Back Pain Relief and Sciatica Pain Relief Casper, Glenrock, Cheyenne, Laramie, WY

Back Pain & Sciatica Relief

Natasha A.
I have a number of issues and, at times, they can be very debilitating. The PTs here are very kind, caring, and compassionate. They are very willing to help solve problems and getting me back to my life. The puppy who is there on Fridays is a very special treat.
Nellie H.
Such compassionate and knowledgeable people from Dr Haley and Justin to the sweetest receptionist Alisha! No one has done more to give me relief from pain than these folks!

Millions of Americans are adversely impacted by back pain each year. Studies show that, at one point or another, approximately 80% of the U.S. population will be affected.

While there are a lot of treatment options available, many of these only address the symptoms and don’t target the actual cause of your pain or handle it for the long term.

The three main causes of low back pain and sciatica are

  1. Herniated Discs
  2. Arthritis
  3. SI Joint or Pelvis issues

Without identifying the correct cause of your pain there is no way to develop the proper treatment plan. Using a variety of movements, our physical therapists can help identify what is causing your back pain. We strive to effectively resolve your low back pain or sciatica by:

  • Identifying the true cause
  • Create a unique plan for your specific condition
  • Relieve your pain
  • Restore your normal motion, flexibility, mobility
  • Strengthen the supporting muscle
  • Return to your normal activities

Our specialty is Back and Neck Pain. Our therapists are very experienced, have the knowledge and skill sets to provide a number of different ways for you to reach your goals. In turn getting you back to life, living pain-free again.

Common conditions we treat:

  • Back Pain
  • Lumbar sprains/strains
  • Herniated or Bulging Disc (HNP)
  • Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD)
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Sciatica and leg pain
  • Facet pain
  • Spondylosis
  • Spondylolisthesis
  • Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Compression fractures
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation

If you have back pain, request a consult from one of our many locations today!

For more information, contact our physical therapists they will help you live life pain-free with their effective physical therapy treatment at Casper, Cheyenne, Glenrock & Laramie, WY & Billings, MT centers.

FAQs

What are the causes of back pain?

There are a large number of conditions that can result in back pain. For example, poor posture, car accidents, and sports-related injuries are just a few of the ways that someone may develop back pain. Injury is the most common cause of back pain. This can happen in one of two ways: 1) an instant, sudden trauma, such as a car accident, or 2) repetitive use that puts excessive stress on the back over time, such as bending down several times throughout the week to pick up boxes. Some other factors that may contribute to your back pain include degenerative disc disease, lumbar spinal stenosis, fractures, herniated disc, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, and tumors of the spine.

Why does my back hurt?

Back pain commonly results from a muscle strain or injury; however, it can also develop as a result of an underlying condition, such as a herniated disc, sciatica, or degenerative disc disease. Poor posture, car accidents, and sports-related injuries are also common ways that someone may develop back pain. Your physical therapist will focus on treating the root of your back pain, in order to help you regain mobility, function, and comfort.

How can I get relief from back pain?

You can treat your back pain with physical therapy. Physical therapy can address back pain by helping to improve your range of motion, strengthening the muscles in the affected areas, and using targeted massage to reduce tension. In many situations, working with a physical therapist to improve can significantly reduce the severity of your back pain, and may even help you avoid more invasive procedures, such as surgery.

What are the best exercises for back pain?

It is common that the muscles used to support the lower back may become weakened from inactivity. We’ll prescribe targeted, easy-to-do exercises that we will walk you through, in order to help your back muscles regain their strength. This will help provide greater support to your spine and reduce any inflammation you may be experiencing. While the best exercises for your back pain are relative to your specific conditions, some common ones your physical therapist may have you do include spine stretches, bridges, and pelvic tilts.