– Do You Suffer from Neck Pain or Back Pain Frequently?
– Have you been diagnosed with Spondylosis, Sciatica, Disc Prolapse or Slipped Disc?
– Are you not able to sit or stand not even more than few minutes?
– Have you been advised surgery, but aren’t sure, whether to go through with it?
– Have you been tired of Bed Rest to cure for Back Pain?
– Has your condition not improved even after Medications or Spine Surgery?
If you have any of the above questions, you need us! Trust your care to experts!
Neck Pain and Back Pain are most common problems today due to sedentary lifestyle in the society. Any person who has more than 2 hours sitting, standing, or travelling daily are bound to suffer from Back Pain at some point in their lives. As per recent research studies, 80-85% adults suffer from Back Problems at some point in their lives.
Researchers shows that Back pain is 4th major cause of years lived with disability (YLD’s).
Excessive use of Mobiles and Other hand holding gadgets result into more number of Neck Pain and Cervical Radiculopathy cases.
Majority of Back Pain and Neck pain can be treated non surgically by advanced physiotherapy with multidisciplinary team approach. Hardly 2-3% of Back Pain Patients require surgery in cases of Trauma, Infection, Metastasis, Congenital Spine Issues etc., rest of the patients can be managed conservatively.
When To Consult With Best Back Pain Doctor In Jaipur?
The point is that back pain can be gone with home treatment and rest, but you should be careful about it. Instead of taking random medicine, you should consult with the back pain doctor.
The best back pain doctor in Jaipur not only diagnoses the exact reason also guides you to avoid it in the future by suggesting remedies and exercises. If you want to consult for back pain therapy, you can book an online or offline appointment.
We are India’s 1st super specialty spine clinic, working with advanced technologies, multidisciplinary team comprising of Spine Surgeon, Interventional Pain Specialist, Physiotherapist and Chiropractors.
Our approach for such cases is unique with identification of root cause first then correcting that ill element with the help of modern technology and expert team. After performing detailed objective and Clinical assessment, we develop the individualized treatment protocols. The best of it is the Spine Decompression System (SDS). It is the leading non-surgical alternative for treatment of mechanical Neck Pain with Radiation to Upper limb, Chronic Back pain from Disc and facet Joint Pathologies. One of the major advantages of SDS is that it does not present any risks associated with surgery, injections, or anesthesia. It is also helpful to the patients who have had back surgery and yet, continue to experience pain.
We follow 7 Phase Rehabilitation Protocol, which includes:
Phase-I- Detailed Assessment and Diagnosis- Establishing the root cause of the Symptoms
Phase-II- Pain Management- With Latest Non-Surgical Pain management technology like Class IV Lasers, Combination Therapy etc.
Phase- III- Pain Management Board- Discuss and Present the Case in Pain Management Board comprising of Spine Surgeon, Pain Physician, Physiotherapist, and Chiropractor.
Phase-IV- 3-D Non-Surgical Decompression- To treat the root cause of the Symptoms
Phase-V- McKenzie Exercises and Spine Manipulations as required
Phase-VI- Core Stability Exercise Program
Phase-VII- Prevention- Ergonomic training to the Patients
Yes, physical therapy helps in back pain.
Physical therapy (Physiotherapy) to treat back pain includes both passive and active treatments, including stretching, strengthening and low impact aerobic exercise.
Your Physiotherapist will teach proper body posture techniques for sitting, standing, and lifting that reduce the likelihood of back strain or injury. You will also learn specific exercises to do at home. Regularly performing these guided home exercises can help your back muscles strengthen more quickly. Visit Now AQ Health Care for Back Pain Physiotherapy.
Physiotherapy is a medical science’s branch that’s we treat the patients with the help of Modalities like TENS, IFT etc or Exercise Therapy , Manual therapy etc.
There are many dieases which are treated with Physiotherapy
Back Pain ( Sciatic Nerve Pain)
Post Operative Rehab
Physiotherapy includes of treatment using modalities and exercises (stretching and strengthening exercises).
Suggested Physiotherapy which works best for lower back pain includes :
1). Heat therapy (Short wave diathermy, moist heat) or cold therapy.
2). Interferntial therapy Current (IFT) – For pain relief.
3). Ultrasonic therapy at the tender point/spot.
4). Lower back strengthening exercises.
5). Static abdominal strengthening exercises.
6). Isotonic strengthening of abdominals.
7). Stretching exercise of tight soft tissue structures (for eg. Hamstring muscle stretching. Tight Hamstrings are one of the reasons for low back pain) in the back area and legs.
The primary reason physiotherapy is always prescribed after surgery is to bring back mobility in the area that was affected. The second most important reason is pain Handle. Physiotherapy treatments helps to recover the pain a person feels after orthopaedic surgery.
Spinal decompression is the best therapy done to relieve back spinal pain by stretching back spine. Spinal decompression gives an effective alternative to surgery and other more painful form of treatment.
Spinal decompression has the capability of relieving pressure on the spinal nerves caused by disc herniations and degenerative disc disease, and is helpful for conditions such as sciatica and facet syndrome. Most research has shown spinal decompression to be successful in 71% to 89% of patients. More than 10 different research studies have been conducted with all of them showing good results for patients treated with spinal decompression.
Physiotherapy treatment for disc prolapses is very effective and aims to reduce pain, stiffness and muscle spasm, as well as sciatic leg pain. Once your disc prolapsed symptoms ahave been reduced your physiotherapist will help to improve your muscle strength and flexibility.
In recent times with advancements in technologies, the spine surgery is being done with minimal invasive techniques. In this there is minimal incision and minimal blood loss. However in 90% of the cases sugery success depend on the pre and post rehabilitation and exercises. How you train or strengthen your muscles.
Very few cases of disc bulge need surgery where there is more neurological involvements like bowl and bladder involvements, muscular atrophy and pain is not recovering with all conventional therapies.
Spine decompression is advanced technology where we can control the traction force, prevent muscle guarding, apply more force to decompress the disc and do vertebral targeting.