Low back pain is one of the main reasons people visit their doctor. For adults over 40, it ranks third as a cause for doctor visits, after heart disease and arthritis. 80% of people will have low back pain at some point in their lives. And nearly everyone who has low back pain once will have it again. The most common cause of low back pain include bad posture, lack of exercise, obsess, and injuries.
There are many causes of low back pain. The back problems are result of acute injuries includes fracture, sprain and strain of muscle; chronic injuries include wear and tear, degeneration of spine. Over time, the normal process of aging can result in degenerative changes in all parts of the spine.
Lowback pain usually starts from degenerative changes in the disc. As the disc begins to collapse and the space between the vertebrae narrows, the facet joints may become inflamed. Lowback pain typically gets worse after activity due to strain on the moving parts of the spine. Back pain is usually felt in the back, but it may spread into the buttocks, hips, and thighs. The pain rarely goes down past the knee.
physiotherapy treatment is most effective to treat lowback pain. We will have you do some exercises to relax your lowback muscles. Our physiotherapist will show you ways to change your activities to prevent triggering and to protect your back. Our therapy sessions will apply heat, Shortwave, ultrasound, shock wave will help to reduce pain of your lowback. The goal of your treatment is to decrease inflammation and help patient to return to pain free status.
Each set of these exercise should be repeated five times per set and three sets per day, this could strengthen and stretch your back muscle group.