Anatomy of Lower Back Pain
The spinal column is made up of 33 bones called vertebrae with discs that act as shock absorbers in between. The lower back muscles and spinal column are important to spinal cord protection, stability, balance, weight distribution and static postures. Lower back muscles and other soft tissues enable and limit movements such as flexion, extension, side bending, rotation, or a combination.
The lower back spinal column consists of small bones vertebrae that surround and protect the spinal cord, discs, nerve roots and internal organs. Lower back muscles and ligaments are responsible for connecting and protecting the vertebrae and discs. Between each vertebra is a 'disc'. The disc is made of strong spongy, rubber-like tissue, which allows the spinal column to be flexible. Strong ligaments also attach to adjacent vertebrae and disc to give extra support and strength to the spine and spinal cord. The various muscles that are attached to the spine enable the spine to bend and move in various ways.
Nerves from the spinal cord come out from between the vertebrae disc and go to various parts of the body e.g. Sciatic nerve to legs.
During your visit to London physical therapy clinic, our chartered physical therapist explains anatomy of human body especially the lower back to you, which makes it easy to understand the cause of your disease. Throughout treatment process, your physical therapist also evaluates the progress of your back pain regularly. In London physical therapy clinic, we aim to educate our patients so far that they can manage their back pain injury adequately. Our chartered physical therapist teach patients the right exercises and encourage them to set up a long term plan to prevent back pain in future. In London physical therapy clinic, all interventions are evidence-based practice and we are proud of our reputation in treatment of all types of low back pain.
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Musculoskeletal conditions that our chartered physiotherapists treat: Low Back Pain, Disc degeneration, Pregnancy backaches, Arthritis, Whiplash, Sciatica Nerve Trapped, Headache, Pain, Stiffness, Tennis Elbow, Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), Tendonitis, Osteoarthritis, Postural abnormality, Pre/Post Operation. Rehabilitation, ACL Rupture, Hip/Knee Replacements, Ligament Cartilage Tear, Shin Splints, Ankle Sprain, Muscular Tear, job related injuries, aging. London physiotherapy now covering Kensington W8, Chelsea SW3, SW10, Notting Hill Gate W11, Hammersmith W6, Shepherds Bush W12, South Kensington SW7, Cromwell road, Knightsbridge SW1, SW3, SW 10, W2 in association with Fitness First gym club for all physiotherapy services.