Back Pain Control

Take Control of Your Back Pain

In America, back pain is the second most common reason for visits to physicians. The back is a horrible place on our bodies to experience pain and most people will, at some time in their lives, experience some level of it. The good news is that you can control back pain and even eliminate it with some easy, preventative measures. You do not need expensive pain medications, therapy, and doctor visits. My training manual will teach you how to do this with no special equipment, no straining moves, or “twisted” body positions – just easy to do exercises that take little effort and not much of your time. Affordable for those from all walks of life leaving you with no excuse to suffer any longer. This manual was not made for you to “gain from pain”, rather, to help you feel better and live a higher quality of life. The small fees allow me to bring this to you, (thanks to the power of the Internet) whoever you are, wherever you are, and best of all, in the complete privacy and comfort of your own home. You will have it in minutes – no expensive and/or embarrassing visits, consultations, pills, or exercise equipment.

Quick Notes About Your Back

Your spine is composed of vertebrae (small bones), soft tissue, (including muscles and flexible, strong connective tissue that absorb shock, support joints, and provide power for movement), and discs (shock-absorbing, soft-centered spacers between vertebrae that allows the spine to bend). The movements provided for you in the training manual target each area and help you maintain flexibility and enhance cell nutrition.

Most Common Contributors to Back Pain:

  • Poor muscular tone, both in the abdominal and lower-back muscles
  • Excess weight in your midsection
  • Too much forward bending i.e., sitting time at computers and televisions
  • Vibration from vehicles or machinery
  • The natural effects of aging
  • Occupations or exercises that involve lifting, forceful movements, bending and twisting
  • Overloaded backpacks or purses
  • High heels

This training manual is simple, easy to follow, and can fix your back health for life. Not sure if this is right for you?

Ask yourself the following questions to determine if you are a good candidate for self-treatment with this manual:

  1. Do you have times during the day where you are pain-free?
  2. Are you generally worse after sitting or standing for long periods?
  3. Is the pain worse when you get up in the morning, but better after you are up and moving?
  4. Is it worse when you’re are inactive and better when you’re on the move?
  5. Is the pain generally better when you walk?
  6. Have you experienced several episodes of lower back pain in the past months or years?

If your answer is “yes” to most or all of these questions, you’ve just found your solution to back pain. Using this training manual, you can counteract the negative effects on the back quickly, easily, and with little effort. And again, NO EQUIPMENT! Just you, your desire to feel better, and your floor! I have had women and men come to me in tears because their doctors could not help them with their back pain other than to say “lose weight and exercise”. Well, don’t be one of those victims! Purchase this manual, put it into practice, and free yourself!

Please note the following reasons that require professional attention:

  • You have a persistent new pain that lasted more than two weeks.
  • Your pain significantly limits daily activities
  • You have bowel or bladder problems following an episode of recent back pain.
  • Your new pain follows a recent, severe accident.
  • You have experienced significant pain at night.
  • You have other symptoms that began around the same time as your back pain.
  • Your pain extends from your back down an arm or leg and worsens with exercise. (STOP all exercise should this occur!)

Should you experience any of these symptoms, see a physician as soon as possible and do not try any exercise program until you have done so.

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