Back Pain

Back Pain Conditions Treated

A bulging disk is one of the most common causes of back pain.
Degenerative Disk Disease occurs when the cushioning in your spine begins to wear away.
Facet Arthropathy is both a form of arthritis and a degenerative…
A spinal compression fracture can happen to anyone.
With a herniated disk, the outer cartilage of the spinal disk has a hole or tear.
Muscle strain and sprains are the most common cause of lower back pain.
You are not alone if you have just been told that you…
The sciatic nerve travels from the lower back through the hips,…
Scoliosis affects six to nine million Americans.
Spinal Stenosis, also called spinal narrowing…
Chronic wear and tear on your spine often lead to Spondylosis.
Spondylolisthesis is the slippage of the spine vertebra into the bone or vertebra below.

80% of Us Will Experience Back Pain

More than 31 million Americans suffer from back pain each year. As a matter of fact, it is the number one cause of disability in the United States.

Why are so many Americans experiencing back pain? The reasons range from a new sedentary lifestyle to even sports overexertion.

  • Sofa sitting
  • Movie binge watching
  • Working from home (WFH) at a non-ergonomic desk
  • Weekend yard work
  • Hobbies, and sports.

There’s no wonder that lower back pain is a top reason why patients visit their primary care physician and enroll in physical therapy. 80% of us will experience back pain at some point.

While back pain is common, the reasons behind the pain are varied. The Therapy Network offers a wide range of treatments and services to offer pain relief and to get your back to your normal lifestyle.

How Can The Therapy Network Help?

Many experiencing back pain acknowledge that a regular exercise routine is a key to pain reduction, but they do not know how to start a plan. The professionals at The Therapy Network can create a custom plan to help you strengthen your core muscles, increase flexibility and get back to regular exercise.

Did you know you do not need a physician’s referral to visit The Therapy Network in Virginia? Remember, that first twinge of pain in your lower back is a signal to “get up and get moving .”

80% of us will experience back pain, and now is the time to take action. At TTN, same-day appointments are available at our six locations in the Hampton Roads, Virginia, area.

Appointments are available in Hampton, Norfolk, Virginia Beach, and Chesapeake.


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