Back pain is very common and can vary from a slight twinge to severe pain at times. Most of the people recover quickly from their back pain, if it is managed properly. Physiotherapy is a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.

Back pain can be caused by a number of different things, including:

• Poor posture
• inherited spinal deformity
• bending or twisting awkwardly
• Over-stretching
• standing for long periods
• lifting or carrying objects incorrectly

Physiotherapy is a specialized profession that treat people of all ages, helping them in managing pain by using a number of methods to assist fast recovery. This is really helpful in restoring movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. Early diagnosis and treatment is the easiest way to recover quickly from lower back pain and to prevent a recurrence. Physiotherapists are often thought of as just dealing with musculoskeletal problems, but they are trained professionals who work in many areas like-

• intensive care
• mental health
• neurology (including stroke)
• long-term conditions
• breathing problems
• men's and women's health (including incontinence)
• recovery after major surgery
• orthopedics and trauma
• sports
• workplace health
• pediatrics (children)
• care of the elderly
• education and health promotion

Physiotherapists are highly trained and proficient healthcare experts who work as a part of multi-specialist team. They help people with physical difficulties resulting from illness, injury or disability. They work for NHS hospitals, community based organizations, private hospitals and clinics, sports clubs, charities and workplaces. They help people in restoring movement and bring back again to a per-injury state.

How physiotherapy works-

The aim of physiotherapy is to help restore movement and normal body function in case of illness, injury and disability. Physiotherapists not only treat specific problems, they may also suggest ways to improve your general well-being. For example, by taking regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight for your height and build.

Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals and they follow a holistic approach that includes, looking at the body as a whole rather than focusing on the individual factors of an injury or illness. A physiotherapist will look at your individual situation. As well as treating the problem, they may also suggest things you can do on a daily basis to help alleviate pain and discomfort. They may also give you advice about how to prevent the injury re-occurring.

As first see a well-known physiotherapist. Physiotherapists, doctors, and other health professionals will often work as a team to make a treatment plan for a specific condition or injury.