Physiotherapy Lower Back Pain Fitness Trainer London

Physiotherapy Lower Back Pain London

Lower back pain

Lower back pain

As a C.H.E.K Practitioner Level 4 Scott uses many physiotherapy techniques and assessments. Many physiotherapists do not look at diet, lifestyle and posture.breathing pattern disorders They also overlook mental and emotional well being and how it links to pain in the body.

Diet and Lifestyle

swiss ball use in healing

swiss ball use in healing

Chronic pain patients (back, knee, shoulder, neck )
Herniated Disc
Sciatica – nerve impingement
Lower back pain
Athletes – Sport Specific ConditioningScott has a very , he maps the whole the body by using holistic techniques so to uncover the root cause of your issue not just looking at the spot that hurts.

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Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.

They maintain health for people of all ages, helping patients to manage pain and prevent disease.

The profession helps to encourage development and facilitate recovery, enabling people to stay in work while helping them to remain independent for as long as possible

If you’ve had your pain for many years and been to see many physiotherapists and nobody can get to the cause of you pain,scott will get you to do diet and lifestyle questionnaires then looking into your digestive health he will map you body and then he will do 4 hour assessment in gym looking at your posture core strength. breathing pattern  flexibility stability strength speed and power Scott can help you call scott for a free chat on 07841144878 !

Exercise Benefits for Low Back Pain

Lumbar spine (low back) stability is largely dependent on the supporting abdominal (stomach) and low back musculature. The abdominal muscles provide a stabilizing support with their ability to create pressure within the abdomen which is exerted posteriorly on the spine, therefore providing an anterior support column (from the front of the spine). The low back muscles stabilize the spine from the back and lead to posterior support.