It's a fact: most people will at some point in there life experience acute low back pain. The way acute back pain treatment has been approached has changed and continues to change. If you or your loved one suffers from back pain, make sure you're being treated following the approach describes in this article. It's broad and general and does not specifically center on one diagnosis but there are great take home messages within it.
You will also find out that some common words used by healthcare practitioners can be very detrimental to someone's recovery. Challenge anyone that are still using these terms.
Pierre-Yves Butheau, MPT, CMP has been a physiotherapist for 19 years and has a passion for helping people move better, return from and prevent injuries, as well as improve their function and quality of life. He has a strong interest in addressing the root cause of and treating neuro-musculoskeletal conditions while educating his patients with the knowledge to manage their conditions and prevent recurrence. Pierre also has a niche in treating Bell's palsy and temporomandibular joint dysfunctions.