The Spine is a complex structure that provides support and mobility to our body. It is made up of 33 vertebras, which are separated by inter-vertebral discs that act as shock absorbers. However, like any other part of the body, the Spine is prone to various conditions that can cause pain, discomfort, and limited mobility. With sedentary lifestyles, Neck Pain and Low Back Pain are the most burning problems in today's society. While Upper Back Pain accounts for a smaller percentage of cases reported, Low Back Pain is the most common. Globally, Low Back Pain ranks as the 4th leading cause of Years Lived with Disability (YLDs).
According to a research study, 60-80% adults are bound to suffer from back problems at some point in their lives. Any person who sits in office/travelling for more than 2 hours at a stretch is bound to suffer from Back Pain if not today than tomorrow.The rise of Neck and Arm Pain, also known as Cervical Radiculopathy, has been attributed to excessive use of electronic devices such as cell phones and i Pads. In reality, a mere 2%-3% of individuals suffering from back pain actually necessitate surgical intervention, typically due to factors such as trauma, infection, metastasis, or congenital spine abnormalities. Astonishingly, approximately 98% of patients can effectively address and overcome their back pain through the utilization of spine physiotherapy and rehabilitation. However, it is unfortunate that the prevailing trend often tends to be the exact opposite of this optimal approach.
We have helped thousands of Back Pain sufferers and helped them regain pain free life. We are India’s first ever Super Speciality Spine Clinic, launched in 2007 and have successfully treated more than 60000 Spine patients successfully and prevented many spine surgeries. We at Mission Health Super Speciality Spine Clinic, have launched newest and finest technologies and expertise from different parts of the world for treating Mechanical Low Back and Neck Pain, the commonest of all pain complaints.
We find the underlying cause of Neck/Back Pain which may be spinal discs, facet joints, vertebrae, soft tissue structures around the Spine like ligaments, muscles, fascia, or postural faults and then treat the root cause of your symptoms, giving long term and promising results. It is important to seek early intervention for Spinal Conditions to prevent them from worsening over time.