South Morang | Heidelberg | Richmond
Ph: 0423 295 892
Do you suffer from back pain?
Remember you are not alone, almost 70%-90% of people in Australia will suffer from back pain, according to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Where 16% of the population have back problems. That's 3.7 million Australians. This could specifically be due to occupational RSI, incorrect movement that causes injury to muscle or joints with in the Vertebrae or direct trauma from an accident that misfortunately occur.
At Muscle Medicine Melbourne we will:
You will not require a referral from you're GP to receive MYOTHERAPY treatment at Muscle Medicine Melbourne
It is important to understand that some spinal conditions can be prevented and avoided. Through better understanding of how to protect you're back from injury.
At Muscle Medicine Melbourne we strive on educating our client's on how to lift and move safely whether you are in the work force or in the gym. We prime our service on educating our patients to use and move with their body's correctly.
Its our primary focus to "preserve you're physical health"
Spinal injuries can and will occur from incorrect movement and restriction caused from muscle tissue limiting mobility leading to spinal injuries. Causing neurological symptoms which can be quite debilitating causing nerve impingement. Spinal diseases may develop due to the existence of unidentified existing spinal injuries Spinal Injuries & diseases will require further investigation through X-RAY, MRI or ULTRA SOUND screenings.
Please contact you're Local GP.
Muscle medicine Melbourne are leading muscle pain specialists
Excessive muscle tension located on other parts of the body can and will lead to the cause of back pain.
This could be due to the following reasons:
Leading to Lower back pain
At Muscle Medicine Melbourne the back pain specialist we will conduct orthopaedic, muscle strength assessments & Range of Motion (ROM) tests during you're initial consultation in order to determine the root cause of you're back pain.
Neurological symptoms due to muscle tension can also occur however if or muscle weakness is a factor this can be a sign of neurological disease leading to atrophy and weakness having poor activation and no control over movements in the limbs. Further investigation will be required.
Please consult you're GP for further investigation if you are experiencing muscle weakness and atrophy (wasting).