain can also be experienced. This can be posture or work related, and again there can be many causes of pain.
While neck pain is less prevalent than lower back pain, there are several cervical spine conditions that may cause neck pain, arm pain and other symptoms.
Neck pain or a stiff neck are extremely common can affect your life in so many different ways. Whether it be sharp neck pain, dull muscular aches, headache, or an inability to fully move your head, a sore neck can be very frustrating yet it's simple to fix in the majority of cases. It is important to make an accurate diagnosis of the cause of your neck pain so that appropriate treatment can be directed at the cause.