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3 Proven Methods for How to Sleep with Lower Back Pain

We all know how frustrating it can be when you can’t sleep, tossing and turning all night long.

But when it’s caused by lower back pain, the stress of not being able to sleep can create an endless cycle of pain and poor sleep. Destined to repeat itself over and over again, whether that’s when you are preparing for an interview or while you are away on vacation. Your back pain won’t wait for the most convenient time to strike!

Not only does it affect our daily routine, but it also affects our well-being, constantly craving a good night’s sleep but dreading those hours of tossing and turning all night long.

Sound familiar?

In this blog post, we will explore three proven methods for how to sleep with lower back pain not just temporarily but for good.

Could Your Lower Back Pain Be Scoliosis?

Lower back pain can be caused by many factors, including scoliosis. Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine that affects about 3% of the population.

Chronic back pain and scoliosis can share similar symptoms. Still, the main difference is that scoliosis typically presents with a sideways curvature of the spine that can be seen on an x-ray.

It’s essential to see a specialist to be correctly diagnosed, as the treatment varies depending on the cause. If you are unsure whether you’re suffering from Scoliosis, contact our expert team today!

Proven Methods for How to Sleep with Lower Back Pain:

Method 1: Sleep On Your Side With A Pillow Between Your Legs

One of the best ways to sleep with lower back pain is to sleep on your side with a pillow between your legs.

This position helps align your spine and takes the pressure off your lower back. You should choose a pillow that is firm but not too thick or firm which may cause additional strain.

It’s essential to have the right pillow so that your spine remains neutral, and it reduces the chances of causing damage to your neck.

Method 2: Avoid Sleeping On Your Stomach

Sleeping on your stomach can cause severe strain on your lower back, neck, and shoulders, leading to muscle tension and pain. This position can cause your spine to arch, which can put pressure on your lower back.

It’s essential to try and avoid this position if you have lower back pain.

Method 3: Invest In A Good Mattress and Pillow

Having a good quality mattress and pillow is crucial when you suffer from lower back pain. It is very important to invest in a pillow that supports your neck while you sleep and keeps your spine aligned.

Also, a supportive mattress can help take pressure off your joints and improve your sleep quality. Doing research and investing in a good quality mattress and pillow can go a long way in improving your lower back pain, speak to a physical therapist to discuss what pillow would work best for you.

BONUS: The Expert Free Report For Scoliosis

This free report offers professional guidance on five of the most frequent errors people make following a scoliosis diagnosis. This way you won’t have to discover these mistakes the hard way.

To receive a free copy of this report in your email, click the link below.

How to Avoid the Biggest Scoliosis Treatment Mistakes

The Power of Pairing These Proven Methods with Physical Therapy:

When it comes to back pain and scoliosis, physical therapy can go a long way.

Pairing proven methods with physical therapy can help identify the root cause of pain, which can then be targeted with a personalized treatment plan. Physical therapy can also help develop back muscles and enhance flexibility, reducing back pain.

A physical therapist can evaluate your posture, movement, and flexibility to develop a specific plan to alleviate your pain.

Ready To Make Your Dreams Of Reduced Back Pain a Reality?

At Focus Physical Therapy, we understand how frustrating it can be when lower back pain prevents you from doing simple things such as walking or cleaning, causing constant pain and limiting your ability to work or play with kids.

Scoliosis and chronic back pain can share similar symptoms. It’s essential to see a specialist to be correctly diagnosed.

The methods included in this blog post are proven to help ease lower back pain, however unless paired with proper self care and a conscious effort to improve your posture, you will forever suffer from agonizing pain that gets in the way of the things you love.

Feeling overwhelmed?

Don’t, our expert team at Focus Physical Therapy can not only help you, like we have for so many others, but you will feel a huge sense of relief to finally be addressing your pain both for your physical wellbeing but mentally also.

At Focus Physical Therapy for a limited time, we offer a Free Discovery Visit for patients to discuss your pain, talk to the expert team, and identify a tailor-made treatment plan. Are you ready to take the first step in your journey for a pain free sleep? Then contact us today at 502-509-3136 and arrange your free D.V.

This is above and beyond the fastest way to address your pain and get back to the things you love!

Struggling To Travel Due To Significant Pain?

Whether you’re unable to come into clinic because of your extremely uncomfortable pain or you just aren’t quite sure if physical therapy is right for you, don’t worry we have thought of you!

We also offer a Free Telephone Consultation. This is a perfect way to discuss your options, learn more about our clinic and our treatments all from the comfort of your favourite spot in the house.

Remember, getting a good night’s sleep can have a significant impact on your overall well-being.

So what are you waiting for?

Book your Free Telephone Consultation or your  Free Discovery Visit TODAY!

Additional Expert Advice To Reduce Your Scoliosis & Back Pain

Read Our Blog – Unveiling the Root Causes of Low Back Pain and Sciatica: Insights from Dr. Brad Conder at Focus Physical Therapy

Read our blog – Everything You Need To Know About Scoliosis – A Guide To A Life Free From Pain

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Dr Brad Conder

Dr Brad Conder

Dr. Brad Conder is the owner of Focus Physical Therapy. He is board-certified in orthopedic physical therapy and has been a practicing physical therapist for 12 years. Brad has experience in outpatients orthopedics, industrial onsite medicine, hospital physical therapy, and home health physical therapy. Brad got his physical therapy degree from the University of Kentucky in 2004 and his doctorate in physical therapy from Regis University in 2007. Dr Conder’s primary experience is in outpatient orthopedics, and he has a particular interest in manual physical therapy, including dry needling, Maitland style manual techniques, and industrial onsite medicine.
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