Low Back Pain Program. Effective Targeted Exercises for Long Term Pain Relief.

Low Back Pain Program. Effective Targeted Exercises for Long Term Pain Relief.

By Sherwin Nicholson

  • Release Date : 2014-07-03
  • Genre : Health & Fitness
  • FIle Size : 6.69 MB
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Description

Low Back Pain Program. Effective Targeted Exercises for Long Term Pain Relief. Learn how to easily self treat chronic lower back pain with this fully illustrated, instructional, low impact, pain-safe, exercise guide long term. For help, go to: www.lowbackpainprogram.com.

The majority of cases of chronic lower back pain are either directly related to, or worsened by specific muscle weaknesses and imbalances.

This specially designed and easy to follow guide will carefully teach you the correct methods to move and strengthen your body in order to properly relieve back pain. This guide uses non-surgical, non-medicinal, and safe methods for all ages and difficulties. It is designed to help you with your current back pain, to prevent the return of pain, and to reduce dependency on medications and surgery.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You will be able to relieve your pain as you learn step by step how to treat and recondition several problem areas of the lower back, hips and legs that lead to lower back pain.

The Low Back Pain Program demonstrates effective, very low-risk exercises, stretches and movements to treat and prevent: lower back pain, backache, back spasms and more, long term with a careful, concise, 'at home' guide. This book contains 45 important exercises, over 170 detailed illustrations, 3 treatment and conditioning levels, 1 maintenance level and 4 progress charts.

The guide demonstrates and teaches, step by step, 45 specific exercises designed and targeted to treat and restore proper mobility and functioning in your lower back, hips, legs and pelvis, allowing the back to recover and heal long term. The guide begins with 13 'Limited Mobility Exercises' to improve your flexibility and address your stiffness and tightness that contribute to and worsen lower back pain. 19 'Progressive Exercises' then, stimulate, develop and strengthen the muscles and joints necessary to protect the lower back from pain. 13 'Challenging Exercises' are then taught to reinforce, correct and re-educate the muscles and joints to move and operate functionally and effectively to prevent reoccurrence from lower back pain long term. Upon completion of these exercises, 11 simple 'Maintenance Exercises' selected are then used throughout your daily routine as needed to keep your muscles optimally conditioned to continue to protect your lower back from imbalances and pain.

These exercises are founded on the methods of exercise therapy, physiotherapy, and lower back pain and injury rehabilitation. They are intended for home use and can be performed at the users convenience and comfort level. A family doctor's consent is advised prior to starting this program.

This instructional guide is meant to help those where common exercises and stretches are not effective for their back pain. This guide will benefit the user throughout their life as their physical needs change with age and lifestyle.

If you are suffering from acute or chronic low back pain and are not sure how to resolve it, this exercise plan can help you. Many issues related to back pain are a result of muscular and joint imbalances that can be self-corrected through specific movements and exercises.

Learn some of the major causes of lower back pain, book details and how to provide relief at home long term. For more information, go to www.lowbackpainprogram.com.

"A very comprehensive, practical and step by step guide. You've given me hope that relief is possible, and that I can heal. I feel ready to start the program now that I have this helpful guide." - C.N. Aurora

"Excellent read!...the ideas here apply to several forms of chronic pain, in my case hip pain. Simple, easy to understand steps that have made a huge difference in pain management and improving quality of life - thank you." - R.S. Newmarket

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