Reduce Back Pain: 5 quick and easy exercises to reduce back pain

Lower back pain treatment

Are you suffering from lower back pain?
An exercise physiologist can help.

Get expert, personalised treatment for lower back pain, so you can rediscover the joy of pain-free movement.

Free Initial Lower back pain Consult

Enjoy daily activities pain free

Sleep better

Move with confidence

Symptoms of Lower back pain

Common lower back pain symptoms you may be experiencing

Ongoing pain or stiffness

Dull shooting pains down the leg

Limited movement

Limited plans

Reduced endurance/fitness/tolerance

Limited range of motion

Poor mental health - increased anxiety, low mood

How can we help treat your back pain

At EP360, we understand that being able to manage lower back pain can significantly impact your daily life. Our approach is personal and practical – together, we build a strength and mobility program tailored just for you, that works towards your goals, and takes into account your pain experience.

But it’s not just about exercises; we’re big on helping you understand your pain too. We believe that understanding your pain is the first step on your journey to a pain free life, and we’re here to guide you every step of the way, making sure you not only feel stronger but also confidently equipped to take charge of your lower back health.

Overcome Lower back pain.
How to get started:

Book a session

Simply book online or give us a call to book your session.

Initial consult

We'll get to know and understand where you're at in your health journey, and create a plan tailored to your needs.

Get stronger, move better

Manage your condition, strengthen your body and live an active life.

Common causes of back pain

  • Deconditioning and lack of movement for long periods.
  • Overuse injuries with improper exercise technique.
  • Repetitive use/movements at work without rest.
  • Posture types that put undue strain on tissues scoliosis/lordosis/kyphosis).
  • Chronic depression and anxiety, untreated poor mental health.
  • Injury to lower limb/s
  • A multitude of diseases can also lead to lower back pain ( osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, spina bifida, spinal stenosis, ankylosing spondylitis, endometriosis, fibromyalgia, etc)

What to expect at your appointment

  • Thorough initial appointment with history taking.
  • Physical screening.
  • Planning and goal setting.
  • Pain education.
  • Self management techniques.
  • Brief exercise session to lay the groundwork for progressions.

Lower back pain treatment FAQs

Why do I experience lower back pain?

Lower back pain is a complex condition, and can be caused by any number of factors. However, regardless of why you experience lower back pain, know that there are treatment options available to help you manage your pain.

Of course! Lower back pain isn’t the life sentence many people believe it to be. While we can’t guarantee that you will be pain free all the time, you will be far better equipped to deal with any flare ups that occur, meaning the pain will be short lived and less severe.

Absolutely! Disc bulges often heal with time and appropriate care. The body has a remarkable ability to repair itself, and this remarkable ability works on your spinal discs too.

This will differ from person to person, however start by remaining active and do what you can do comfortably, no matter how little that might be. Our eBook, which can be downloaded at our website, offers some basic exercises to try in the comfort of your own home.

Exercise can seem like a daunting activity when you’re in pain, however when performed safely and to a level that you can tolerate, it is generally completely safe to do so. If you’re unsure or concerned, our exercise physiologists can guide you in the right direction.

While chiropractic treatment can provide welcome relief in the short term for some people, it unfortunately doesn’t always address the underlying issues relating to lower back pain. If you find that chiropractic treatment doesn’t work for you, incorporating a strength and mobility training program prescribed by an exercise physiologist into your week may be the missing link.

Everyone should exercise regularly, regardless of whether they have lower back pain or not; the health benefits are so profound. As you progress, exercises can however be changed and adjusted to suit your individual goals and symptoms. This might mean less frequent and/or intense exercise sessions.

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