Spinal Injury Treatment

Thoracic Spine

Thoracic inter-vertebral joint dysfunction and Costo-vertebral dysfunction

Mid Back and chest pains are not as common as neck or lower back pains. Pain in this region arises from strain to either the intervertebral spinal joints or the joint between the ribs and spine. These are referred to as thoracic inter-vertebral joint dysfunctions or costo-vertebral dysfunctions. Treatment of these conditions includes manual therapy (hands on techniques), specific exercises, acupuncture, and modification to sporting or working technique. Injection therapy is sometimes used.

Spine Vertebral Column with Pelvis Explanation

Lumbar Spine and SIJ

Prolapsed intervertebral disc, degenerative disc disease and Sacroiliac joint dysfunction.

Lower back pain is experienced by 9 out of 10 people at any point in their lives. Pain can arise from the spinal joints, the discs between the vertebrae, irritation of the nerves or due to muscle spasm. In severe cases pain can spread into the leg. Some of the more common diagnoses include prolapsed disc (bulging disc), degenerative spinal disease (wear and tear of the spinal discs and joints) and sacroiliac joint dysfunction (strain on the sacroiliac joint). Treatment of back pain includes manual therapy (hands on techniques), postural changes, specific exercises, acupuncture and life style changes. Injection therapy and surgery are other options.

Clinician and Patient Body X-Ray Explanation

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What Our Patients Say

Lindsey 34 Hutton, Essex “I was in 10 out of 10 back pain... now after my treatment I am feeling much better and am back in the gym using the cross trainer and stair master again”
Jane 38 Brentwood, Essex “I was suffering from debilitating headaches 3 times a week... the hands on treatment was really good even after the first session I felt amazing! Now I feel fantastic!”
Mark 41 Langdon Hills, Essex “You isolated the problem to damage in my lower disc... It’s now hugely better and I am back to football”


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