This month I have seen many people with acute lower back pain

Hence, I thought I make another video with three simple exercises that usually ease acute lower back pain.

back pain management

To reduce back pain, it is essential to move slowly, as effortless as possible, and in a small range of motion.

Additionally, heat is often helping to reduce back pain and stiffness; some people like cool.

Most importantly, keep on moving; rest is NOT helping; it makes you stiffer, weaker and sorer.

Therefore, please seek advice from a Musculoskeletal and rehabilitation specialist for your back pain and the complete recovery process.

3 Easy Exercises To Ease Acute Lower Back Pain

National recommendations:

“National Health and Medical Research Council guidelines recommend that imaging is unnecessary for acute low back pain unless there are signs suggestive of a serious condition. Yet 25% of patients are referred for imaging after their first consultation, resulting in unnecessary Medicare expenditure.”

Reverence:

https://aci.health.nsw.gov.au/resources/musculoskeletal/management-of-people-with-acute-low-back-pain/albp-model

To Your Health
Ursula Knecht
Physio Knecht Joondalup
P 0431 66 29 56
https://physio-joondalup.com.au

MPhty (Sports), BPhty, DPhty, SportsPhty (IAS), ManTher (Sohier)

Author of: Back Pain Goodbye: Overcome Back Pain and Reclaim Your Life in 12 Weeks or less  

From the book:

BACK PAIN GOODBYE

Overcome Back Pain & Reclaim Your Life

In 12 Weeks Or Less

There is Light at the End of the Tunnel

New evidence leads to a new solution for back pain

Overcome back pain & reclaim your life in 12 weeks or less 

Facts about chronic back pain:

In March 2018, Monash University released a statement:

Ground-breaking research warns

“that low back pain is a major health burden globally – across developed and developing nations – and that the current use of X-rays and scans, opioids, injections and surgery to investigate and treat the condition is useless, unnecessary and harmful.” (1)

Low back pain “is poorly understood and is being mismanaged medically – at a cost both to the patient and to the healthcare system.” (1)

My deep desire and motivation to write this book is to help back pain sufferers to reclaim their life, avoid unnecessary suffering by dealing with acute and chronic back pain and learn effective back pain management.

Unfortunately, I went through years of chronic LBP and experienced firsthand how poorly understood and poorly managed LBP has been. (1) Fortunately, I was able to find a solution that not only helped myself but countless other back pain sufferers who sought help from me over the last 25 years. 

My suffering from low back pain led me on a long journey of despair, hopelessness and pain. It took me many years to find a satisfying solution for my own back pain and to reclaim my life.

This is a self-help book for back pain sufferers. A step-by-step guide to reclaiming your life in 12 weeks or less.   

I look forward to receiving your feedback during the program and hope you enjoy the freedom of less pain every day.

Kindly

Ursula Knecht

Master of Sports Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy), Sports Physical Therapist International Academy of Sportscience (IAS), Manual Therapist Sohier Concept, Diploma Physiotherapy, Clinical Hypnotherapist

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