Back Pain Therapy


Back pain therapy, do you know who to see, why you need to see someone, or would you like a better way of removing your back pain? Back pain affects over 80% of adults at some stage. Yet back pain therapy still remains poor in its ability to deliver.

Read on to find out why therapy is not necessarily you best option to relieve back pain.

Surely not, you may be saying. But if therapy worked well, why are there still so many people, like your self, searching for answers to their back pain?

Back pain treatment opens up two questions for you...

Which back pain therapy is best?

The answer is simple yet complex. The best therapy is the one that works the best. Confused?

alternative back pain therapy Look at it this way. If one therapy was best, it would be the only one available. The back pain statistics would be completely different. The latest statistics say that only 25% of those seeking help will be pain free in one year. The rest are worse or the same.

The results of therapy are poor for long term relief. The statistics still remain and say that over 80% of adults suffer from back pain. Does this mean therapy is no good?

No, it means you need to find a back pain treatment that "fits" you. One you find benefit from. This will be different from one person to another. Some will find Chiropractic great, others will prefer Physiotherapy, or Acupuncture, or Acupressure, or Herbs, or some other therapy.

This leads you to the more important question...

Do back pain therapies actually work?

As the statistics point out, therapy does not have a great success rate.

Consulting with a practitioner may help ease your back pain. It will not remove it completely or permanently. Why?

Back pain is mostly a habitual process. Certain muscles have become habitually tight, other habitually weak, you have joints not moving correctly and a pelvis out of balance. Any back pain regime will reduce muscle tension, get joints moving better, and then...

You go back for another visit, only to find the same problems are back. Why?

You haven't changed the habitual processes. You can only change the habitual processes by targeting the areas on a daily basis. Habits take 31 days to form, which means you either have 31 days in a row of back pain treatment, or...

You need to learn some simple and quick ways to help your self at home. I know this may sound hard and time consuming. In fact it isn't.

The best therapy is SELF therapy

Being able to use "self" back pain treatment is very easy and will remove your back pain, remove the habitual processes and therefore prevent your back pain returning.

The first step is finding the cause, which is not lifting incorrectly or sitting poorly. The causes relate to the distortion patterns that occur in your spine.

Then you need to target the causes to remove your back pain.

What is the best approach to ease your back pain?

To get long lasting results you must both remove the symptoms and the cause. First you must identify which spinal imbalances are present, then attack the symptomatic processes. This can be achieved by using many techniques from ice/heat, Acupressure and anti-inflammatory measures. Then you must perform corrective techniques that target the spinal imbalances.

The principles of Spinal Balancing address the both the pain and the root cause of the condition that is responsible for your pain. Through self assessments, your individual spinal imbalances can be identified, and a targeted corrective program can be developed for your specific needs.

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