Back Pain Clinics – Brunswick,Fitzroy North & Thornbury

lower-back-painOur Osteopaths and Physiotherapists are highly experienced in treating all types of back pain, including muscle strain, joint sprain, pinched nerve, sciatica, degeneration, and arthritis.

We ensure that all treatments for back pain are the most advanced and effective method of treating your particular back pain condition. Our practitioners constantly review new procedures and technology to keep up with advances in the  rapidly changing world of medicine.  Our clinics regularly receives referrals from local GP’s and spinal specialists to help patients with back pain or sciatica avoid surgery.

Treatment for lower back pain depends upon the patient’s history and the type and severity of pain. The vast majority of lower back pain cases get better without surgery, and lower back pain exercises are almost always part of a treatment plan.

Persistent back pain is best treated by a team of experts and Premier Sports Medicine is one of the few specialised clinics in Melbourne who have a team of over 30 osteopaths, physiotherapists and rehabilitation specialists to help you get long-lasting relief from back pain.


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Exercise for Lower Back Pain is part of the treatment and also part of your rehabilitation. Once your acute pain has settled it is time for rehabilitation. This is when we focus on the underlying factors that have caused your back pain. Exercise is a key element of almost any lower back pain treatment plan. An exercise program will be developed and taught by a spine health professional. It will include three components: aerobic conditioning, stretching, and strengthening. The exercises are best done through a controlled, progressive program, with the goal of building toward a stronger, more flexible spine. Clinical Pilates or clinical strength classes have been proven to be an excellent exercise program for many patients who wish to commence a rehabilitation program and avoid future pain flareups.