Back and neck
Suffering through a neck or back injury can be a very concerning time. From treatment through to full recovery and beyond, we will help you get you back to living the life you love.
can often prescribe a series of remedial exercises or provide hands-on treatment to help mitigate and treat
back and neck pain. For serious cases, there are a number of surgery options
available (spine fusion for instance), as well as treatments for spinal stenosis and disc prolapse.
See our full collection of back and neck articles.
Physiotherapy isn’t a treatment reserved for elite athletes, or even for those recovering from an injury. In fact it can be used to improve your health in many surprising ways. Paul Kennedy highlights five signs that you may need physiotherapy.
Many of us can spend 40 hours or more every week working at a computer, whether at the office or at home. The long term effects of sitting for so long can be detrimental to your posture (and your health in general).
The back is one of the most commonly injured body parts so protecting it is vital to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Using your own bodyweight, this workout will mobilise your upper back, shoulders and abdomen.
MRI scans are among the safest medical procedures available yet some patients dread the experience. Here's our top tips for how to stay calm and get your scan.