Lower back Injuries

We discuss some of the most common lower back injuries we treat and how we can help. Lower back injuries from Slipped discs to muscle tears. Muscles, tendons, nerves or joints, can be the cause of lower back pain, so we’ll look at the different types of structures in the ankle and the injuries that comes with it.

Remember that most injuries don’t happen in isolation, in most cases there are two to three structures that’s a problem. Its common to find more than one injury for example: With a slipped disc we find that 3 ligaments are sprained and usually 5 groups of muscle are injured, as well as 2 tendon injuries that accompany it.

Our main concern will be to determine which one is the worst or the main problem, and focus our attention there. A general rule of thumb is a hierarchy of importance:

  1. Nerve
  2. Bone
  3. Joint
  4. Disc
  5. Ligament
  6. Tendon
  7. Muscle

Lower Back Pain

Causes of Lower back pain treatment: muscle, joint, nerve, disc, tendon. Physiotherapist look at the symptoms, types of pain. Some lower back pain causes you need to know. When scans are necessary and how to prevent lower back injuries.

2019-07-22T09:28:41+02:00By |Back, Pain|

Sciatic Nerve pain

Sciatic nerve pain are felt along the sciatic nerve is referred to as sciatica. Sciatic nerve pain can be caused by compression, irritation or damage to the sciatic nerve branch as it runs from the lower back to the hip, leg, thigh & foot. We test, diagnose and treat sciatic nerve injury, especially Sciatica.

2019-07-20T13:09:50+02:00By |Nerve, Sciatica|


Sciatica is a symptom of irritation of the sciatic nerve that cause sharp shooting pains in the back, radiating down the Sciatic nerve to the Legs. A pinched sciatic nerve will cause symptoms of Sciatica

2019-07-07T20:20:52+02:00By |Back, Pain, Sciatica|

Back muscle spasm

Back muscle spasms is your warning that sign of a deeper, more complex problem. Your body is taking the first steps to protect itself. A physiotherapist can guide you to understand where the back muscle spasm are coming from.

2019-07-20T13:11:37+02:00By |Back, Pain|

Upper Back

Upper back pain of muscle, joint, nerve origin relates to the symptoms and can provide vital information to the cause of the back pain. Burning pain in upper back may overlap with conditions of the neck or middle back. Let our Physiotherapists investigate your problem.

2019-07-20T11:58:33+02:00By |Back, Pain|

Pinched Nerve pain

A pinched nerve pain occurs when too much pressure (compression) is applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues. Pinched nerves can be released, Physio treatment of Nerve irritation & compression

2019-07-20T11:59:43+02:00By |Back, Pain|