Low Back Pain
Physical therapists can help prevent and manage your low back pain, in many cases, without expensive surgery or the long-term use of prescription medications.
If you have ever experienced low back pain, you are certainly not alone. The good news is that most cases of low back pain are not serious and will respond well to conservative, proven treatments such as physical therapy. Physical therapists can help prevent and manage your low back pain, in many cases, without expensive surgery or the long-term use of prescription medications.
Back Pain Tips from a Physical Therapist
If you have low back pain, you are not alone. At any given time, about 25% of people in the United States report having low back pain within the past 3 months. Find out how a physical therapist can help you improve or restore mobility and reduce low back pain.
Low Back Pain: Prevention and Management
Got a question about low back pain? Ask our experts! Tune in April 23 at 7 pm ET for our Move Forward online radio show! Host Debbie Myers will be joined by Mary Ann Wilmarth, PT, DPT, OCS, chief of physical therapy at Harvard University, Mike Ryan, PT, ATC, physical therapist and athletic trainer for the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Colette Morgan, MD, with Emory University and AARP Georgia volunteer.