Sheffield, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 01, 2011 -- Sheffield Physiotherapy, a leading physiotherapy clinic in Sheffield has announced limited offers on physiotherapy assessment and sports or Swedish massage. When you fill your details in the form provided in their website, you can save £10 on a physiotherapy assessment plus save £15 on a sports or Swedish massage.
"Nowadays, many people continually suffer from common problems such as back pain, neck pain, shoulder complaints and spinal discomfort. Developing a better understanding of the causes of spinal pain helps you to improve the way you respond to the injury. Power Assisted Micro-manipulation (PAMM) is a revolutionary treatment available at Sheffield Physiotherapy that has helped many patients gain long term improvement in their pain and assisting them to return to the activities that they had been forced them to give up. We also have chartered physiotherapist to offer a comprehensive range of the treatments to help you recover quickly from injury", says a spokes person for Sheffield Physiotherapy.
Approximately 49% UK people has reported that they have severe low back pain, according to a survey published in 2000. Back pain is one of the most common medical problems, affecting 8 out of 10 people at some point during their lives. Back pain arises mainly due to two reasons. One reason is that when poor posture or injury occurs, areas of the spine stiffen up this leads to overstrain in the areas above and below the stiff segments. Other reason is that when some of the vertebra become rotated or tilted relative to the rest of the spine then those segments will become a focus for increased stress. The solution to the majority of spinal pain is to restore mobility to the stiffened segments and correct any rotations or tilted segments therefore reducing the strain on damaged discs, ligaments and joints. If back pain arises every day, then it's wise to resolve the problem as soon as possible by visiting a reputed back pain clinic before it gets further complicated.
"Our philosophy at Sheffield Physiotherapy is to get people out of pain and doing the things that they enjoy, and then help them to maintain their improvement. To this end, we have a range of complementary therapies", adds the spokesperson.