A Cure for Lower Back Pain


A cure for lower back pain, is this a wish, a hope or a reality? You have probably been searching like so many others for a miracle cure, yet are still searching in pain.

Read on to find out the one essential tool you need to cure lower back pain.

But does a cure for lower back pain really exist? Is there a miracle? Or is there some straight forward advice and some simple and quick ways you can ease your lower back pain?

There are two common questions that are asked by people just like you, those with that nagging lower back pain ...

Can I remove my lower back pain easily ...

cure for lower back pain In other words with minimal time, minimal effort and especially without enduring anymore pain. The answer is simple...

Yes!

A cure can be simple, quick and painless, if you know what to target. Lower back pain is caused by 4 main factors - tight muscles, weak muscles, joint movement and pelvic balance.

To remove your lower back pain you need to target these 4 main factors. Fail to remove these and your lower back pain may ease temporarily, but it will return again soon.

This leads you to another question - to target these factors, surely I need to see a practitioner. The answer again is simple...

No. You can learn to remove these factors your self at home, simply and easily. To remove the tight muscles you need to learn how to stretch effectively (in fact it only takes 6 seconds to ease muscle tension). You then need to know how to improve the "functional" strength of muscles (which improves the nerve and blood supply). Follow that with some self adjustive techniques to get joints moving. Finally you need to rebalance your pelvis.

And you may be asking...

Is there a simple cure for lower back pain?

To remove your lower back pain you must remove these 4 main factors! Otherwise your lower back pain will continue and as you age it will become worse.

In fact there are many simple techniques you can use at home to ease pain quickly.

One of the most important tools to cure lower back pain is not actually one that relieves pain. The essential tool is knowing where your pain comes from, the true causes. This is not sitting poorly or incorrect lifting.

The true cause is the distortion patterns that occur that allow lower back pain to happen. If you can identify these you can then target the areas quickly and ease pain quickly.

What is the best approach to ease your lower 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 back 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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