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Solution To Low Back Pain

Solution To Low Back Pain

Identifying the type of back disorder you suffer from is the first — and most important — step in finding how best to treat it. Whether you’re experiencing back pain8 for the 8first time or you’ve suffered a relapse, seek the advice of an experienced, certified, and well-recommended physiotherapist.


Doing exercises to strengthen the lower back can help alleviate and prevent lower back pain. It can also strengthen the core, leg, and arom muscles.

Strengthen muscles, so they can bring and keep vertebrae in position and increase blood circulation around the discs, thereby allowing the discs to suck up all the fluid they need to make the lower back supple.


To establish the underlying cause of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction.

To effectively restore balance and optimal function within the musculoskeletal system. increase function, and provide education on a maintenance program to prevent further recurrences.

A physiotherapist can help in assessing and prescribing proper exercises as a course of treatment. It is also the duty of the therapist to educate the patient about the posture, exercise time, and intensity of treatment.


Imbalances in the feet can lead to knee rotation, back pain, pelvic tilt, and shoulder drop. Can help manage low back pain by improving and stabilizing the position of the feet.

Each subsequent joint above the feet can be considered a “link” in the chain—which goes all the way trunk of the body to the neck.

Over twenty years of treating all types of patients I have found that a custom-made orthotic has helped alleviate back pain in over 100% of my patients.


During a dry needling treatment, one or more thin, monofilament needles are inserted into a muscle trigger point. A trigger point is a local band of tight, irritable and dysfunctional muscle tissue. This often emerges because of injury, overuse or poor movement patterns.

Trigger points can disrupt your muscle function, restrict your range of motion or cause pain and tenderness.

When dry needling is applied to an affected muscle or trigger point, it can decrease muscle tightness, increase blood flow and reduce pain. 


Do you experience pain daily? Maybe you have hip pain, knee pain or struggle with low back pain? Contact us today at or give us a ring at +0863239194 to experience pain relief and recovery without invasive treatment and unnecessary medication.

At Don Kelly Physiotherapy and Acupuncture, we are confident that anyone who walks through our doors can be helped with our care and commitment to your recovery.