Slip Disk/Low Back Ache
We impart excellent treatment for Sciatica/Slip Disk/Low Back/Ache Cervical Spondylosis deriving effective results. Arya Physiotherapy Clinic is well-equipped for diagnosing Sciatica and carrying out Sciatica treatment. Our expert doctors are well-versed and have good experience of undertaking Sciatic Nerve Pain Treatment, Low Back Pain Treatment, Slipped disk treatment, and low backache Cervical Spondylosis treatment efficiently.
We have advanced machines and follow modern and effective techniques for Sciatic Pain Treatment, which are updated regularly for deriving highest of benefit to the patients. So far, we, Arya Physiotherapy Clinic, have received high appreciation from our several patients for the services and treatments imparted by us. Also, our clinic is known for providing excellent Acute Low Back Pain Treatment in Gurgaon.
At Arya Physiotherapy Clinic, we specialize in addressing slip disks, also known as low back ache or herniated disks. A slip disk occurs when one of the rubbery cushions (disks) between the individual bones (vertebrae) of the spinal column is damaged, causing it to bulge or break open. This condition often results from age-related wear and tear or sudden injuries, leading to intense pain and discomfort.
Symptoms of slip disks vary depending on the location and severity of the condition but commonly include:
1. Sharp pain: Pain may be localized in the lower back or radiate to the buttocks, thighs, or legs, often intensifying with movement or prolonged sitting or standing.
2. Numbness or tingling: Patients may experience numbness or tingling sensations in the affected area or down the legs.
3. Muscle weakness: Weakness in the muscles of the legs or difficulty lifting or holding objects may occur due to nerve compression.
4. Loss of bladder or bowel control: In severe cases, slip disks can lead to loss of control over bladder or bowel movements, indicating a medical emergency.
Our comprehensive treatment approach at Arya Physiotherapy Clinic aims to alleviate pain, restore mobility, and prevent further injury. Treatment options include:
1. Physiotherapy: Tailored exercises and stretches help strengthen the muscles supporting the spine, improve flexibility, and correct posture, reducing pain and enhancing mobility.
2. Manual therapy: Hands-on techniques such as spinal manipulation and mobilization are used to alleviate pain, reduce muscle tension, and improve spinal alignment.
3. Electrotherapy: Modalities like ultrasound, TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation), or heat therapy may be employed to relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and promote healing.
4. Education and lifestyle modifications: Patients receive guidance on proper body mechanics, ergonomic principles, and lifestyle adjustments to prevent future injury and manage symptoms effectively.
5. Medication: In some cases, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), muscle relaxants, or pain relievers may be prescribed to alleviate pain and inflammation.
6. Injections: Epidural steroid injections may be recommended for severe pain and inflammation that do not respond to conservative treatments.