Back Pain

Treatment that delivers better results


Back Pain

Back pain affects 1/3 of the adult population each year and 20% of those affected visit a GP for help.​ Furthermore, 84% of the population experience back pain at some point in their adult life.

Back pain can present in many ways and can often cause pain to be felt in other areas of the body such as the buttock, thigh, calf or foot.

Reassuringly, the majority of neck pain can be treated successfully with education, exercise and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

When to Seek Urgent Help

In very rare cases low back pain with a combination of other symptoms can be a sign of a serious pathology. To find out more about these warning signs and symptoms please visit the page using the button below.


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and Neck Resources

We’ve created an interactive booklet to help you learn about your back and neck, the common problems we see and how best to recover from your problem. It is best to work through the booklet prior to attending your JPAC so you can start making positive changes now. We have also produced a digital version of the JPAC presentation and related exercises which can be found below.

Neck and Back Pain Booklet

Neck and Back Pain JPAC Presentation

Exercise Programmes

Treatment Options

Refer Yourself

Please click on the button below to refer yourself:

Refer Yourself

For queries call 01865 238 108.

Please note we are unable to accept self-referral via the telephone.