Treatment For A Painful Back In Norwich, Getfitstayfit Norfolk Says “We All Need Good Treatment”

One of my clients recently, told me that  prior to coming to my clinic, she had been told.

“Everyone has back problems and you’ve just got to live with it”.

I believe that is a  almost criminal comment. My question is why is this the case and why do we accept it.?

When someone has a Painful Back they should have treatment for itI Suffered with it all the time, so do 4 million people aged 30 suffer from work related injury, PAIN Some pain is so severe that they must live on a cocktail of medication in order to cope. My PAIN started in 1982 after an accident at work. I was a serving member of the British armed forces. I had hurt myself a number of times over a 10 year period but the last fall did damage to my spine. PAIN was my constant companion

Pain comes in several different forms, from the dull nagging ,sharp and sudden, to the pain we have with  Osteo and Rheumatoid Arthritis .

There are many reasons,but not dealing with muscular pathologies, surely is not the right way to go.

We should not just be expected  to accept it and live with it.This is the field in which we work at Getfitstayfit Norfolk.

If a joint is out of out of alignment it will easily cause multiple issues, one being the lack of good blood supply, then concerns with the nervous system creating pain. Hyperirritable area’s in taut muscle are never a good thing.Thank you so much for helping me to get my back better. I had suffered for a few weeks. The pain and lack of ability to move was getting worse. I went to the GP. They gave me Pain Killers and signed me off sick for a month. Then I saw your advert and called you, thankfully you were able to see me very quickly. You assessed me and told me the muscles in my lower back were causing the pain. You put me on the Bioneuro Dry Therapy System Sigma Q(∑Q)® and also gave me a Sports Massage on my legs. Then the day after I was able to move a lot better

Trigger points often appear, also known as trigger sites or muscle knots,( just for the record although called muscle knots a muscle can not knot as it has an origin and an insertion ) are described as hyperirritable spots sarcomeres  in skeletal muscle that are associated with palpable nodules in taunt bands of muscle fibres

Research  has improved considerably in the knowledge of what a Trigger Point Formation is, this is when a dysfunctional endplate occurs, commonly associated with a strain or the over building of muscle tissue that can then be damaged, stored  calcium is realised at the site that creates a oxygen nutrient deficit.

Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is needed in order to remove the excessive calcium the problem is that ATP is decreased by the tightening of the tissue this then restricts the blood supply . The persistence’s of high calcium  level resumes  causing  Acetylcholine (ACh), release creating  a viscous cycle.

Why we can help You.!

The need is to stop the cycle. We specialise in muscle injury, with cutting edge equipment to deal with muscle injury from the use of  the Hydrotherm  Massage bed . This had a full medical review at the nation spinal unit  at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. Meaning  we can work deeper into your back more than many traditional massage or  therapies .Laying on a heated bed of water we create “Vasodilatation”   which helps bring blood to your muscles quickly thus aiding restoration and relaxation . The other  cutting edge equipment we us is the Bioneuro Therapy System Sigma Q (ΣQ®) designed to deal with, Trigger points and muscle injury and recovery, it works into deep muscles and nerves which are difficult for a traditional massage therapist to manipulate.

 The muscles as I spoke about in the 1st part of my blog were the “Multifidus” and the “Transversus abdominal muscles “, I also explained the “Multifidus” and the “Transversus abdominal muscles are very deep muscles and vital to maintain the pelvic stability, rotate and stabilize the spinal structure. Ref Spinal Stability, we worked the area from the T9 working downward to finish at L1, The Posterior Ramus of the spinal nerves. Please take a look at the photo, in which we have shown how we placed the pads of the Bioneuro , in the appropriate area to maximise effect, we have shown this with the client lying down on their front , this is only to make it easier to view .

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