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(Tear of the Oblique Muscles)
(Lower Back Stress Fracture)
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Sciatica, Spinal Stenosis and a Herniated Disc are frequent causes of back pain. Back pain symptoms consist of back ache, back muscle spasm, a stiff back, and referred pain to the buttocks, hamstrings, calf or foot. Back pain and back injuries are habitually caused by poor posture. Physiotherapy treatment and advice is really effective in the treatment and prevention of back pain.
Sciatica is also known as ‘Sciatic Radiculopathy’ and is characterised by pain, altered sensation and muscle weakness in the course of the Sciatic nerve. Sciatica may be accompanied by back pain, although in some cases there may not be back pain. Physiotherapy treatment is extremely successful in most cases of Sciatica. Postural advice and physiotherapy back exercises to improve spinal stability are central to the physiotherapy treatment of Sciatica and these treatment strategies are described in the PhysioRoom.com Injury A-Z.
The majority of back pain is due to poor posture and overuse during work related activities. Poor sitting support for the back while at a computer workstation can lead to back ache and contribute to conditions such as Spinal Stenosis, Herniated Disc and Facet Syndrome. Many people seek private physiotherapy treatment for these painful back conditions, which involves joint mobilisation and manipulation, massage, exercise therapy and advice on how to treat your own back pain.