Around 80% of the population will experience back pain at some point in their lives, as low back pain is attributed to be the leading cause of disability around the world. Many factors result in back pain, ranging from sprained ligaments and muscles to inflamed joints. The lower back is prone to injury as common movements, such as lifting a heavy object, can strain the muscles and ligaments. It is important to learn back pain prevention strategies from our physiotherapists to ensure that your daily activities are not affected by such an injury

Our modern, contemporary lifestyles are not the most supportive in maintaining healthy backs. When you do feel low back pain, feel free to seek the medical advice from our team of highly experienced specialists. Low back pain is a complex issue and it is important to know the cause of the pain. In the event that the cause involves the musculoskeletal system, our orthopedic surgeons and rheumatologists are best able to pinpoint the cause. Our on-site neurologist is able to manage issues relating to the nervous system.