Lower back pain

Lower back pain can be varied. Pain at one side of the lower back or top of the buttocks can be originating from the sacroiliac joints.

  • Sacroiliac Joint pain

    Sacroiliac Joint pain

    The Sacroiliac joint is located at the bottom and just to the side of the back. They can become inflamed and painful. We explain the condition including symptoms and treatment.

  • Myofascial Pain in Buttock Muscles

    Myofascial Pain - Buttock

    Myofascial pain or trigger points in the Gluteus medius and Piriformis muscles can cause pain in the buttock area. A trigger point is a tiny localized knot in the muscle.

  • Scoliosis


    Scoliosis is an S-shaped or C shaped curve in the spine. You can be born with it, or it can develop over time. It can also range from very mild which is hardly noticeable to severe cases causing deformity.

  • Kinesiology Taping for Low Back

    Kinesiology taping

    Premiership Physiotherapist Neal Reynolds demonstrates a simple Kinesiology taping technique which can help relieve low back pain.

  • Buttock Pain

    Pain in the buttocks is often gradual onset and can include piriformis syndrome, myofascial pain or pain referred from the lower back or sacroiliac joint. A direct impact can cause a contusion or bruising.