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You Still Have Back Pain, Right?
If you’ve been dealing with back pain for an extended length of time – then you already know, not all treatments are effective. It’s the biggest reason why you’re reading this article right now. You still have back pain, right?
Truth is, some back pain treatment plans have critical flaws. If you can learn what some of these flaws are you’ll be able to find what works for you. For example, if a suggested treatment plan is mostly, or completely, passive – then you can be sure your back pain issues will not be fixed.
Spinal Decompression is marketed as a back pain treatment method. What most people don;t know (until it’s too late) is, SD can actually make your back pain condition worse. Besides only going after the symptom (and not the actual root cause) – SD can cause further damage to the areas of your back and core that need targeted healing.
Hidden Causes of Back Pain
There are usually 4 or 5 hidden causes of chronic back pain. Some of these causes are actually very simple in concept, and because of this – they are often overlooked by doctors and therapists. For example, weak and tight muscles can go into a state of spasm. This state of spasm can fluctuate between extreme and very light. This fluctuation gives the impression that the intensity of the back pain is also ‘hi’ or ‘low’ – depending on the level of muscle spasm activity.
You may have heard “Yoga is good for a bad back.” …or “Pilates can relieve back pain.” And to a certain degree – those statements are true. BUT, there are many types of yoga styles and there are numerous styles of Pilates – as well as various levels of instructors. Choosing the wrong style – or the wrong instructor can actually make your back pain issues worse.
Only the right type of flexibility training and targeted core conditioning can help strengthen and relieve a bad back.
Different Kinds of Pain?
There is a crucial difference between soft tissue pain and nerve pain.
Trying to treat a bad back without knowing where your pain is originating from is like throwing darts with a blindfold on. When it comes to long-term relief and healing – both of these need to be addressed properly.
Surgery Might Work – But NEVER Guaranteed
Surgery for back pain is NEVER guaranteed. And in some cases it can make a bad back even worse. There are elements to consider if you are thinking about going for the surgery option. And even if you do opt for the knife – there is still a plan of recovery that you want to be armed with to give yourself the best possible chance of success.
Pre-habilitation – What’s That?
Post surgery rehab and conditioning is even more important than the surgery itself. Some people actually go through a series of what’s called “pre-habilitation” before their surgery. This is done to prepare the body for the surgery and to help it recover quicker. Amazingly – there are people who get such great results from “pre-habilitation” that they end up not needing surgery.
If you’re still reading this article – I can only assume you, or someone you know is suffering from back pain. I can sympathize with you because I’ve been there. In 1994 I was in a near-death, highway car accident (I-287 in Harrison, NY). My back has never been the same. But thanks to everything I know about the body – I’ve been able to manage it quite effectively. And I want to help you do the same – so I want to share a free resource with you…
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