Introduction to spine problems people have, types and why there is light at the end of the tunnel

spine May 21, 2020

Introduction to Spine Problems

Spine problems are extremely common. Fortunately, most problems are able to be managed and improved if not solved. Unfortunately, like a frog in a saucepan that only perceives rapid temperature changes rather than gradual, many people live with problems or have become accustomed to their body not performing and put up with more than they need to. They only do something when it causes a significant problem (pain or loss of function).

Frog in a saucepan

Some of the problems people have are well known and well recognised and some aren’t.

Types of Spine Problems that people have:


Soft Tissue

  • Muscle
  • Fascia
  • Scars




Alignment Issues

Genetic (scoliosis, chest deformities)

Fractures of the Spine

Behaviour Related (posture, sleep, work, etc)

Spine-Extremity Problems

Nutrition-related problems



Even More - Given the nature and complexity of the spine, there are likely to be more that we have missed.

Spine Solutions, a Project

There is an almost endless range of spine problems that people have and solutions that are available.

When you realise that something needs to be done, particularly if the problem is longstanding or complex, it can be helpful to think of your spine problem as a project. As with any project it needs to cope with change and development over time. And resources may need to be allocated for an appropriate solution. Each person we see is unique and their solution tailored for this reason.

Searching for Light
Your spine solution is out there. Great reason for positivity!

Light at the end of the tunnel

But we believe in positivity. Spine solutions should help you to feel strong, healthy and able to do everything that you love. We look forward to helping you.



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