BACK PAIN AND LOWER BACK PAIN
Back pain is very common.
It is usually a sign of a pulled muscle or a sprained ligament. Most cases often improve within weeks. Staying active is one of the best ways to deal with back pain. It is very important to exercise the affected muscle to improve its strength, although you should rest if the muscle is in spasm.
Back pain is sometimes linked with pains in the leg which is called sciatica. It affects the sciatic nerve that runs from the spine to the leg. The pain is felt anywhere from the buttock to the big toe. Other symptoms include numbness and tingling in the legs and feet.
For women, hormonal changes and difference in the pelvis structure mean that back pain and sciatica will affect them differently.
We offer treatment for back pain in Stoke Newington N16, treatment for lower back pain in Angel Islington N1, Physiotherapy for back pain in N1, Highbury N5, N16, Manor House N4, East London E1, Dalston E8, E2, Ealing W5, Ealing Broadway W5, Acton W3.
Our physiotherapists are highly trained and we offer home visits physiotherapy in Stoke Newington N16, physiotherapy in London N1, physiotherapy in London N5, physiotherapy in Ealing.