Biokinetics can Help you Avoid Back Surgery

Biokinetics is a form of physical therapy that helps to improve the function and movement of the body through exercise and rehabilitation. It is often used to help people recover from injury, surgery, or chronic conditions, but it can also be used to prevent the need for back surgery.

If you have a chronic condition or have suffered an injury, surgery may be unavoidable. However, first come to the Back Clinic for an assessment. Your assessment will be done by a doctor. If our specialist team (doctor, biokineticist, physiotherapist) feel that surgery can be avoided, an individual treatment program will be designed for you (6 or 12 weeks). Book your assessment below.

Prevent or Avoid Back Surgery 

Biokinetics can help to prevent back surgery by reducing the need for it. This is because biokinetics helps to improve the function and movement of the back, reducing the risk of injury and pain. By working with a biokineticist, people can learn how to properly care for their backs and reduce the need for surgery. 

Treatment: The DBC Program 

The DBC Program is a scientifically proven treatment protocol. This treatment protocol is used worldwide to treat and control back and neck disorders, which are often associated with long-term and severe pain. Using specialised equipment to control targeted exercises, our patients’ muscle endurance, strength and range of motion improve. Pain can also be alleviated, including reducing anxiety and eliminating common misconceptions about chronic pain. The benefits extend to even the most severe cases. 

How does Biokinetics improve:

Strength 

One of the main benefits of biokinetics is that it can help to strengthen the muscles that support the back and improve posture. This is particularly important for people who spend long hours sitting or standing in one position, as it can lead to muscle imbalances and back pain. Biokinetics exercises are designed to target specific muscle groups, helping to correct these imbalances and reduce the strain on the back.

Flexibility 

Biokinetics can also help to increase flexibility and range of motion in the back, which is crucial for preventing injury and maintaining good spinal health. This is achieved through a variety of exercises that are designed to gently stretch and mobilize the spine, as well as the surrounding muscles and tissues. This can help to reduce the risk of back pain, stiffness, and the need for surgery. 

Overall Health 

Another important aspect of biokinetics is that it can help to improve overall fitness and health. This is because biokinetics exercises are designed to be both therapeutic and challenging, helping to increase strength, endurance, and flexibility. This can also have a positive impact on the back, as it reduces the risk of injury and improves overall spinal health. 

Posture 

Biokinetics can also help to reduce the risk of back pain and injury by educating people on proper posture and movement. This is particularly important for people who spend long hours sitting or standing in one position, as this can lead to muscle imbalances and back pain. Biokinetics therapists work with patients to help them understand the best way to position their bodies, both at work and at home, to minimize the risk of back pain and injury.  

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