Back Pain Treatment

Expert treatment and support for back pain at our private Soho and Fitzrovia clinics

Specialist Back Pain Clinic: London

Our modern lifestyles mean an astonishing 84% of people will experience moderate to severe back pain at some stage in their lives – and increased numbers of people working from home mean back issues are more common today than ever before.

Back pain isn’t something you have to simply put up with. Whether it’s come as a result of strenuous exercise – or simply because you’ve adopted a poor posture working at your desk, we’ve got a range of professionals that can help.

From chiropractors and osteopaths to specialist physiotherapists, sports massage therapists, and strength coaches – we’ve got a team who’ll do everything we can to help you become pain free as quickly as possible.

Chronic pain management doesn’t have to be part of life

The way our bodies are put together hasn’t changed in tens of thousands of years – but our lifestyles definitely have. Today, we spent a lot of time sitting – often with a poor posture that puts pressure on our spine. What’s more, our range of movements are far more limited than they have been in the past – after all, modern life is built around convenience.

As a result of this convenience and our often sedentary lifestyles, the muscles that support our spines often become weak – and symptoms of this core weakness take their toll all over our body.

For lots of people, taking medication for pain relief gives short term pain relief – but issues with your back and posture will not fix themselves. In some rare cases, neglected back problems can lead to the requirement for invasive treatments, like spinal surgery or a semi-regular spinal injection. Even minimally invasive treatments can be extremely uncomfortable – and the use of strong painkillers can be detrimental in a number of ways. This is why it’s essential that you take action as soon as possible to ease pain and discomfort in your back.

Suitable for everyone – from office workers to professional athletes

You’re just as likely to hurt your back sitting in an office chair as you are in a sporting accident – so it doesn’t matter how you’ve ended up with aches and pains, what matters is how we tackle the issue going forward.

Our team of back pain specialists will approach every case of back pain individually. We’ll start by building a picture of you – what does your day look like? What kind of level of fitness do you have? How do you rest? How do you currently use your back? When is the pain most significant?

With a detailed understanding of your issue and your health and fitness – as well as analysis using our cutting-edge body composition technology – we’ll put together a plan to address your issues.

Patient care always comes first

We don’t have an off-the-peg approach to dealing with back pain, instead, we’ll consider the problem through a series of different professional approaches. Our back pain specialists include:

  • Chiropractors – each of which is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association.
  • Osteopaths – registered with both the General Osteopathic Council and The British Osteopathic Association.
  • Physiotherapists – each members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health & Care Professions Council.

To support and complement this team, we also have deep-tissue and sports massage therapists, specialist personal trainers, pilates instructors and strength and conditioning coaches. Our team’s experience and expertise is unsurpassed.

Of course though, some spinal disorders require dedicated medical attention – and if we feel this is the case, we’ll sign-post you to the appropriate medical professionals.

What kind of treatment do you need?

We don’t expect you to come to our private Soho and Fitzrovia clinics with a detailed understanding of your back pain or what the best kind of treatment will be – that’s our area of expertise.

Instead, we’ll listen – building an understanding of your pain. Then, with your permission, we’ll put together an effective treatment plan. This plan may include specialists like chiropractors, osteopaths, pyhsios, or sports massage therapists – but then again, we might recommend a personal training plan to strengthen your back to combat spinal pain.

Whether it’s a sports injury or just modern life taking its toll on your posture, we’ll make sure you’re on the road to recovery as quickly as possible.

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