Low Back Pain And its Solutions By Chiropractic Methods

Views:
 
Category: Education
     
 

Presentation Description

Low back pain is a common cause of pain in athletes. A muscle strain may be the most common cause of low back pain in sportsmen or college athletes. The general categories of treatment for low back pain are medications and therapies. Therefore, Read this pdf to understand low back pain related issues and some methods to get solutions.

Comments

Presentation Transcript

slide 1:

Low Back Pain After Sport Treatment At Bodyline Health

slide 2:

B O D Y L I N E H E A L T H When we exercise or play sport certain parts of our body take a large amount of the load. Because of the way we weight bear our lower backs is one of the areas that experience the most significant loads. What happens

slide 3:

Delayed onset muscle soreness. Muscle Strain. Chiropractic Subluxation. Spinal joint sprain. What is causing the soreness Soreness after sport can be due to various factors. Some of the most common causes include:

slide 4:

D.O.M.S → Ice and soft tissue therapy such as massage. Muscle strain → Icing reduction of inflammation then proceeding to massage. Chiropractic Subluxation → Chiropractic manipulations mobilisations and soft tissue therapy. Spinal Joint Sprain → Icing and reducing inflammation before proceeding to more specialized treatments. How do I get relief If you are experiencing more pain than expected after sport seek advice from one of our chiropractors. They will be able to identify what the cause of your pain is. The treatments for these common injuries can include the following:

slide 5:

How do I prevent lower back injury Our posture can impact how much strain we put our low back through chatting to your chiropractor about your posture and how to correct it can help with your bodies bio-mechanics reducing your risk of injury. Continue-

slide 6:

Many of us do not know how to properly activate these muscles increasing our risk of lower back injury. Research is showing that one of the best things you can do to prevent lower back injury re-aggravations and to help recover from a lower back injury is to build up and strengthen your “core” abdominal muscles. There are deep abdominal muscles at the bottom of our stomach called the ‘Transverse Abdominal’ muscles. If you are a sportsperson and have any questions about recovering from or preventing injury please do not hesitate to contact the clinic on 9017 4784 or make an online inquiry.

slide 7:

Get In Touch With Us 03 9017-4784 phillipbodylinehealth.com