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Low Back Pain

Low back pain is one of the most common reasons cited for patients to see a physician. Low back pain are very common in modern society. The prevalence of low back pain  may continue to increase further.  

 More than 70% of people may experience low back pain at least once during their lives. Studies shown that pain does not resolve itself when ignored.Low Back pain is a common complaint.  The consequences of Low Back Pain are lower quality of life, sleep disruptions, care seeking and absenteeism. Recurrences of Low Back Pain have been shown to be both frequent and costly. Back pain 

What Are The Causes Of Low Back Pain?

Physical load work or repetitive stress or play (golf, tennis, soccer) increase your risk for the occurrence of musculoskeletal disorders. . It also is the most frequently reported injury in golf. Some possible causes of pain or ache include:

  • Poor posture
  • Repetitive Strain
  • Trauma (direct and indirect)
  • Muscle strain
  • Muscle spasm
  • Pressure on the inter-vertebral discs
  • Nerve compression or entrapment  

How Can Low Back Pain Be Treated?

The treatment of Low Back Pain should be directed at both the Low Back Pain as well as the underlying cause. We can combine some of the possible options for treatment of low back pain: 

 Advanced Body Work



Body Work




Mind-Body Medicine



 Nutritional Therapy  
 Exercise Therapy  


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