Simple day-to-day movements can be agonizing, if not impossible, to perform.
Nearly every movement you do during the day is effected by persistent back pain, and your quality of life can spiral downward if left untreated.
Maybe your pain started out of the blue or was caused by an accident or fall…
Either way, DON’T fall for the trap of simply ignoring the pain…hoping it will go away on its own.
Hello! My name is Dr. Jenna Stasi
Here at Back In Motion Sport & Spinal Physical Therapy, we are very familiar with the treatment for Pelvic Floor Dysfunction.
While Pelvic Physical Therapy may not hold all the answers, for a significant percentage of men and women, the results can be life-changing.
“A 2012 article in the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing estimated that myofascial pelvic pain in women may be the underlying cause of chronic pelvic pain in 14% to 23% of cases and up to 78% of cases of interstitial cystitis, which is a type of otherwise unexplained bladder pain.”
Low back pain and sciatica are THE most common complaints we deal with in our practice.
And it will NOT simply vanish on their own.
If you have back pain, you need answers…
“When will this be going away?”
“Why is this happening to me?"
“Is this pain going to be permanent?”
“How can I get my daily function back?”
We hear from patients on a daily basis who have gone to their primary physicians for help, only to be told to take some painkillers and “see how it goes”.
Instead of putting a proven back pain treatment plan together, you start to believe your back pain is just a part of your life
you have to accept.
Your new “normal”…
We’ll get on the phone with you and explain what you can do IMMEDIATELY to get some relief.
The call is 100% FREE!
You do NOT have any obligation to work with us beyond the phone call.
We understand how much back pain disrupts your life and we simply want you to start feeling “normal” again, so we’ll provide a list of recommendations right there on your initial call.
1. First you need to commit to a proper game plan! Don’t let another 6 months or a year go by and do nothing. The longer you wait, the more you start to accept the pain as a part of your life. This is a common—and dangerous—mistake.
2. Find a back pain specialist that uses the most current, proven techniques. Our understanding of back pain has evolved tremendously over the years. But many therapists and even many physicians have not kept up with the advances. Be sure to reach out to industry leaders.
3. Avoid sitting (or standing) for long periods. While instinct tells us to rest a painful back, in many cases, this only makes things worse. Constant rest can increase stiffness and cost you valuable range of motion. A proper exercise routine, postural work and flexibility training can lead to rapid improvements.
4. Passive approaches like rest and painkillers will not restore your movement! If your quality of life, your work and even relationships are being impacted by your back pain, working with a “hands on” physical therapist that is a back pain specialist can get you back on the right path faster than you can imagine.
If you’d like to discuss your personalized treatment plan and get answers to questions about cost, insurance coverage, time frames and more, we urge you to take advantage of your FREE, no-obligation phone call with a member of our Back Pain Expert Team!
It’s possible you’ve tried solutions and treatments in the past that produced ZERO relief. As a result, you may be skeptical about everything we’ve just discussed.
I completely understand.
So, before you call for a free consultation, you’ll want to hear from these past patients who finally found a solution to their pain…in just a matter of weeks at BIM Physical Therapy...
I had back pain that prevented me from doing my work. It even prevented me from doing my fitness routine. Dr. Gray's Gray Metod pin-pointed exactly what my problem was and what teatment I needed. I can honestly say I am now pain free
I Was able to get rid of my back pain seeing Dr. Gray and his staff at Back In Motion Sport & Spine Physical Therapy. I can't recommend them enough. If you're looking for physical therapy in Fort Myers, this is the place.
MAYOR OF FORT MYERS, FL,
I had a herniated my disc in my back. I thought my only option was surgery; however, after seeing DR. Scott I avoided that and I am back to my old routine.