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Rowley Hall Hospital Spine & Neck Services Let us help you manage your back or neck pain

 

If you’re suffering from back or neck pain, then you’re not alone. Many people have acute back and neck pain episodes and most often the pain goes within six weeks without needing to see a doctor. Acute pain is frequently caused by bending awkwardly, lifting incorrectly, poor posture or, a disorder such as arthritis. If your pain persists and becomes chronic then you will need to see your GP or a specialist to find out more about your back or neck pain and your options to manage and treat it. Your back pain could be caused by lifestyle factors, an injury, a disorder or disease such as whiplash, a slipped disc or osteoarthritis.

Our expert spine and neck specialists are available to assess your back or neck pain, offer advice on how to manage it and provide treatment including pain relieving injections and surgery. They have access to the latest diagnostic equipment to investigate your pain more fully. Our chartered physiotherapists offer tailored exercise programmes and manual therapy to manage your pain and a rehabilitation programme following surgery.

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