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Back & Neck Pain Treatment

Back and neck pain are among the most common ailments we experience in our lives. Fortunately, there are effective, non-invasive treatments to provide relief for most patients. Most back and neck pain is caused by mechanical issues involving muscle strains, joints, discs or a combination of the three. It may also be caused by a more serious condition, such as arthritis, degenerative disc disease or sciatica.

How Physiomed Can Help

Physiomed’s team of health experts will assess your posture, range of motion and strength, ask you a series of questions to define the type of pain you’re experiencing, and perform a series of tests to determine what’s causing your pain. Treatment for back and neck pain may include chiropractic care, physiotherapy, clinical conditioning exercise therapy, acupuncture and massage therapy, as well as patient education. Most back pain can be prevented by keeping the back muscles flexible and strong, improving posture, avoiding unnecessary strain and learning to bend and lift correctly.
Is back or neck pain getting in the way of doing the things you like to do? Book an appointment today.

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The couple that exercises together -- stays together. 💑⁠ As we navigate these challenging times, please remember to stay active and be kind to each other. ❤️

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Checking in on our kinesiologist Kyle as he recovers from ACL surgery. They say it can take up to 9 months to fully recover -- so we'll have to be patient! Can't wait for Kyle to re-join us hopefully this summer. 🤞

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