Do you suffer with ongoing or recurrent back pain that affects your daily life? Did you know that exercising is the most effective way to manage low back pain!
Active Backs at goPhysio is a supervised, clinical, group exercise programme to help people manage back pain positively and effectively.
Active Backs is ideal for people:
Active Backs is a weekly, supervised, small group exercise programme held at goPhysio in Chandlers Ford. The weekly Active Backs session consists of:
There is a maximum of 6 people per session, so that the sessions are well supervised and you can have the benefit of being both well supported and progressed and enjoying exercising with other people!
Active Backs is held every Wednesday from 6 - 7pm.
Bookings for Active Backs classes are made directly through the clinic. Each session costs £12.50. There is no long term committment, classes can be attended on a 'pay as you go' basis.
Your first class is free - so why not book in and give it a try, see if it's right for you.
Before you come along to your first class, please complete this form, so that the Therapist can find out a little more about your back pain and tailor the classes accordingly. Please print out the completed form and bring it along to your first class.
The aim of the Active Backs exercise programme, is to help you:
Low back pain affects nearly everyone at some point in their lives. For some people, back pain can become a recurrent & persistent part of their life. Sometimes it isn’t possible to find a specific cause for the pain. It could be a combination of several structures in the back, including joints, discs & connective tissues that is causing tension, soreness and/or stiffness in the lower back area. In cases where no specific cause can be found for the back pain and any serious problems have been ruled out, the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) have developed guidelines for the treatment of persistent low back pain.
It is based on these guidelines that Active Backs at goPhysio has been developed.
The evidence for the treatment of persistent back pain - NICE recommend that people with low back pain should keep physically active & continue with their normal activities as far as possible. They suggest that “staying physically active is likely to be beneficial”. Regular physical activity & exercise in combination with education can help people manage their low back pain.
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