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About Lower Back Pain: What are the causes of low back pain?

  • Scoliosis
  •  Previous back injury
  • Poor posture
  • Pregnancy


What are some of the warning signs? 

 Localised pain that can be subtle, dull and creeping, to sudden, sharp and stabbing.

It can be constant or initiated during certain movements. It can also be a travelling pain deep into the buttocks and legs such as sciatica.

Why choose Us?

Our practitioners have been helping their patients with their back pain for over 10 years. They are equipped with the knowledge, experience and appropriate skill to assess and treat your pain. They can assess structural changes that may lead to immobility and dysfunction due to:

 Poor posture and decreased flexibility

Recurring injuries

Muscular spasm

Secondary effects of hip, knee and foot problems

Our practitioners will decides which is the most effective course of action as they rely principally on physical examination, including observation skills to form a diagnosis. Our practitioners recognise the importance of the skill and technology of modern medicine. This may lead to further investigation which may include radiological, orthopaedic or neurological assessment.

How does our practitioner treat your condition?

Treatment involves manual techniques including soft tissue stretching and massage, combined with mobilisation and manipulation of the joints. The treatment is effective and conducted with the patient's assistance. Because our practitioners look at the 'whole' picture of your problem, they also use a variety of techniques which acknowledge the many factors contributing to pain and condition. They may provide advice on diet, exercise, posture and many other aspects of daily life.

This caring and comprehensive approach to care and treatment complement the body's natural functions, helping you to achieve the highest possible level of health and happiness.

Call us now on 9759 5707 to schedule your appointment.