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Advance Physio Waterford - The Back Pain People. Located in The Cove Centre on the Dunmore Road in Waterford City. Call us on (051)844471.
Advance Physio Waterford - The Back Pain People. Located in The Cove Centre on the Dunmore Road in Waterford City. Call us on (051)844471.

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It's a tough life! #happyweekend!
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Golf is a popular loved sport. Like any sport, golf can produce injuries to the lower back usually from muscle strains and sprains. Golfers can often become frustrated as their back pain hinders their ability to continue to play golf.
Injuries to your back that can happen from playing golf are: Using Forceful and rough swings which can cause injury, excessive use someone who plays golf quiet frequently or a golf accident, or disc injuries flare up from existing back problem.
Generally, your back pain should clear up in a couple of days. Try drinking plenty of water, keep moving and do some stretches. Taking pain medication for the couple of days is ok and to stop playing golf until you feel it has cleared up.
Call Advance Physio today on 051-844471. www.advancephysiowaterford.ie #physiowaterford #advancephysiowaterford #golf #backpain #physiotherapy
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Golf is a popular loved sport. Like any sport, golf can produce injuries to the lower back usually from muscle strains and sprains. Golfers can often become frustrated as their back pain hinders their ability to continue to play golf.
Injuries to your back that can happen from playing golf are: Using Forceful and rough swings which can cause injury, excessive use someone who plays golf quiet frequently or a golf accident, or disc injuries flare up from existing back problem.
Generally, your back pain should clear up in a couple of days. Try drinking plenty of water, keep moving and do some stretches. Taking pain medication for the couple of days is ok and to stop playing golf until you feel it has cleared up.
Call Advance Physio today on 051-844471.
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We have heard this works ! Bit of a strange one, but hey you would give anything a go if there was a chance it could work!
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Here's an unusual theory, would you try it? lol
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Hopefully there isn't anyone suffering with one at the minute but just incase for a few months time here's a little home remedy tip!
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That'll do 😂
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What is Sciatica?

Sciatica is nerve pain. The Sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body. it starts in the roots in the spinal cord in the lower back, through your buttock and can send nerve ending down the lower limb. Usually people who suffer with sciatica feel pain in the lower back, the thigh and it radiates to down below their knee. The pain can range from being mild, to a sharp severe pain. Some people get numbness, tingling and even weakness in their legs or foot.

Sciatica usually starts off with a herniated disc in your lower spine. Your vertebrae, (these are the bones in your spine) which are separated and kept cushioned by flexible, flat and round discs of connective tissue. When a disk becomes worn down, either due to an injury or just years of wear and tear, that soft centre can begin to push out from the hard outer ring.

When a disc herniates it can put pressure on the nerves around it. This can cause an immense amount of pain especially when it happens to the sciatic nerve.

People with sciatica, usually, get better in a few weeks without the need for surgery. Attending a physio can help advise of good stretches for lower back and sciatic pain relief.

See your doctor if your sciatica causes severe pain and weakness or loss of bowel function.

Advance Physio is located at The Cove Centre, Dunmore Road, Waterford.
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Green Tea can help with Arthritis
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