Lower Back Pain Treatment
Lower Back Pain Treatment at One on One Physical Therapy includes specific evidence-based techniques to restore motion and reduce pain.
Our Physical Therapists aim to reduce back pain by specific evidence-based techniques. This includes hands-on techniques to mobilize the spine in order to restore motion and reduce pain. We are experts at Trigger Point Dry Needling, which restores muscle dysfunction that restricts joint mobility. We prescribe specific exercises to improve your mobility and stability, which is necessary for functional movement and performance. We have state-of-the-art equipment and treatment methods to get you back doing what you love.
Seek Physical Therapy First for Lower Back Pain Treament
Low Back pain is common and often debilitating. Approximately 80% of individuals will experience lower back pain sometime during their lifetime, while 56% of all adults report having back pain over the past 12 months. More than one-third of adults say low back pain affects their ability to engage in tasks of daily living, exercise and sleep. Not surprising, 54% of Americans who experience low back pain also spend the majority of their workday sitting.
Studies show that Physical Therapists who mobilize the spine and combine manual therapy with neuromotor exercises for patients with back pain, can help alleviate their pain with long-lasting effects. A recent study published in Spine Journal showed that active and movement-based physical therapy for patients with acute low back pain are associated with better clinical outcomes. Seeking Physical Therapy care first and right away, leads to decreased use of prescription medications, avoids unnecessary MRIs and epidural injections, and lowers health care costs.