For Physical Therapy In Spokane Valley Call Now! 509.892.5442 Call Now! 509.892.5442 "Why Does My Pain Relief Only Last 3 Days?"April 3, 2020 A lot of people are frustrated by TEMPORARY pain relief, when what they're really looking for is PERMANENT, lasting pain...read more
If you’ve read some of my other blog posts about back pain and sciatica, you might already be familiar with what I call the “Top 3 Causes” of back pain and sciatica…
Today’s video is a bit different…
Sometimes, figuring out which of those 3 things is causing your issue isn’t enough information. That’s because you may have overlooked the “true root cause”.
Check out the video below to learn more about how to uncover the TRUE Root Cause of your back pain and sciatica.read more
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This is the fourth article in this series of blog posts about common types of surgery. So far, we’ve talked about shoulder, knee and hip surgeries, and I’ve saved my least favorite for last: back surgery.
If you’ve had any of these types of surgeries before, you can probably appreciate the idea that surgery is always the last option. It’s the option you choose when you’ve tried everything else, you’re still in significant pain, and you’re realizing that the pain is causing you to miss out on the things you enjoy in life.
In today’s post (video at the bottom), I’m going to describe the most common types of back surgeries, and I’ll follow it up with some important tips and advice to help you figure out the best course of action.read more
Sacro-Iliac Joint (SIJ) pain can be tricky to treat at times, and it’s often overlooked by doctors and physical therapists alike.
This is because changes in the alignment of the SI joints won’t typically show up on imaging, such as x-rays or MRIs.
Instead, we use different techniques to diagnose SIJ pain, such as your pelvic landmarks and leg lengths.
When this information is combined with your physical exam, we can usually narrow down the alignment of the SI joints, and from there we can figure out how to get you back in good alignment and out of pain.
And while this is difficult to do on your own at home, I wanted to share an effective treatment technique for the most common type of SIJ pain we see, which is an anterior rotation.
In the video, I’ll explain how to assess your pelvic alignment, and then I’ll go into the technique.read more
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