Treatment for Back Pain Sutton Coldfield

Osteopathy For Back Pain

At Exhale Osteopathy, providing treatment for back pain is a core focus of our practice. Our practitioners are highly skilled in treating this common issue.

It’s likely that either you or someone you know has experienced back pain as it affects around 80% of adults at some point.

You’ve probably explored various methods to alleviate your discomfort. Unlike other remedies, osteopathy targets the root causes of back pain, ensuring lasting relief and preventing future episodes.

Our holistic approach targets both symptoms and the underlying issues causing your back pain, for your full recovery.

Treatment for Back Pain Sutton Coldfield

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Our practitioners are known for their exceptional customer service. With a stellar 5-star rating on Google and glowing recommendations from our clients, you can trust in our commitment to your well-being.

Don’t let back pain hold you back. Experience the effectiveness of osteopathy and the care of our team at Exhale Osteopathy Sutton Coldfield.

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Understanding What’s Causing Your Back Pain

Understanding the root cause of your back pain is crucial for finding relief and preventing future discomfort. 

At Exhale Osteopathy, we’re dedicated to identifying what’s behind your back pain. As trained osteopaths, we’ve seen first hand how addressing these causes can make a real difference.

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Your Back Pain Could be Caused by the Following:


Begin Your Journey to Relief: New Patient Consultation & Treatment

Start your journey to relief with our New Patient Consultation & Treatment. We understand the importance of your comfort and well-being, which is why this session begins with a gentle exploration of your medical history.

Our caring team conducts movement assessments and special testing to pinpoint the source of your discomfort. From there, we provide an initial treatment to ease your pain and guide you towards recovery.

Take the first step towards a brighter, pain-free future by scheduling your session today.

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Your questions answered

Frequently Asked Questions About Osteopathy for Back Pain

Osteopathy can be beneficial for back pain. Osteopaths use techniques like physical manipulation, stretching, and massage to increase joint mobility, relieve muscle tension, and reduce pain in the back.

The choice between osteopathy and physiotherapy depends on individual preferences and conditions.

Osteopathy focuses on moving, stretching, and massaging muscles and joints, while physiotherapy involves exercises and physical rehabilitation. Both can be effective for treating various musculoskeletal issues.


Osteopathy treatments may involve techniques like spinal manipulation, which can sometimes cause discomfort due to the quick thrust applied during the adjustment. However, the goal is to relieve pain and improve mobility in the long run.

Yes, osteopaths may adjust the spine using techniques like spinal manipulation, which involves a quick thrust to a joint to improve mobility and reduce pain. This technique has
been practised for over 2000 years and is known as a high-velocity thrust.

Back pain originating from a muscle strain is often localised and may feel like a dull ache or soreness. On the other hand, pain from a slipped disc may radiate down the leg and be
accompanied by numbness or tingling.

If back pain is severe and affects your ability to walk, seek medical attention immediately. Avoid strenuous activities, apply ice or heat, and take over-the-counter pain relievers if appropriate, and follow your healthcare provider's recommendations for managing the pain.

Avoid activities that worsen your lower back pain, such as heavy lifting, prolonged sitting, or sudden movements. It's important to stay active within your comfort level and practice good posture.

Sciatica often presents as a sharp, shooting pain that radiates down the leg, sometimes accompanied by numbness or tingling. Back pain, on the other hand, maybe localised in the back area without radiating symptoms.

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