Herniated disc, pinched nerve, bulging disc, slipped disc rehabilitation and physiotherapy treatment in London at home or at the practice in Moorgate EC2, Belgravia Westminster SW1 and Clapham SW4 with our specialised physiotherapist
A back specialist to treat herniated disc, pinched nerve, bulging disc, slipped disc
Our specialised physiotherapist has years of experience dealing with patients that are suffering from different kinds of back pain or are recovering from surgery for a slipped disc. He is trained in orthopaedic physiotherapy in France and can use both passive and active techniques to help you manage pain, restore function and prevent a recurrence.
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If you cannot find an appointment which suits you or would like a home visit, call us or send us a message: we will do our best to find you a slot.
Herniated disc, pinched nerve, bulging disc, slipped disc physiotherapy rehabilitation at home or at the practice
London Home Visit Physiotherapy offers rehabilitation treatment for herniated discs, bulging discs or slipped discs, also if you have just had surgery, at your home in London, or at the practice. You can visit us at three different locations, at the light centre Moorgate EC2 near Liverpool Street Station and Monument Station, Belgravia Westminster SW1 near Victoria station and Clapham SW4, near Clapham South Station.
Herniated disc, pinched nerve, bulging disc, slipped disc rehabilitation with our physiotherapist in London
Most minor and moderate back injuries are treated without the need for surgery. Herniated discs may require surgery depending on the patient and the severity of the condition. Physiotherapy plays a major role in your recovery from back injuries or conditions, whether you have just had surgery or not. It will not only offer relief from acute or chronic pain, but it will also teach you how to protect your back in order to prevent further injury.
The foundation for efficient herniated disc, pinched nerve, bulging disc, slipped disc rehabilitation
Initially our orthopaedic physiotherapist in London will use different techniques to relieve your pain, such as hot and cold therapy and deep tissue massage. Once your body heals and the pain subdues, our London physiotherapist will start applying active treatments with tailored exercises in order to strengthen your core muscles and improve your stability. Strengthening your back and learning how to perform day to day movements properly will help you stay pain and injury free longer term. Having a strong back is important but a healthy back also needs flexibility. Our physiotherapist in London will also gently stretch your back and teach you back stretching exercises that you can perform at home by yourself. Stretching won’t only give your more flexibility, but will also help relieve pain, as it will alleviate some of the pressure created by the bulging disc.
Physiotherapy rehabilitation after back surgery in London
If your condition requires back surgery our physiotherapist in London will be able to work with you on a rehabilitation plan after the operation so you can recover quickly and safely. He will teach you how to perform movements safely and which movements you should avoid in order to prevent further injury in the future. You will also work together on stretching and strengthening your back muscles in order to return to normal activities safely.
We are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa recognised and axa ppp recognised
For appointment with our physiotherapist at home or in our practices in Moorgate EC2, Belgravia Westminster SW1 or Clapham SW4 :
0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765
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More information about herniated disk, slipped disk, bulging disk and pinched nerve
What is a herniated disk, slipped disk, bulging disk or pinched nerve?
These terms refer to a problem with one of the disks between the individual vertebrae of your spine. These disks act as cushions between the vertebrae and each disk has a soft, jelly like consistency. If this jelly like material “leaks” from the disk, it causes it to bulge and potentially press on adjacent nerves causing pain and discomfort. If the bulge is significant enough, then the condition is called herniated disk and it might require surgery in order to not affect the function of the spinal nerves. A disk injury may occur when you lift something heavy in an awkward position, or twist your lower back during that movement, causing sudden trauma, or from accumulated repeated microtrauma due to bad posture and weak core and back muscles.