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Back Pain

How to end Back Pain
Without Pain Killers

In order to get pain-free, it’s critical to understand how and why back pain occurs as well as take a holistic approach in how to treat the pain. And no, treatment does NOT have to mean taking pain killers!

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We are one of the few clinics in the UK run by a specialist McKenzie therapist.



If you experience back pain with or without sciatica please consult with us. Our job is to help you understand the cause of your pain and how to resolve it as quickly as possible.



We don’t believe in a ‘cookie cutter’ approach where all pain is treated equally and understand that each and every client has their own unique set of challenges and circumstances. Instead, we want you to be able to get back to feeling like yourself again FAST and without the need for unnecessary drugs which only treat the symptoms, but don’t cure the problem.

The Best Care You Can Get

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Best Patient Comfort

Trust and safety form the basis of our approach - we greet each patient with the utmost esteem and uniqueness.

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High Profile Physios

Each of our team members is trained in a special field of medical activity.

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In-Depth Pain Management

We have access to state of the art imaging and work closely with a team of consultants.

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High End Treatment

We offer fair professional medical advice and the newest treatments at the highest standards.


9 Ways To Prevent & Manage Back Pain Naturally

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    Use a Lumbar Roll
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    Take Frequent Breaks
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    Use Ice And Heat
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    Avoid High Heels
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    Avoid Sitting Crossed Legged
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    Sleep With A Pillow Between Your Knees
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    Proper Lifting Mechanics
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    Daily Specific Back Exercise Routines

Unlock your Own Healing Power with Physio

We can help you resolve your back pain.


This is especially important if you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms along with your back pain:


  • Tightness or stiffness
  • Leg or hip pain  
  • Pins and needles or numbness
  • Weakness  
  • Swelling and tenderness  
  • Difficulty walking
  • Problems controlling your bowels or bladder

In A Nutshell…

There are two key things you need to remember:

1. Move – being a fidget will prevent you sustaining poor postures for a prolonged length of time.

2. Look after your lordosis – support the hollow in the small of your back and maintain the ability to arch backwards.

Download your Back Pain Guide today!

Low back pain affects nearly everyone at some stage of their active adult life and is one of the most common ailments. Whether your pain is mild, intermittent or chronic, you shouldn’t have to suffer in silence. Back pain can even start without warning and for no obvious reason, interfering with simple, everyday tasks such as: sitting, getting in and out of the car, moving and sleeping well. When pain is acute, our usual response is  to just try and get some relief immediately through drugs. Sometimes it disappears as quickly as it arrived and as soon as we have recovered, we forget about it until it re occurs. With a little bit of knowledge and a few simple strategies, most people can learn to improve and manage their own symptoms. You just need to know what to do.

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