Back Pain in Knutsford

Back Pain in KnutsfordJohn Griffiths Physiotherapy for back pain in Knutsford has brought great relief from pain. Chronic back pain is the most frequent complaint doctors and therapists hear from patients. Zeroing in on an effective non-invasive treatment is always the goal of physiotherapists at John Griffiths. The treatment plan may take time to develop and implement. Patience and consistency from patients are attributes helpful in the success of physiotherapy. Many have achieved pain relief with no surgery. Neck and back pain are frequently treated together as one may cause pain in the other. Pain causes stiffness in muscles and joints so while we work to relieve pain we strive to increase flexibility and broaden the range of motion.

Our physical therapists at John Griffiths are highly skilled, trained and educated in the musculoskeletal, and we clearly understand how the muscles, ligaments, tendons and bones work together. In Knutsford, back pain may be the result when there is a misalignment. You may be surprised during your first consultation when the therapist’s focus is on your feet instead of your back. Sometimes your walking gait is such that back pain is created. The first purpose during a consultation is for the therapist to determine the origin or cause of the pain. We will need to first rule out the need for medical treatment. The next step is to develop a treatment plan customised specifically for you.

Your treatment plan at John Griffiths Physiotherapy is designed to relieve back pain in Knutsford. You will realise great relief from the use of hands on treatment accompanied by laser and or shockwave treatments. You will be given an exercise program to help you regain strength and mobility. Contact John Griffiths Physiotherapy and make an appointment for a consultation if you are seeking relief from back pain. Our well-equipped gym is available to you for as long as you need it. During your treatments for pain relief you will learn how to avoid injuring your back again and how you can maintain your flexibility and strengthen the muscles that support your core so it can keep your bones aligned.

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