Pelvis & Back Pain Treatments

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Pulled muscles, scoliosis, sciatica, leg length discrepancy and non-specific lower back pain are just some of the many pelvis and lower back issues that lead our patients to seek treatment with us. Patients affected by these conditions include athletes who participate in running and walking for exercise and are often susceptible to pulled muscles. Pregnant women suffer lower back and pelvic pain during pregnancy due to changes in their bodies. Scoliosis and sciatica sufferers come to us for treatments to bring relief from their back and pelvis pain.

With detailed examination and gait analysis, we aim to solve the underlying cause of your pelvis & back aches and pains and treat accordingly. Stretches and exercises and orthotics can be of enormous benefit for pelvis and back pain treatment and will aid your recovery.

Click through and take a look at these treatments to see how they will help you get rid of your pelvis and back pain problems.

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Orthoses for Pelvis & Back Pain

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  • Ian Sadler, the lead clinician at Norfolk's BxClinic, is a renowned expert in the field of orthoses. Orthotic treatment (tailored inserts that fit into your shoes) is hugely beneficial for treating lower back and pelvic pain.

    Your back and pelvis provide the stability centre for your body. The slightest misalignment in this structure leads to poor biomechanical movements in your back and pelvis, hips, knees and feet. Functional scoliosis is caused by poor biomechanics. If you have leg length discrepancy, it affects your gait (walk) and your lower body biomechanics and causes pelvis and lower back pain.

    Well crafted custom-made orthotics act like a piece of tailored ground to walk on, they correct your body’s alignment and alleviate the pain and stresses placed on the lower back and pelvis.


BxClinic specialises in biomechanics and we work within the scope of our practice and expertise to deliver the best possible care and outcomes for our patients. There are times when our assessments of a patient’s condition determine that the best course of treatment is with a clinician of a different expertise.

A good example of this might be a soldier who presents with lower back pain, which on assessment is found to be caused by a poor fitting further complicated by incorrect boot lacing. We work with local outdoors shops and would refer in such cases rather than wrongly treating the presenting symptoms.

We work with a range of partners including physiotherapists, osteopaths, massage therapists, Pilates teachers, sports rehabilitators and local specialist shops.

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The brain forgets much, but the lower back remembers everything.

Terri Guillemets

  • Stephen

    Patient with pain in foot & ankle, pelvis & back

    "Considered and constructive advice from a professional practitioner."

  • Lauren

    Patient treated with orthotics

    "I now know why I've had so many problems with my legs and back and have the orthotics to fix it!"