Lower Back Pain Management
Eighty percent (80%) of people will experience lower back pain at some stage of their life.
It is one of the most common reasons for people missing work and seeing a physician or allied health practitioner such as a physiotherapist or chiropractor.
Fortunately, most back pain is caused by musculoskeletal conditions and can be readily treated with great success.
Generally, lower back pain is something that can be reduced or eliminated with some back education, back care strategies and exercises. Braces and support can help stabilize your lower back. Various TENS and IFC units can help reduce your low back pain. Ice and heat also help decrease inflammation, increase blood flow and decrease pain.