How Can I Manage My Back Pain in Isolation?

08th
May

How Can I Manage My Back Pain in Isolation?

Steve: It goes back to, “Get an assessment. Speak to a health professional or physiotherapist.” Get assessed on what your back is doing or not doing so we can work with you to find a solution. Then it’s a matter of like you would in the treatment in the statement rooms onsite. Give you a certain amount of exercises and help you release tight muscles, stretch tight muscles, loosen up your lower back or middle back, depending on where your problem is and working with you to an outcome that matches your goals.

Bill: Just adding to that, back pain is not just back pain, and that’s why people seek us out generally because they’re not sure what’s causing the back pain. It could be kidney stones, it could be a bulging disc, it could be a facet joint arthropathy. And so the actual interview, even if it’s by telehealth, we’re quite skilled at actually teasing out what’s happening diagnostically. Those different types of pain that I just spoke about can all present as back pain but the treatment is poles apart. So getting to the root of what the issue actually is initially and then we can get the tyres on the road with things that you can do at home for yourself.