A Message From Dr. Jacob Dye, DPT, CSCS, DN, Owner of Origin Rehabilitation and Performance
It’s common to believe that back pain is insignificant and will go away on its own. It’s also common to blame it on “awkward sleeping,” a “spasm,” or something “everyone” suffers from at some point…
There is no obvious reason for it, but it does not appear to be changing!
If this is happening to you, you are not alone; we hear stories like this all the time. In fact, the most common problem we see in our clinic is lower back pain and sciatica!
Additionally, everyone we encounter is curious about how to manage back pain.
“How Come This Is Happening to Me?” or, “Why Am I Still in Pain After Putting up With It for 3-6 Months? (Sometimes Longer!)”
The majority of people who experience back discomfort believe it will disappear on its own.
We believe that there is a magical moment when you awaken one morning and your difficulty has vanished. But six months later, you’re living with persistent back problems that are frequently far worse than they were initially.
Does That Describe You?
People who come to our clinic with chronic lower back pain and tell us their prior doctor ordered them to “relax” and take medications are among the most annoying patients we encounter. The issue? It is ineffective! They would have ended up going back to their doctor, frustrated and in agony, if they had not made the decision to come to our clinic.
Has Something Similar Happened to You?
Choosing the proper treatment for your back pain can be challenging. You’ve heard so many different things from those in positions of authority. Unfortunately, most of it is useless!
It’s important to consider how frequently as well as what you do when it hurts. The more frequently an area weakens or an injury worsens as a result of improper mobility and posture, the more difficult it will be to exercise that body part. If we don’t start working on regaining balance through strengthening workouts made especially for those areas, you’ll start experiencing persistent pain.
People frequently don’t understand back discomfort and just accept it as “the way things are.” Otherwise, why does a backache stay longer than it should? Because there have been so many conflicting directions from numerous sources with little overall reliability, it might be challenging to know what to do.
Do you have the same thoughts?
If you have back pain, here are 7 more reasons why it may be lasting longer than it should:
1. You believed it would go away on its own, but it did not.
2. The physicians advised you to relax and take painkillers, but they had little effect on your back; as the pills wore off, the chronic pain reappeared.
3. Age-related back pain is universal, so you simply accepted it for what it is.
4. You had already tried different healthcare providers or a physical therapist, but nothing they said or did help.
5. You attempted YouTube workouts, but they failed or made your back ache tenfold worse.
6. Your back pain was so severe that you thought resting would help, but it actually made your condition worse.
7. You opted to get a couple of “massages” in the hopes that they would alleviate your discomfort, but all they did was make you feel good and didn’t solve the problem permanently.
You’ve previously tried everything and it still hurts? You need not continue to suffer.
If you have experienced any of the above, we would love to assist you by inviting you to a free phone consultation with one of our skilled back specialists who specializes in assisting individuals like yourself to get relief from their chronic low-back pain issues.
Simply click on the link provided!
“What Can I Do to Quickly Eliminate My Back Pain?” …
If You’re Currently Living With Back Pain, Here’s 7 More Reasons Why It Could Be Lasting Longer Than It Should:
1. You thought it would go away on it’s own – but it didn’t
2. You went to the doctor who told you to rest and take painkillers – but the pills did nothing to help your back, and as soon as they wore off chronic back pain struck again
3. A family member, or friend, told you that everybody gets back pain as they get older, so you just accepted it
4. You tried other Healthcare Professionals, or a Physical Therapist in the past, but nothing they said or did seemed to help
5. You tried YouTube exercises but they either didn’t do a thing, or made your back pain ten times worse
6. You thought it would be a good idea to rest because your back pain was so bad, but all that did was make it feel even more stiff and tight
7. You decided to get a few “massages” hoping that would fix the pain, but all they did was feel nice and relaxing, and didn’t do anything to fix it long term
If any of these have happened to you – we would love to help you by inviting you to book a call to talk with our low back specialist to find out what can be done to help you. The fact that you’ve tried any or all of these things already is actually a GOOD THING because when you know what doesn’t work – you are closer to finding the thing that does!
Click the link below to book a call with us if you would like to get some solid advice given to you over the phone. The phone call is complimentary and there is no obligation to book any appointments with us after the call is over. Our goal is to help you make the right decision about what to do next.
“What Can I Do To Get Rid Of MY Back Pain Quickly?”...
Here are four things you can do:
1. Initially, you must make a selection regarding assistance: It can be a grave error to believe that back discomfort will disappear on its own over time. As most of us are aware, it doesn’t work out that way, and six months from now, you’ll still be in an unpleasant situation, when what you truly need is a program that WORKS paired with some easy changes to your daily routine in order to break the cycle!
2. Next, perform the CORRECT exercises: The correct series of exercises prescribed by your physiotherapist will help lessen your back discomfort and restore your mobility. These are some excellent methods for getting rid of it rapidly, so don’t delay!
3. Avoid prolonged sitting and rest: Sitting on a couch for too long might exacerbate back pain. You need more movement and exercise, as well as hands-on treatment from physical therapists that understand the importance of this, in order to recover rapidly!
4. Physical therapy can make a world of difference for individuals suffering from low back pain. This is a common injury at Origin Rehabilitation and Performance, and we want to help you get treatment as soon as possible!
Do you want to know how we can help you get back up and running? Call or visit one of our clinics today for a completely free, no-obligation appointment!
Note: We offer this free Total Body Diagnostic session to people who are nervous or skeptical about Physical Therapy, unsure of its benefits, or if it is right for them. If this describes you, please begin with a Free Total Body Diagnostic session so that we can work with you to determine what is wrong and what can be done – with no financial risk to you.
So Here’s the Next Question:
“How Can Choosing Origin Rehabilitation and Performance to See a Physical Therapist Help You Get Rid of Your Back Pain - In the Next Few Days?”
Here are a few examples of what our Physical Therapy Team can do for you:
Essentially, we can assist you in returning to a life free of the burden of persistent back pain.