Back Pain Coventry, IDD Therapy Non Surgical Spinal Decompression.

Back Pain  IDD Therapy Non Surgical Spinal Decompression.

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Back Pain modalities that are Non-surgical, Non-invasive, i.e. No injections solutions to pain reduction and mobility.

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The latest Back pain treatment modalities such as Shockwave Therapy, IDD Spinal Therapy and Low Level Laser Therapy are utilised at Central Chiropractic and Physiotherapy Clinic helping to accelerate the recovery and healing process within the tissues, leading to a significant reduction in pain and inflammation as well as an increase in mobility of the Joints.

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Videos of IDD Therapy which may be of interest.

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Neck pain

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Back Pain

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Our team of Chiropractors, Senior Physiotherapists and Acupuncturists are also registered with Bupa, AXA PPP, Aviva, Simplyhealth, Mercia Health, BHSF, WPA, Groupama, Cigna, Police Healthcare Scheme, Standard Life, Healthshield and all other healthcare schemes and providers in Coventry and the surrounding area. Other conditions we can help with:

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  • Headaches
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  • Jaw pain
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  • Neck pain
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  • Neck injuries
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  • Whiplash injuries
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  • Back pain
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  • Back Injury
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  • Back injuries
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  • Mid back pain
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  • Low back pain
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  • Disc injuries
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  • Spinal injury rehabilitation
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  • Sciatica
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  • Hip and Groin pain
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  • Hip injuries
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  • Knee pain
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  • Knee injuries
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  • Shin pain
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  • Foot and ankle pain
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  • Shoulder pain
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  • Shoulder injuries
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  • Rotator cuff injuries
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  • Post-Operative Physio
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  • Postural problems
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  • Pain relief
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  • Arthritic pain relief
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  • Osteoarthritis
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  • Sports injuries
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  • Soft tissue injuries
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  • Hamstring injuries
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  • Calf injuries
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  • Pelvic pain
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  • Pregnancy pain
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  • Spinal injuries
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  • Tennis elbow
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  • Golfers elbow
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  • Bursitis
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  • Tendinitis
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  • Sprain/strains
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  • Rehabilitation
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  • Respiratory Problems
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  • Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
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  • Road Traffic Accident Injuries
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  • Nerve pain
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  • Elbow pain
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Our team of Chiropractors,Senior Physiotherapists and Acupuncturists are also registered with Simply health Mercia Health BHSF WPA Groupama Cigna Police Healthcare Scheme Standard Life Healthshield and all other healthcare schemes and providers.

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Causes of back pain Muscles Ligaments and Soft Tissues Among the many causes of back pain, the most common by far is a sprain or strain of muscles or ligaments. Muscle spasm can occur after twisting or bending awkwardly, or from a simple sneeze or cough. 

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The majority of muscle spasms tend to get better over time. Severe cases of muscle spasm are treated with medication, physical therapy and Low level laser therapy. Facet Joints, Facet joint irritation is another cause of back pain. 

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Facet joints are small pairs of joints on the back of the spinal column where the vertebrae meet. Facet joints provide stability to the spine by interlocking two adjacent vertebrae. Facet joints also allow the spine to bend forward (flexion), bend backward (extension) and twist Inflammation of facet joints can occur from injuries, excessive stress put on the spine or some forms of arthritis. Facet joint problems are functional problems and would not be visualised on x-rays or MRI scans.

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Trigger Points

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Trigger points are tender, sensitive areas that when pressed, stuck, heated or cooled can be exquisitely painful. You may first discover trigger points when you are surprised by someone pressing a seemingly pain-free area. Trigger point pain may also be referred to other areas of the body. Trigger points are common in chronic muscle spasm, myalgia, myositis, fibrositis, strain and sprain, and other muscle and joint problems.