Spinal pain is very common and treatable - but early diagnosis is key to a fast recovery!
One of the most common complaints we see at Rosanna Physio is people complaining of pain in their back, specifically in the spinal area. The good news is that physiotherapists have a good success rate in treating spinal pain (such as sciatica, a sporting / exercise injury, etc.) however the earlier the issue is diagnosed, the greater the chances for a complete and fast recovery back to efficient and pain free movement.
Effectively diagnosing the root cause of your pain is crucial to fixing it once and for all
At Rosanna Physio, we take great care to effectively diagnosing your spinal pain's root cause so we can develop an effective treatment plan that will get you back to functional movement and enjoying life again - this important step will make sure the back pain doesn't come back. We will conduct a bio-mechanical assessment to determine the areas of your spinal and surrounding structures that are suffering from dysfunctional movement and also take the time to understand your daily habits and activities so we can accurately understand the root cause of your back pain.
The results of the bio-mechanical assessment will allow us to devise an effective treatment plan that aims to restore pain free movement to your spine as quickly as possible and keep it that way so you can get back to enjoying a pain-free life.
There are a range of effective treatments we can put in place to overcome your spinal pain
Depending on the root cause of your spinal pain, one of our experienced physiotherapists could leverage one, or a combination, of the following treatment strategies:
Joint mobilisation / manipulation
Strengthening and mobility exercises
Soft tissue therapy
Ultra sound therapy
At Rosanna Physio, we ensure we develop a strong rapport and trust with our patients as we know how important it is for a successful recovery to work together to restore our patients to efficient pain free movement.
An effective biomechnical assessment is key to developing a successful treatment plan for spinal pain