Physiotherapy for Back Pain Colchester, Essex 

There are many things to consider when treating Back pain. Identifying which structures may be involved is important but equally important is the therapist's understanding of the environment that you live and work in. We offer a range of comprehensive treatments to help alleviate your back pain and improve your quality of life. We care about our clients, which is why we’ve dedicated over 40 years to helping people from across the UK to rid themselves of back pain. 
Back pain can be acute (caused through injury) or it can be insidious or chronic (has occurred without injury or been around for a long time) 
Acute back pain can be treated by the same principles as any soft tissue injury, treatment modalities can be used to optimise healing and reduce pain. Chronic back pain requires a guided approach which considers function, pacing and exercise to make you stronger and more tolerant of discomfort. 
Whether you only require standard physiotherapy or you’re looking for something more intensive, we would be happy to help. Furthermore, if you don’t know what you need just yet, our highly knowledgeable and experienced team members will confidently point you in the right direction. 

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Back Physiotherapy in Colchester, Essex 

Back pain is one of the most common conditions we see here at the clinic, as it is a condition that many of us will experience in our lifetimes. This is why we offer comprehensive back physiotherapy in Colchester, Essex, to ensure that back pain of any kind is thoroughly treated and corrected. Back pain can be acute, meaning that it has developed as a result of your working environment through repeated strain and injury. Alternatively, back pain can be insidious or chronic, meaning that no injury has occurred but you have suffered from it for a long time. 
Common types of back pain that we treat at the clinic are. 
Acute back pain 
Chronic back pain 
Nerve root irritation 
Stress fractures of the pars -interarticularis (Pars fractures) 
Lumbar Hypermobility 
Sacroiliac joint disorders 
Our Physiotherapists, skilled in back Physiotherapy in Colchester, Essex, can detect the root causes of your back problems and suggest the correct course of treatment to alleviate your pain. We use both hands-on and hands-off approaches to improve your confidence in movement and increase your strength so that function is improved and discomfort is minimised. So, if you require back physiotherapy in Colchester, Essex, contact us now to book an appointment! 
"Exception treatment with ongoing care. Very professional and knowledgeable approach. My ongoing back problems have improved so much and my everyday life activities are now enjoyable again. Cannot recommend this practice highly enough, thank you." 
Christine - 01 March 2021 
"I recently saw Carl Green at Colchester Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic for some pain I was having in my back as well as some previous issues with my knee. 
Carl instantly made me feel relaxed and addressed all my concerns. He was patient listening to my story, and undertook a thorough investigation into the issue. Afterwards he gave me a clear plan to follow and we had a short gap before a follow up appointment to establish my next steps. I am now on my way to fully recovering and am really grateful for his help. 
He was extremely professional and a joy to work on these issues with. The reception staff were also a real delight and it really made my day on my final appointment when they congratulated me for finishing up my treatment. It's very easy for physios and others in a similar profession to keep you coming back for their own financial gain but here they only had my recovery at the forefront and didn't make me once worry about anything. 
I can't recommend this physio enough and if I have any issues in the future I'll be going straight back to them and Carl!" 
Alice - October 2023 
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