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Managing Chronic Low Back Pain: Your Guide to Relief

Are you struggling with persistent low back pain? You’re not alone. Chronic low back pain can be a challenging issue, impacting your daily life and activities. At The Movement Mill, we understand the impact that ongoing discomfort can have on your well-being. That’s why we’re here to provide you with guidance and strategies to help manage and alleviate your low back pain.


Understanding Chronic Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain is a condition that persists for more than three months. It can stem from various factors, including muscle strain, injury, lifestyle, or underlying health conditions. However, with the right approach, it’s possible to find relief and improve your quality of life.


Strategies for managing Low Back Pain

1. Seek Professional Guidance

Visit our locations in Baulkham Hills, Rouse Hill, Meadowbank, or Lidcombe for a personalised consultation with our expert exercise physiologists or physiotherapists. They will assess your condition and create a tailored plan to address your specific needs.


2. Physical Therapy

Engage in physical therapy sessions designed to strengthen your back muscles, improve flexibility, and manage your pain. Our skilled professionals at The Movement Mill can guide you through exercises and stretches that target your GOALs.


3. Pain Management Techniques

Utilise relaxation methods such as deep breathing, meditation, or yoga. These techniques can help reduce your perception of pain and promote overall well-being.


4. Regular Exercise

Explore a variety of exercises like swimming, walking, cycling or resistance training to strengthen your muscles.


5. Mindfulness and Stress Reduction

Learn techniques to manage stress, as it can exacerbate low back pain. Mindfulness practices or cognitive-behavioural therapy can be effective in coping with chronic pain.



Take the first step towards relief

Don’t let low back pain limit your life any longer. Take charge of your well-being by booking an initial consultation with our experienced exercise physiologists or physiotherapists at The Movement Mill. Let us create a personalised plan to help you find relief from chronic low back pain.

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Remember, it’s essential to consult healthcare professionals before starting any new exercise or treatment plan. At The Movement Mill, our dedicated team is here to support you on your path to recovery from chronic low back pain.