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Back Pain Treatment in Calgary, AB

We Provide Non-Surgical Relief for Back Pain

Physiotherapy is one of the most effective ways to relieve back pain, which allows you to live your life to the fullest. At Radiant Physiotherapy, we can help you manage your back pain by identifying the root cause and providing a treatment plan.

Common Causes of Lower Back Pain Include

  • Muscle strain: caused by twisting or stretching beyond one’s limits while lifting objects

  • Sciatica: condition caused by compression of the spinal nerve cord in the lower back

  • Herniated disc: gradual age-related wear and tear of the discs

  • Scoliosis: an abnormal sideways curvature of the spine

How to Care for Back Pain

Whether sudden or chronic, back pain can disrupt your day-to-day activities. Therefore, it is advised not to take it lightly and address the cause immediately before it aggravates. Acute pain usually subsides after the first line of treatments. However, subacute and chronic back pain will require expert advice and diagnosis. If your back pain is hindering your routine functions, you should consider physiotherapy as a solution.

Physiotherapy Treatments for Back Pain


  • Manual therapy: It involves several hands-on soft tissues and joint techniques to alleviate back conditions such as hypomobility, spinal stenosis, post-surgical back pain, and more.
  • Physical therapy: From back pain to disc pain, our physiotherapy treatment effectively treats general musculoskeletal (MSK) or orthopedic conditions.
  • Acupuncture: As an alternative to traditional medicine, acupuncture involves placing needles into certain anatomical areas to promote natural healing by increasing the release of endorphins.
  • Massage therapy: It involves several techniques that treat your body's muscles and soft tissues, thus reducing stress, relieving muscular tension, and helping you feel more relaxed.
  • Stability and strengthening exercises: Our physiotherapists will engage you in routine exercises that increase muscle flexibility and strength and promote healing by increasing blood flow to the injury site.

Your Physiotherapist Back Pain Specialist in Calgary

Radiant Physiotherapy offers effective physio for back pain in Calgary to alleviate your pain and help you regain mobility. Our physiotherapists are well-equipped to assess your condition and develop the high quality treatment plan. We address the root cause and use a combination of techniques to treat your back pain. 

With years of experience in treating various types of back pain, our team can provide high quality services manual therapy, massage therapy, physical therapy, functional dry needling, and other forms of physiotherapy for back pain. For effective back pain treatment, schedule an appointment with us today!

Frequently Asked Questions

What will worsen my back pain? What can I do to keep it from getting worse?

Passive or delayed treatment can worsen your back pain. Hoping to find a miracle cure can cost you. Keep away from heavy lifting, repetitive bending, vigorous exercises, and self-diagnosis in case of back pain.

What are my back pain treatment options?

Several treatment options are available for your back pain, depending on its severity. Massage therapy, manual therapy, dry needling, acupuncture, decompression therapy or traction can help reduce disk compression and strengthening exercises are some of the most common treatment options.

What risk factors contribute to back pain?

Obesity, age, lack of exercise, injury, diseases, psychological conditions, and poor lifestyle contribute to back pain. Long sitting hours and excessive work-out can also lead to back pain and related conditions.

What should I do when my back hurts?

Better sleep and good posture are a few things you can try when you experience back pain. If the pain does not subside, you should consult a physiotherapist to get effective treatment.

When should I worry about my back pain?

If your back pain does not subside over a week, it is time to see an expert. Numbness, tingling, and weakness can be alarming symptoms and require medical attention.

What are the possible diagnoses of back pain?

Muscle, ligament, or tendon strain and injury are common signs of back pain. Sciatica, lumbar disc disease, cervical disc rupture, spinal stenosis, and arthritis of the spine are other severe conditions that cause back pain.

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