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  • Writer's pictureAdam Whatley

Low back pain treatment Solihull & Birmingham

In the majority of cases, back pain that has a simple cause will go away on its own with rest and time. Our body’s have an amazing ability to repair and recover with the correctice advice. If back pain does not resolve then, but there are many treatments effective available for back pain. Here at Dynamic Osteopaths  in Solihull we provide a combination of hands on manual therapy with a combination of exercise rehabilitation, and then corrective advice and preventative care. How to relieve low back pain

Corrective exercises to mobilise and strengthen your spine.

Advice on posture and correct movement

Spinal manipulation and/or mobilisation

Acupuncture or dry needling

Trigger-point therapySometimes medications like non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs can be helpful in the short term to lessen pain.

Back pain is can be hugely demoralising, especially when it interferes with everyday activities such as getting changed or getting in and out of the car. But you’re not alone! Whether you have not had back pain or if you are recovering from back pain, it’s extremely important to work to keep your back strong and healthy. Here at Dynamic Osteopaths we like to Focus our attention on dynamic functional movement to maintain your back health. Advice on prevention of low back pain Your osteopath can help you find exercises and therapies that will help strengthen your back. But you can do a lot to take care of your back and promote healing with this easy to follow routine: 1. Keep moving. Avoid sitting or standing in the same position for an extended period of time. Our spines like movement, so it’s a good idea to get up or change positions every 30 minutes to an hour.   2. Maintain good posture. When you’re standing, hold your head up high, shoulders back and your core muscles engaged. It’s really important to do the same thing when you’re sitting or working at the computer as well — head up, shoulders back and your stomach muscles working to support your back. Get a better chair, a back rest or adjust your computer monitor to help you avoid slouching or craning your neck forward. 3. Bend the right way. Learning the right way to bend, using your hips and knees instead of hinging from your lower back. This is good practice wherever you are, including lifting a child or a shopping bag. 4. Maintain neutral alignment 

For long-term back health, try to remember to protect your back by holding it in a neutral position.

5. Strengthen with corrective exercise. Here at Dynamic Osteopaths  we will teach you exercises that will strengthen your posture and movements to help ensure your long-term back health. Get in touch to find out more on how we can help you with your back pain. We have clinics operating out to Solihull and Birmingham. 01564 330773 

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