80% of the population will suffer low back pain at some time in their life. Physical therapy can reduce pain and improve function and quality of life in the long term. Low back pain can involve the sacroiliac joint which is often misdiagnosed and believed to be a fused joint. Our Physical Therapists approach rehabilitation in an open and educational fashion with clinical expertise in several types of manual therapy and exercise.
Treatment plans focus specifically on how to restore normal movement and mobility of the spine and provide appropriate exercises to gain core strength and stability of the spine. The key to successful treatment is an accurate diagnosis of the mechanics of the pain, restore proper spinal motion, and strengthen the core to perform at your desired level.
Commonly treated conditions are:
- Sacroiliac dysfunction
- Chronic neck and back pain
- Disc pathology/ herniated disc
- Spinal stenosis
- Spondylolysis/ Spondylolisthesis
- Degenerative disc disease
- Spine related sports or work injuries
- Manual therapy to restore joint motion,
- Manual release of soft tissues
- Functional Dry Needling
- Core strengthening and pelvic stabilization techniques
- Manual and/or mechanical traction
- Interferential Current Therapy/ laser