Are You Living with the Burden of Constant Back Pain?
Back Pain Is Not A Reality You Have To Accept
As common as back pain is, it’s disappointing, not only how little information there is out there, but how much incorrect and bad “advice” is given to those suffering.
In our industry, it’s often the same mistakes that put people into escalated and unnecessary situations.
Some of these might sound familiar.
“It’s just part of getting older.”
“Sleep it off.”
“It will go away on its own.”
“Take a higher dose of painkillers.”
“This (invasive and unnecessary) procedure is what we recommend.”
After resorting to one of these temporary “solutions,” your pain has escalated into something worse than it ever would have been if initially dealt with properly.
We all deserve to enjoy our lives without the burden of pain constantly hanging over us. “Getting through” with painkillers or unnecessary surgeries doesn’t have to be your reality. None of us have to resort to that.
There’s a significant difference between pain toleration and pain relief. Once you’ve experienced that difference, you will have a more comfortable life.
At Focus Physical Therapy, we don’t believe that pain relief should be difficult to achieve. Answers from a qualified source should be easily accessible to all. We all deserve to be able to load our dishwasher, enjoy a round of golf or play with our kids without being uncomfortable and distracted.
We are devoted to supplying as much information on pain relief and prevention as we can. This starts with our free reports. Focus PT Owner and Operator, Dr. Brad Conder, has put together a report of expert tips and advice for back pain sufferers.
Completely free to all, this report focuses on common mistakes we make day-to-day that might be causing our back pain, along with what you should be doing to alleviate that pain. Sometimes your problem is as simple as correcting your footwear!
Real answers to your back pain issues, from a qualified source, will be found in this free material Dr. Conder has provided.
Not only have we made this convenient tool easily accessible and helpful for those in pain, but our physical therapists also publish bi-weekly video blogs for those in pain — found on our website and Facebook page. The purpose of “Ask A PT” is to answer commonly asked questions and further lend our expertise to those struggling.
“90% of Americans will have significant low back pain at some point in their life.”
Why suffer if you don’t have to? We want to give you the pain free life that you deserve. For that reason, we make the time to listen to your concerns – because we care. We are happy to offer resources, such as our free report, to give everyone the same chance at a pain free life.
If you find yourself requiring closer, one-on-one attention, we are more than happy to provide that in the most convenient way possible. If you’d prefer to speak over the phone, get your answers from our therapists bi-weekly video blogs or stop in for a free discovery session. Feel free to give us a call.
We know how you’re feeling. We see it every day. You’re desperate for answers and you feel helpless. Maybe you’ve given up on the idea that your pain will never be resolved. You’ve resorted to just “living with it.” As 90% of Americans will experience low back pain at some point in their lives, it is too common that it is incorrectly dealt with. We care about our patients and want to prevent wasted time. We want to give you your life back. We all deserve pain free, comfortable lives. We’re here to listen to your story and help you achieve that.