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Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy for Back Pain

If you're suffering from aches and pains in your back, there is a solution - physical therapy. Physical therapy for back pain is often overlooked, but it's a great way to get relief. In fact, studies show that physical therapy for back pain is just as good as surgery (and a whole lot safer).

How Does Physical Therapy for Back Pain Work?

There are a few different methods of using physical therapy to ease back pain. Generally, physical therapy for back pain is separated into passive treatments, where a doctor does things to the patient, and active treatments, where the patient must perform exercises. Examples of passive physical therapy for back pain include:

Examples of active physical therapy for back pain include:

The type of physical therapy for back pain that you use depends on the cause of your problem.

What Types of Back Pain Can Physical Therapy Treat?

Physical therapy for back pain is a great tool for the following problems:

Get Physical Therapy for Your Back Pain Today

Now that you know more about how physical therapy for back pain works, it’s time to try it out by seeking help from the professionals.

Alleviate pain, restore function and optimze health by calling Progressive Health Pain Institute today at 972-290-1507.

Kristy Snyder Writer and Editor - *The opinions expressed herein are solely the opinions of the author. Information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Should you need medical advice, see your physician.

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