Natural Back Pain Relief
People are looking for natural back pain relief more often today. You are moving away from medication and want natural ways to ease pain. It does create a few questions though.
Read on to find out the answers to the common questions asked about natural back pain relief, some will surprise you. You will also learn the first essential step you must take.
But first, you need to know that back pain is caused by four main factors - tight muscles, weak muscles, joint movement and pelvic balance. To remove your back pain you need to address all these factors.
Most back pain relief looks only at targeting the symptoms. Sure this is your primary goal right now - to get out of pain - but this is only temporary relief.
To have long lasting relief you must remove ALL the causes of your pain.
One of the main questions asked about natural back pain relief is...
Does natural back pain relief work?
Yes, natural methods have been used for centuries and some even longer. They work and work well.
There is always controversy over some methods, but if you look deeper, even some of the orthodox approaches come from natural sources.
Natural methods include - stretching, strengthening techniques, reflexes, manipulation and supplements.
Most people look at natural methods as using only potions or supplements. Which leads you to another question...
Will natural back pain relief last?
The answer again is simple - only if you remove ALL the causes.
Too many people still believe that by using a supplement, pill or potion, whether it is natural or medical, that all your pain will disappear.
This type of approach is for symptom relief only. Natural and medical supplements work and they will ease your pain.
However, they only offer temporary relief as they do not correct all the causes of your back pain. To have long term relief you must correct the muscle imbalances, joint imbalances and the pelvic imbalances.
Popping a pill or potion will not achieve this. You need to look further.
Which natural methods are best?
This is probably the most asked question. In fact, there is no answer.
Any method you use to help ease back pain will work for some and not for others. This is why there are so many different techniques.
If one technique worked for everyone, then every practitioner would use it, even store would sell it and all the competition would disappear.
This doesn't happen. There will be some techniques you will find that work miracles, for you and not someone else.
You need to find a technique that works, that removes all the causes of your pain. This may not always be simple but there is always a first step.
What is the first step
If you want long term relief, the first step is actually finding the cause. Unless you know what is wrong you will not know what to target and what technique to use.
Too many people try to ease pain by using generic techniques or popping a pill or potion into their mouth. These approaches may give you temporary relief, but pain will return.
When it does, it will return more sever the second time. As you age the recurrences will increase in frequency and severity.
Now is the best time to take action. To remove ALL the causes of your back pain. To do this you must always start by finding the cause.
This is not how you sit, stand, lift or bend. It is the distortion patterns that occur in your spine that allows the muscular and joint imbalances.
Detect these and you will know which techniques to use, including which natural back pain relief techniques.
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 lower right 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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