Neck & back Pain

There are several types of manipulations and exercises your physical therapist can use to relieve stiffness, strengthen the area, and restore normal function of the neck. Treatments such as cold or heat application, deep tissue massage, electrical stimulation, and ultrasound may be used prior to exercise.

When low back pain is persistent or interferes with normal activities, a visit to a physical therapist may be necessary. When you go to a physical therapist, he or she will perform an initial evaluation on the first visit. Be prepared to move around quite a bit, so be sure to wear comfortable clothing and make sure that your low back is accessible.

Common Symptoms of Back Pain

  • Dull, Burning, or Sharp Pain in Your Back
  • Leg Numbness or Tingling Above or Below Your Knee
  • Consistent Ache in the Middle or Lower Back

  • Stiffness or Achiness That Occurs Along Your Spine
  • Sharp, Shooting Pain That Radiates From Your Low Back to Your Buttocks, Down Your Thigh, and Into Your Calf and Toes

Common Symptoms of Neck Pain

  • Arm Numbness or Tingling
  • Headaches

  • Shoulder Pain
  • Sharp Shooting Pains or Dull Aches in Your Neck

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