There are many causes to back pain, and many ways of treating it, however the more we look into back pain, the more we research it, the more it seems to be that there is no one solution to this ever-present condition.
Many people, especially those with chronic back pain have been through the “health professional merry-go-round” having seen a multitude of various health professionals and having ended up very close to where they started and in some cases a lot more confused and can be a lot lighter in their wallets and unfortunately still in pain.
We know that there are many factors that contribute to someone’s experience of pain, beyond the physical component there is also the psychological component.
Pain affects who we are, changes who we used to be, makes us behave in different ways and become more and more socially isolated. Pain doesn’t just affect you physically, but mentally, emotional, financial, vocationally even affecting those closest to you. This in turn can often lead to inactivity. We avoid social gatherings due to fear of having more pain from the physicality of attending the function, we avoid going for long walks or attending a concert, we miss out on those so important “date nights” with our partners, we look for the “less-pain” option all the time. We become the person in pain and our pain can become our identity.
Pain causes us to walk a certain way, stand a certain way, behave a certain way, it’s easy to spot a person in pain emotionally or physically from across the street simply by the way they hold their body.
These pain movement patterns and postures can be an attempt to reduce the stress on the body part injured, providing “slack” to muscles that are in spasm, however if we continue to move and adopt these patterns /postures they can become ingrained in our neural system and they then become our new normal way of moving. – our joints and body tissues therefore don’t move through the range they are supposed to, and we get even stiffer and tighter. We lay down layers of extra connective tissue which becomes solidified. We avoid movements that aggravate our pain, we take the lift, we use the other leg or arm, we simply don’t bend down – ever – there ensues a vicious cycle of progressive disuse, dysfunction, weakness, tightness, tiredness and perpetual pain. Which leads to muscle atrophy.
I hear you ask the following questions given the above situation that a lot of people in pain ask me;
So, what’s the answer? What makes Back Solution different from anyone else?
We’ve been able to develop and refine a soft tissue technique called to target solidified connective tissue in a very efficient and effective way, we’ve targeted the physical properties of the solidified connective tissue your body lays down in areas of excessive stress and load; using those properties against it, stripping those layers of adhesions and tightness right back allowing freedom of movement. Nobody else uses this technique except us. It’s a skilled technique only therapists with years of experience are capable of delivering appropriately.
While receiving this treatment we target the vicious cycle of inactivity, avoidance and weakness by utilizing Neuromuscular Patterning Techniques, breaking those adapted movement patterns and building natural, efficient patterns which your body is designed to move in.
So by breaking down the adhesions and tethering from the solidified connective tissue (which pulls you into /maintains poor posture) and by strengthening your body to achieve optimal posture and health, we are eliminating the stresses that your current posture is having on your painful body areas and thus alleviating your pain – permanently.
Back Solution across America has a proven record with acute and chronic back pain sufferers exceeding in excellence across the country. We have treated thousands of patients that range from Olympic athletes, professional athletes as well as everyday pain sufferers. Our rapid growth across the country will ensure a local clinic will be in your area soon to address your acute and chronic back pain.