Gardening low back pain is common in the summer months when the grass and trees begin to grow again. Weeding the garden and gardening duties such as slab laying, mowing the lawn, gutting hedges and digging will all contribute to back pain. Shoulder pain is another gardening injury which can be problematic and needs prompt attention along with sacroiliac joint pain, sciatica and a trapped nerve.
At Solihull Back Pain Clinic in Blossomfield Rd we have the perfect team of practitioners who can treat your problem and give you pain relief and restore your movement again. Solihull physiotherapists can offer you fast physiotherapy treatment and Solihull osteopaths with experience of treating low back pain and pain between the shoulder blades will get you out of pain quickly. Sports massage can ease your aching muscles and get rid of aches and pains making gardening a pleasure not a chore.
Call reception on 0121 709 5222 for an appointment, check out our Facebook page or website www.solihullbackpainclinic.co.uk