Atlas Physiotherapy Atherstone
Physiotherapists  -  Sports Injury Specialists  - Osteopaths
Telephone  -  01827 707921
Atherstone Physiotherapy Clinic
Back Pain
Low back pain
 
As an alternative to Nuneaton Chiropractors
The Atlas Pain Relief Centre Atherstone are offering a multi-disciplinary approach to back pain treatment.

Osteopath, physiotherapist and acupuncture treatment is available as well as massage for Nuneaton back pain sufferers and Atherstone back pain patients.

Sacroiliitis and inflamed sacroiliac joints can be treated along with trapped nerve symptoms like sciatica.  Bulging discs and prolapsed discs can be treated with physiotherapy and get you back to work as soon as possible.
Low back pain and backache are suffered by most of us in our lifetime.  Poor posture and sitting a lot at work all contribute to back pain. 

Muscle spasm can result and you may experience a spinal deformity where you are pulled over to one side by the muscle spasm in your back.

There are other serious causes of back pain such as pathology however most back pain although painful can be treated successfully given the correct diagnosis and treatment.

MRI scans can be arranged within a few days if required
Pregnancy back pain is often caused by the transfer of weight in late pregnancy and the relaxing of spinal ligaments which alter the posture and put strain on the low back.

As the weight develops at the front the pregnant mother tends to lean backwards to compensate putting strain on the lumbar spine. This can be treated safely with osteopathy techniques or acupuncture which will ease the back pain and make pregnancy more comfortable.

Following childbirth, care needs to taken not to lift heavy children into the back of cars while still in their car seat.  Balancing the child on your hip while you are standing can put extra stress on your spine and result in posture changes too.
Pregnancy back pain
Back Pain                    Trapped Nerves
        
Neck Pain                      Shoulder Pain

Sciatica                          Knee Pain

Headaches                   Elbow Pain

Arthritis                          Heel/Foot Pain

Whiplash Symptoms      Muscular Pain