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Don’t Let Back Discomfort Take Away Sleep

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Experiencing an inability to sleep, difficulty tying our shoes, difficulty bathing, trouble sitting at work, or trouble standing while waiting in line at the grocery store are often indicators that we are living with a back problem. We may be forced to sit out from our extracurricular sports and unable to enjoy our favorite exercise classes.

Like many conditions, when their is pain or discomfort in one area of the body, and its’s not handled, it can start impacting another area of our body. This pain or discomfort can eventually restrict you from enjoying your night at the movies, throwing the football with your son or participating with your hiking club’s adventures.

Back problems can make it difficult for you to complete your daily routine activities around the house. If you let this condition decrease your activity level, you are increasing your level of dysfunction. As your dysfunction increases, your pain level will also increase. Then the cycle starts over. So you can see why it’s so critical that you handle any discomfort right away.

Some common causes of back pain include:

  • Poor Posture
  • Core Weakness
  • Poor Mechanics
  • Weak Gluteal Muscles
  • Degeneration

Physical Therapy is an effective way to relieve your back pain and help you return to getting a good nights sleep, and get you back to your fitness classes.

Some basic benefits of physical therapy include:

  • Increasing your mobility
  • Improving your posture
  • Improve your movement quality
  • Increasing the strength of muscles designed to decrease the load on your back

At Loudoun Sports Therapy Center, one of our expert physical therapists will evaluate your back and determine what’s causing your pain and discomfort.  They will develop a personalized treatment plan that is right for your specific needs. We will help you find the answers, and help to end your cycle of pain.

CALL Loudoun Sports Therapy Center TODAY at 703-450-4300 to start handling your back pain now.  CLICK HERE for more on how physical therapy can help you get back to the activities you love most.

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