Back Pain Solutions

Have you been suffering with back pain for some time and are tired of it taking a toll on your everyday life?

Not only does back pain affect your physical wellbeing, it can also impact your mental health.

Trying to get through the day with aggravating back pain having been told that it will go away with rest and painkillers by your GP can leave you feeling helpless.

The good news is, we support people every day with varying degrees of back pain and we’re here to help you get back to living your best life, pain free.

“Superb assessment and diagnosis with a treatment plan to avoid surgery. Thank you!”

Are you:

  • Experiencing pain when lifting or bending
  • Feeling stiff in the morning when you wake up
  • Suffering from either a persistent dull ache or a stabbing, burning or shooting sensation in your back
  • Uncomfortable sitting or standing in the same position for long periods throughout the day
  • Noticing the pain radiate into your buttocks or leg

If you said YES to any of the above, you’re not alone!

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Back pain is the largest cause of work-related absence in the UK and is a very common condition affecting 7 out of 10 people at some point in their lives. However, it can be treated effectively by our team of experts.

Our treatment options for back pain:

Physio & Sports therapy

Physio & Sports Therapy

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Manual therapy

Manual Therapy

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Who does back pain most commonly affect?

Back pain can affect anyone at any stage in life but has the highest prevalence during adolescence, and then again in middle age.

Is back pain serious?

Back pain can be very uncomfortable, but it is usually not serious. It can also be the cause of pain, numbness, weakness, or tingling sensations in the legs, often called sciatica. In the majority of cases, the cause of your back problem can be linked to the way in which the bones, muscles, and ligaments in your back work together and how you have been using them.

If during your episode of back pain you notice changes to your bladder or bowel function you should go straight to your local Accident and Emergency Department as this could indicate a more severe problem.

What causes back pain?

The lower part of your back, known as the ‘lumbar region’ supports the entire weight of your upper body and is under constant pressure, particularly when you are bending, lifting, and twisting. The complex structure of your back in particular means that even small amounts of damage to any part of the back can cause pain and discomfort.

How long will my recovery take?

As a general rule of thumb, you can expect to feel a 60% improvement within the first week, an 80% improvement within one month, and a 90% improvement within 2 months, depending on your situation. However, it may take longer with more severe cases.

What to expect from the back pain clinic at Hatt's


We'll start by understanding your medical history


We'll then identify what is causing your back pain and give you a clear diagnosis


You'll receive hands on treatment to relieve your pain (if needed)


We'll put together a bespoke treatment plan to manage your pain


You'll receive ongoing support from our team to resolve your back pain

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