Physiotherapy For
back pain treatment

Eliminate pain & Recover faster at home with the
help of best physiotherapists


To get physiotherapy treatment for back pain at home and
at the time of your choosing, please get in touch with our
expert team.

Request a Call Back or  1800-102-4224

Physiotherapy For back pain treatment

Eliminate pain & Recover faster at home with the help of best physiotherapists


To get physiotherapy treatment for back pain at home and at the time of your choosing, please get in touch with our expert team.

Request a Call Back or  1800-102-4224

What is back pain?

Back pain is a common condition that most of us will experience at some point in our lives. It is among the most common reasons for absenteeism from work and living in pain with limited movements for a prolonged duration.

In most cases, the cause of pain in the back is nothing serious and can easily be resolved in a few weeks’ time by taking a few precautionary measures and treatment at home. But for symptoms that persist for longer duration and are not resolved, they may require full-assessment and diagnosis by an experienced physiotherapist for more comprehensive advice and treatment plan.

What are back pain causes?

Among the most common causes of back pain are poor sitting posture, bad lifestyle, frequent forward bending and lifting heavy items. Typically, people who work in an environment that involves sitting for longer duration experience this kind of mechanical back pain problem. Though it is not a serious condition, it can be quite uncomfortable to experience constant ache or pain in the back.

Back pain becomes a regular condition in elderly people. Women are also vulnerable to back pain both during and post pregnancy.

Some of the most common conditions which lead to back pain are:
  • Disc prolapse
  • Osteoporosis
  • Joint impingement
  • Strains & Sprains
  • Abnormal posture
  • Prolong sitting
  • Arthritis
  • Skeletal irregularities
  • Poor muscle flexibility
  • Fracture
  • Sciatica

For symptoms related to pain in lower, middle or upper part of the back, physiotherapy is considered to be an ideal treatment. A team of professionally trained physiotherapists help you identify the root cause through standardised assessment; give advice on ways to correct your posture; track your progress on outcomes, and plan treatment based on mutually agreed goals so that you get back on your feet in no time. If you are experiencing any kind of pain or discomfort in the lower back, our qualified team of physiotherapy experts is here to help by providing you with a complete customised treatment & recovery plan.

Why should you opt for physiotherapy as the treatment for back pain?
If you have been suffering from back pain for some time and the pain is refusing to go, it could be the right time to consult with an expert physiotherapist from HCAH. Physiotherapy can prove to be the most beneficial in treating various kinds of back pains in comparison to surgery or other options like painkillers or pain relief sprays. Physiotherapy treatment provided by a well-qualified and trained physiotherapist is known to have provided immense relief to people who were earlier known to constantly suffer from:
Non-specific lower back pain:
A condition under which no specific cause is known to be causing the pain in the back.
Sciatica pain:
A pain that spreads from the lower back and travels all the way down to your legs.
Spinal stenosis:
A condition in which the space around your spinal cord narrows, causing pressure on your spinal cord.
Degenerative disc disease:
Caused due to the ageing of the discs in your spine
What are the benefits of physiotherapy for back pain?
Physiotherapy has emerged as one of the best ways to eliminate back pain and completely prevent the need for surgery. Its practice encompasses back stretching and strengthening exercises, lifestyle corrections, preventing any further injuries, manual therapy and a combination of other techniques for long-term relief.
Undergoing regular physiotherapy for extreme episodes of back pain can:
  • Help improve the movement & functioning of your joints & muscles
  • Help improve your posture and restore normal mobility
  • Reduce the need for surgery and dependency on anti-inflammatory drugs/painkillers
  • Prevent future complications in the back
  • Reduce muscle soreness and release tension
  • Speed up healing and strengthen your back
Are you fed up of living with back pain? We have the right solution for you! HCAH’s home-based physiotherapy can help treat your back pain in more than one way. After assessing your condition, our professionally trained and certified physiotherapist will develop a customised treatment plan and recommend preventive measures that will help you recover faster and eliminate back pain. Furthermore, when you choose back pain physiotherapy at home service by HCAH, you enjoy the unparalleled benefit of:
Comprehensive & customised treatment plans
High quality & protocol-led care at home
Regular patient progress report (for reviews & amendments)
Continuous monitoring by our clinical team of experts
Exercise program for self-maintenance
Outcome based discharge plan
25+ years of home care experience in delivering satisfaction to 4 lacs+ patients in 40+ cities
What results can you expect from specialized physiotherapy treatment for back pain?

Most people suffering from back pain can find relief from pain and recover in 4-6 weeks. However, this time frame can vary from case to case, the nature of the injury if any, patient’s history of the chronic condition which led to back pain, and also the treatment plan you opt for in consultation with your physiotherapist.

You can choose to stop the suffering now. Get in touch with us for the best back pain physiotherapy treatment at home and at your convenience, right now!


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