The Enfield Back Pain Specialist will get you back on your feet, quickly, efficiently and safely.
Back Pain is a common condition effecting four out of five people at some point in their life. Lower back pain is one of the more common conditions treated by osteopaths. Many causes of back pain can be down to lifestyle or occupational factors; such as long hours of computer work or driving and frequent reaching, lifting or twisting movements. In most cases, lower back pain is caused by straining of the joints, ligaments or muscles in the lower back. The good news is that Glen Daniels is a lower back pain expert, he can help you on the road to recovery with safe and effective osteopathic care. You can trust the Enfield Back Pain Specialist to help you.
The back is a complex structure; it is important to see a back pain specialist who has the right expertise and knowledge . The back is made up of:
- 24 vertebrae that support the weight of your body and protect the spinal cord
- 23 intervertebral shock absorbing discs
- 100’s of ligaments that hold the bones together
- 100’s of muscles and tendons to create movement in the back
- 1 spinal cord and 62 spinal nerves that send and receive signals between the brain and the rest of the body
Back pain can come on suddenly with an injury, or gradually over time for no apparent reason. Timely assessment by the Enfield Back Pain Specialist can prevent chronic pain and reduce the negative impact that low back pain can have on your work and recreational activities.
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We are located in 61a Southbury Road, near Eaton Road (between the letting agents and hair salon). Clients can use Tesco parking for up to 2 hours free of charge; the practice is also a short walk from Enfield Town Train Station.GD Osteopathy & Sports Massage 61a Southbury Road Enfield EN1 1PJ 0800 612 6212 Please consult your osteopath, chiropractor, GP or consultant immediately if you display any of the following symptoms:
- You feel unwell, have a high fever and also have severe back pain
- You have numbness or pins and needles around the genitals and/or back passage
- Your bladder or bowel habits have changed significantly
- You feel unsteady on your feet or have weakness in both legs
Contact the Enfield Back Pain Specialist
If you would like more information about the Enfield Back Pain Specialist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 07949 446963.