BACK PAIN TREATMENT& NECK PAIN TREATMENT
Physical therapists, who are experts in restoring and improving motion in people’s lives, play an important role not only in back pain treatment, but also in prevention and risk reduction.
What to do about back pain treatment
In most cases (about 80% of the population) low back pain is mild and will disappear on its own. However, for some people, back pain can return or persist, leading to a decrease in quality of life or even disability. Stay active and do as much of your normal routine as possible when you have low back pain. Bed rest for longer than a day can slow down your recovery. If your pain lasts more than a few days or gets worse, then you should schedule an appointment at Rigby Physical Therapy.
Studies show that a combination of manual physical therapy and exercises can provide short- and long-term relief for people with neck pain.
A Physical Therapist is trained to help with the everyday headache and stiff neck syndrome to the more complex and involved disc issues, thoracic outlet syndrome that can create numbness and tingling down the arm into the hand and fingers. In some cases symptoms that mimic carpel tunnel stem from the neck and not the wrist region, surgery can be avoided and little to no time off from work is lost.
Rigby Physical Therapy
711 Rigby Lake Dr.
Rigby, ID 83442
Fax: (208) 228-0312