Back Pain Physiotherapy
Elite Spinal Physiotherapy Bondi Junction is a niche back pain clinic located in the heart of Sydney’s medical hub, Bondi Junction All practitioners have a particular interest back pain physiotherapy, in particular the diagnosis, treatment and ongoing management of spinal and related disorders. We provide a targeted hands on approach to treatment followed by providing a rehabilitation program aimed at restoring your body and spine back to optimal function. All therapists have a strong exercise rehabilitation focus and believe that patient self -management strategies are integral to the prevention of ongoing pain related to spinal disorder.
What is the Cause?
Statistics show that 80% of the population will suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. Lower back pain has many causes. The source of pain can be from the Lumbar Spine Discs, Facet Joints, muscle spasm, bony growths, nerve impingement or irritation just to name a few.
Signs and Symptoms:
- Patients may describe one or more of the following:
- Local sharp pain, dull ache or burning pain
- Pain that radiates into hip or groin
- Pain that goes down the leg to the thigh, calf, ankle or foot
- Pins and needles or numbness into legs and feet
- Weakness of the leg muscles
- A pain that is associated with loss of bladder or bowel control
- Pain that is aggravated by sitting, standing, bending forward or backward, twisting or walking
What Can We Do About It?
Treatment will vary according to cause of pain however will involve some hands on treatment followed by a tailored exercise program. If needed we are able to organise appointments for x-ray, CT scans or MRI. We will work closely with your GP and can arrange specialist referrals if required
Back Conditions We Treat:
- Non-Specific Back Pain
- Sciatica (Read More)
- Degenerative Disc Disease (Read More)
- Facet Joint Syndrome (Read More)
- Discogenic Back Pain
- Bulging Disc
- Prolapsed Disc – Herniated disc – Slipped disc
- Spinal Stenosis (Read More)
- Thoracic-Upper Back Pain (Read More)
- Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction
- Back Spasms
- Myelopathy (Read More)
- Spondylolysis or Pars Defect
- Ankylosing Spondylitis (Read More)
- Cauda Equina Syndrome