Being diagnosed with arthritis can be a very worrying time for you.
It’s likely that you’ve heard of relatives, friends or colleagues who’ve had arthritis and suffered for years with little relief and worsening symptoms.
So when you’re told that your lower back pain is caused by arthritis, it can be very upsetting and leave you feeling helpless.
Whilst there is no complete cure to arthritis, we want to assure you that there are ways to relieve the pain and enable you to enjoy your life to the full without constant fear of agonising flare ups or missing out on doing the things you love.
In this blog, we will outline what delivers the best results for our patients, and you can find out what is the best treatment for arthritis in the lower back.
Symptoms Of Arthritis In Lower Back
If you’re suffering with arthritis in the lower back, you will likely experience pain, joint stiffness, and may be finding it difficult to move freely. There are several types of arthritis such as Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis, which require slightly different approaches when identifying the best treatment plan.
Often doctors will diagnose patients with a form of arthritis, and offer very little advice other than to rest and take painkillers.
We understand how incredibly frustrating this can be if you’re in that position, and feel let down by the advice you’ve received so far.
However, there are a variety of non-invasive, natural treatments to reduce lower back pain caused by arthritis.
Whilst you may not be able to completely eliminate discomfort forever, there is almost certainly suitable treatment options that will reduce the severity and frequency of lower back pain caused by arthritis, and help you enjoy a healthy and active lifestyle.
What Is The Best Treatment For Arthritis In The Lower Back?
Exercise Can Help Lower Back Pain Caused By Arthritis
If you’re suffering a bout of agonising back pain right now, exercise is probably the last thing that you want to do.
But even for the most severe cases of arthritis, gentle forms of exercise such as yoga, pilates, swimming or cycling can increase mobility, help promote circulation to the spine, and improve overall health.
Physical Therapy To Treat Arthritis In The Lower Back
Physical Therapy can play a vital role in treating arthritis in the lower back, and our team have worked with hundreds of back pain patients to reduce pain, improve mobility and get back to doing the things that they love.
Our team can provide a tailored exercise plan which will enable you to stretch tight muscles, free up stiff joints and strengthen weak areas that are contributing to greater pain in your lower back.
In addition, our team can provide massage therapy to help muscles, tissues and joints feel less painful, and speed up recovery from any injuries or inflammation.
Extracorporeal Magnetotransduction (EMTT)
I’m sure you’re reading this and thinking “What does that even mean?”, but EMTT is something that has massive benefits for people like you suffering with Arthritis and lower back pain.
EMTT is a ground-breaking, non-invasive treatment option for a wide range of conditions and something our patients have LOVED.
EMTT is quick (treatment sessions take only 5-20 minutes), pain-free and provides natural relief.
Right now, and for a limited time only, we are currently offering an exclusive bonus where you can buy one EMTT session, and get the second completely free. To find out more, call our team on (712) 560-0460 now.
Relieve Arthritis And Lower Back Pain With Impact Physical Therapy and Wellness
To find out more about the range of drug-free, non-invasive treatment options that could help you stay active, and pain-free from arthritis, there are two easy options:
You can arrange a Free Arthritis Analysis at either of our two clinics in Siouxland (Sioux City and Akron) where you can speak to a member of the team, get your questions answered and end the worry and confusion surrounding your arthritis and lower back pain.
Alternatively, we offer a Free Telephone Consultation where you can speak to a member of the team from the comfort of your own home.
Unsure Whether We Can Help Your Arthritis?
Rae Wilson, one of our patients, was in a similar position when they first visited us with Arthritis:
“I had no idea how physical therapy could address arthritis, but I was ready to try anything. I could hardly believe how good I felt after the first two treatments. I have been virtually pain free for almost three weeks now.
Keith is a highly competent physical therapist, but treats his patients as people, rather than a particular set of symptoms. With Trish, his friendly receptionist, greeting me as soon as I walked in, the whole experience was incredibly positive.”
What are you waiting for?
Arrange your Free Arthritis Analysis or call us on (712) 560-0460 today so you can get back to enjoying long walks, playing sports, and keeping active without fear of lower back pain.
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