Low Back Pain

Kana Arreguin takes a very hands-on approach to treating low back pain. First, reducing excess tension of fascia, muscles and nerves (especially sciatic) with mobilization and decompression techniques helps to lessen pain. Then teaching these structures how to work and move better is the second step.  

Many low back injuries have a pelvic floor component, with weakness, tightness or coordination issues. Assessing and treating the pelvic floor is very helpful to treat what supports the low back from the bottom on up.   

A combination of manual techniques, Pilates based movements, and extensive education is a very successful treatment plan for low back pain. 

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