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Physical Rehabilitation For Lower Back Pain

Physical Rehabilitation For Lower Back Pain

Your back plays a major role in supporting your body’s weight. It is also responsible for the movements you make every time you sit down, stand up, or bend. When your body becomes more active or remains in a stationary position for a long period of time, you can start feeling back pain from overexertion or lack of movement.  


Common symptoms of back pain include muscle spasms, stabbing pain, and burning sensation. Back pains can be acute or chronic. Acute back pain is considered a short-term pain that normally lasts for several days. On the other hand, chronic back pain is a constant, long-term discomfort of more than 12 weeks.


As early as now, you need to address your back pain because it may be a sign of possible injury or disease. Therapists at Palm Wellness Center have the expertise in applying physical rehabilitation for treating lower back pains and injuries.       

How To Treat Lower Back Pain

  1.  Regular Exercises. Work on your core and lower body when you go to the gym or do home exercises. Building muscles in the areas of your butt, hips, and abs can provide good support for your back. However, proper stretching before starting your physical activity is necessary to awaken your tensed muscles and prevent muscle strains during and after exercising.
  2. Chiropractic Care. Back pains can stem from bad posture or problems with your spine. Chiropractors are focused on diagnosing neuromuscular disorders and applying treatment through spine manipulation or adjustments. If you think you already have chronic back pain, it’s time to get checked by a chiropractor near you and receive a chiropractic treatment, not just for pain relief but also for the benefits to your overall health and wellness.
  3. Physical Rehabilitation. Physical rehabilitation is not only intended for individuals recovering after a surgery or severe injury. Therapists also provide the right set of therapeutic exercises fit for common pain like back and neck problems. They can also apply other forms of physical treatments such as therapeutic ultrasound, massage therapy, or chiropractic care for better results.

Are you suffering from acute or chronic back pain?

Consult our professional healthcare providers today. You may schedule an appointment with us at (813) 443-5370 or visit www.palmwellness.center for more information.

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