For Back Pain Management and Relief I consider back surgery to be the option of last resort when it comes to managing your long-term chronic back pain.
And a lot of this website is dedicated to other means of back pain management and relief. But, sometimes, you just don’t have any other option but to go down the spine surgery route. I have included information here on the different types of back surgery for a variety of conditions and locations - herniated disc, spinal stenosis etc. - and it is based on what I have seen working for my physiotherapy clients over the past number of years.
Expert advice from a Chartered Physiotherapist on some common questions about Spinal Surgery, such as the more common forms of Lower back Surgery? Is surgery right for me? Things to consider before having surgery, and what about recovery following surgery?
At all times seek professional advice for the neck pain symptoms you are experiencing, as some signs and symptoms may require urgent attention either surgically or conservatively. However, Cervical Spine Surgery should only be undertaken when other forms of therapy…
The aim of rehabilitation is to recover as much of the position, movement, strength, and ultimate function of your shoulder joint and girdle as can be achieved. Here we will have a look at the different aspects you need to…
Spinal fusion surgery is a technique used to combine two or more vertebrae in the spine. Please read on to find out more
Spinal Stenosis is more common in older age groups. Surgery for Spinal Stenosis relief should only be considered if your quality of life has been severely affected. Expert advice from a Chartered Physiotherapist.
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