Lower Back Pain
It is estimated that 80% of American adults will experience Low Back Pain at some point in their lives. Although it is common, Low Back Pain is often misunderstood and left untreated. Many resort to surgeries, strong medications, injections, hot packs, traction or Decompression therapy with little or no lasting relief. Many people we treat in our clinic will have tried many other treatments and will have suffered with Low Back Pain much longer than they needed to. There is a better way…
At Madden Physical Therapy, our compassionate therapists specialize in treating Low Back Pain. Our therapists get results for our patients because we treat the cause of the problem. When the cause of your Low Back Pain is addressed, your pain will improve immediately.
Do You Have Low Back Pain With:
- * Sitting or standing for long periods?
- * Bending forward?
- * Lifting?
- * Getting in and out of a car?
- * Rolling over in bed?
- * Standing up from a chair?
Then the Low Back Pain Program may be right for you.
Common Causes of Low Back Pain We Successfully Treat:
- * Herniated Discs
- * Arthritis
- * Degenerative Disc Disease
- * Pelvic Dysfunction
- * Lumbar Sprains
- * Lumbar Strains
- * SI Dysfunctions
- * Spondylolisthesis
- * Sciatica
Approximately 12 million Americans suffer from incontinence. It affects women and men of all ages.
Incontinence is the loss of bladder or bowel control. The person with incontinence is unable to control when and where elimination will occur.
Incontinence is a condition. The condition can be helped. Incontinence is commonly caused by:
- Relaxation or weakness of the pelvic floor muscles.
- Reduction of muscle control that may occur with aging.
People with incontinence can improve their condition. The muscles responsible for bowel and bladder control can be strengthened with Physical Therapy. First, the pelvic floor muscles are tested for strength, endurance and resting tension. Next, the patient will begin Biofeedback training. The therapist will instruct the patient in the use of a home training unit. Most people see an obvious improvement after just a couple of sessions. Most patients are treated weekly to continue working towards control of their bowel and bladder. The best time to begin improving your condition is now. Incontinence rarely improves with time. The Incontinence Program is an effective solution.
Who we can help:
- * Urinary Incontinence
- * Fecal Incontinence
- * Pelvic Pain
- * Constipation