Lower Back & Pelvis

Did you know that 8 of 10 people will suffer from back problems at some point in their lives?
Back pain is becoming more and more common due to sedentary jobs and lifestyles. This often leads to problems in other areas of the body when alignment changes causing lines of strain.

Treating back pain is bread and butter to our expert and experienced physiotherapists and treatment could range from a one off session to a course of physiotherapy. Your physio may suggest follow up treatments including Pilates or the Alexander Technique to manage your rehabilitation and prevent the injury from reoccurring in the future.

For more information on the treatments we deliver for lower back and pelvis problems please click on the options below or give us a call on 01282 453 110.

Treatments for Lower Back & Pelvis



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Physiotherapy is most commonly used to help and treat any musculoskeletal injury or disorder (in other words, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments or similar).  This means that we treat acute injuries like disc bulges, whiplash, sprains,


Sports Physio

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Sports Physiotherapy is extremely beneficial for anyone that enjoys an active lifestyle. Whether you are a weekend warrior, an elite athlete or a beginner, we appreciate how frustrating it can be if an injury prevents



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At Physiofusion, our massage treatment is all performed by Physiotherapists, who all have an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and specialise in a variety of techniques. We use a variety of techniques to help with all



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Acupuncture has been proven to be clinically effective and recommended by NICE (National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence) for use in the NHS - it has been used in private physiotherapy for many years already.


Tai Chi Chuan

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Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese martial art renowned for its health benefits.  As a form of exercise, it is very gentle. This gentleness however, is one of the greatest strengths of Tai Chi Chuan,


Alexander Technique

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What is Alexander Technique? The Alexander Technique is a method of producing optimal spinal alignment and helps you to identify and prevent the harmful postural habits that can cause pain, stress and under-performance. It also


Clinical Pilates

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What is Pilates? Clinical Pilates is used to strengthen the core muscles to prevent or rehabilitate after injury.  It is particularly suitable for rehabilitation or weakness of neck, mid back, lower back, hips and shoulders.



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At Physiofusion, we only use highly qualified injection specialists, who work alongside your Physiotherapist to get you the best treatment, and therefore, results. There are several uses of injection therapy: Anti-inflammatory injections (Cortisone) Anaesthetic injections