What causes Lower Back Pain:

  • Work related posture

  • Lifting heavy weights in a wrong (bent over) position

  • Obesity

  • Age related problems (Eg. Arthritis)

  • Overactivity of back muscle

Symptoms of Back Pain

  • Prolonged back pain for more than a week

  • Back Pain which worsens with bending

  • Back Pain which gets aggravated on sitting

  • Stabbing or shooting pain that radiates to one leg

  • Decreased range of motion and limited ability to stretch your back muscles

  • General Muscle Pain

Back Pain diagnosis:

  • Your doctor will analyse the following movements to understand your problem:

    • Ability to stand and walk

    • Spine’s range of motion

    • Reflexes

    • Leg strength

      • Ability to detect sensations in your legs

  • If there is some serious issue, your doctor might recommend other tests like:

    • X-ray

    • Bone Scan

    • CT Scan

    • MRI

    • Blood and Urine tests

Ways of treatment:

  • Lower back pain treatment depends on the intensity and cause of the pain. Following are some of the way to treat lower back pain:

    • For temporary Pain relief: Medicines (like painkillers), Hot pack etc.

    • For reducing swelling or inflammation, you can use an ice pack or a cold pack

    • For long term improvement Physiotherapy treatment of lower back pain is recommended which involves strengthening of back muscles. It has been proven as an effective for the treatment of most of types of back pain. It should be done at a place where the patient is most comfortable and under the guidance of a trained physiotherapist. YourPhysio provides online physiotherapy sessions at the comfort of your home under the guidance of an experienced physiotherapist.

    • Surgery is one possible remedy, but it is not recommended until there is a fear of nerve damage or need for structural correction.

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Myths about back pain:

  • Prolonged bed rest can cure back pain on its own

  • Lumber belt will help to reduce back pain

  • Some massage therapies and ointments will cure your back pain without you having to strengthen your back muscles

  • Surgery is the only possible way to cure acute back pain

How does YourPhysio help:

  • YourPhysio has a team of physiotherapists with over 30 years of experience in treating patients across the world. YourPhysio has been providing in clinic physiotherapy care as well as online physiotherapy sessions for the last few decades.

How Online Physiotherapy Works?

Step 1: Tele Consultation

  • History of condition/pain is captured

  • Sr. Physio finds the root cause of pain by guided motions

  • 3D tech used for patient education

Step 2: Live Treatment Session

  • 31+ yrs experience therapists create your personalised plan

  • Real-time feedback & monitoring by Sr. Physios

  • Alternative at-home equipment proposed

Step 3: Monitor Progress via App

  • App access to exercise videos & materials

  • In-app outcome measuring tools to monitor progress

  • Patient can send SOS pain alert to therapist

  • We have provided physiotherapy care to over 20,000 people across the globe. We have seen similar results in both approaches (In clinic care and Online physiotherapy care). The patient is more relaxed, comfortable, and regular in the case of online physiotherapy treatment as he doesn't have to travel to a clinic every day. 

What Patients Say 

"The tools used to explain exercises & their impact were very unique.  It’s not about physical presence but having the right guidance. Video sessions meant zero wait time & flexibility to book as per my time. The in-app exercise videos help recall even if I forgot the exercise."

Swarna Moorthy

Sr. Principal Consultant 

Oracle (Mumbai) 

(Back Pain Patient)

How can you prevent Back Pain:

  • Do regular exercise with more focus on your core muscles

  • Correct posture while working (During work from home)- We provide an ergonomics session where we help you to understand the correct posture and correct furniture required for you to remain healthy

  • Use proper shoes (High heeled shoes are likely to cause damage to your back if you wear them frequently)

  • Use proper posture while lifting heavy items to protect your back muscles

  • Avoid getting overweight

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