Musculoskeletal conditions cause Bone and Muscle Pain. Our doctors see many musculoskeletal conditions. These include:
There are other triggers for discomfort or pain related to your joints, muscles, and limbs for many answers and information we recommend visiting our practice.
It is estimated that 30% of the Australian population suffer from some form of pain related to musculoskeletal conditions.
The most common causes of musculoskeletal pain are either
Back pain begins to impact the patients from the 15-20-year-olds with the incidence increasing with age. Back pain affects over 15% of the population.
Back pain and back problems can be attributed to numerous factors including
Risk factors include issues with posture and injuries, as well as other diseases such as
Other factors that may increase the risk of developing back problems include age, physical fitness, smoking, overweight or obesity, and the type of work a person does.
Treatment of back pain will vary according to the diagnosed cause and can involve various service providers. Common treatments for back pain management can include:
Exercise physiologists are professionals who specialise in the delivery of exercise to help patients get fitter for all-around good health to treat patients with chronic medical condition and injuries through exercise.
They have a higher level of training than a general personal trainer at a gym.
Exercise physiologists can support clients with conditions such as
You might see our exercise physiologist if you:
A specific exercise routine will be prescribed for either fitness or rehabilitation.