Statistics show that nearly half of all people will experience low back or neck pain at some point in their lives. This type of pain should be seen to as studies show early intervention will help ensure a quick and successful resolution.History would suggest the correct treatment for low back pain is lying flat on your back. The theory has since changed to accommodate a more functional approach. We now know that getting the area mobile and functioning normally as soon as possible will help reduce stiffness and decrease overall time spent in pain.
The good news is that the majority of people with low back and neck pain will respond adequately with a management plan including manual therapy and an individual exercise program. APSS practitioners are qualified to implement this type of program, find the cause of the problem and work with you to provide greater strength, stability and flexibility.