WHEN SHOULD YOU CONSULT PHYSIOTHERAPIST EXPERT IN THE LUMBAR SPINE?
- If you have back pain while getting up in the morning
- When bending over or getting up is difficult or causes pain
- If you experience low back pain or feel limited with every day activities or sports.
- You feel like your lower back is blocked.
- If you are experiencing back pain that extends down to your buttocks or down your leg.
- When staying in the same position for a long time increases your back pain.
THE INTERVENTION OF OUR PHYSIOTHERAPIST
A physiotherapist will perform a complete evaluation of your lumbar spine, as well as assessing the upper back, pelvis and hips.
- He will be able to find the source of the pains and will be able to formulate a treatment plan according to the problems found.
- Treatment goals will focus on optimizing muscle control and joint mobility. Your physiotherapist will also take the necessary time to explain the origin of your pain to your.
- Physiotherapists also have an important role to play in evaluating your posture and workplace ergonomics. They can provide you with advice and exercises to reduce your pain.
- The physiotherapist will also be able to evaluate your problematic sports movements in order to improve their quality and reduce the sources of pain.
- Disc hernias (with or without radiculopathy)
- Lumbar sprain
- Sciatica (problems with the sciatic nerve)
- Osteoarthritis or rhumatoïd arthritis of the lumbar spine
- Muscular tension (paravertebrals)
- Muscular weakness
- Lower back pain
- Vertebral fracture
- Spinal or foraminal stenosis
- Spondylolisis, spondylolysthesis
- Scoliosis (postural problem)
- Osteoarthritis, rhumatoid arthritis of the pelvic region or sacro-iliac
- Ankylosing spondylitis
- Sacrum/Coccyx fracture
- Pelvic-related pain
- Pregnancy-related pain
- Perineal and urogenital disorder
- Muscular weakness of the pelvic region