Physiotherapy Clinic for Work-Related Injuries in Sunnyside
If you are reading this, then the likelihood is that you have been involved in some type of work-related accident recently. If this is the case, then you have come to the right place. At One To One Physical Therapy we specialize in all types of work-related injuries, particularly those centered around lower back pain. Juan Romero, founder of One To One Physical Therapy, holds a master’s in health sciences and One To One Physical Therapy has also acquired a range of certificates down through the years. This includes but is not limited to manual therapy certificates, kinescope practitioner certificate, Mackenzie protocol certificate and functional capacity evaluator certificate.
Since day one, we have successfully integrated physical therapy and acupuncture to more traditional physiotherapy treatments looking for our patients’ overall collective recovery. Our state of the art rehab office is located in the heart of Sunnyside and our skilled team of experienced professionals is comfortable people of all ages in our local community here in Sunnyside.
By combining our wealth of experience with the latest and most advanced physiotherapy procedures means that we at One To One Physical Therapy can treat all type muscular-skeletal, sport, orthopedic and bank conditions. So, if you want to make a speedy recovery from a car accident at work or injured your back lifting something you shouldn’t have, then we should be the first number you call. We promise you won’t be disappointed!
What Does a Lower Back Strain Feel Like?
To put it simply, your back is made up of a series of muscles and ligaments the hold the bones of your spinal corridor together. It is possible for strains to occur of you stretch these muscles too far. The tiny tears that emerge from over-stretching may start out as something small but, over time, the muscles in this area of your back are weakened, resulting in a range of pain and the hold of your bones not being in place correctly. From there, the spine can become less stable, resulting in lower back pain.
What many people fail to realize is that because nerves stretch out from the spinal across the entire body, low back strain can lead to pain in areas other than your back. Typically, low back strain can be caused by a range of different factors. Some of the most important include:
- Extreme physical exertion
- Bending or crouching repeatedly
- Lifting heavy objects if you are not in shape
- Emotional stress and strain from work
- Improper posture
- Being overweight or out of shape
- Sitting in the same uncomfortable position for long periods of time
- Even a severe cough can result in low back pain if not addressed properly
Call One To One Physical Therapy Today
If you want to heal a back strain or diagnose a more serious issue like a pulled disc, then you need to contact us at One To One Physical Therapy today.