Lower Back Pain

lower back pain

Low Back Pain

Lower back pain is extremely common. It was low back pain that I had for 19 years before I managed to control it. In 88% of cases, doctors are unable to find a cause for lower back pain, and most will struggle to find an effective treatment.

Millions of employers worldwide lose many days of work due to low back pain every year, second only to the common cold. It is the second most common neurological condition next to headaches.

Most low back pain is acute lower back pain (temporary) and often accredited to poor posture. 80% of adults in America will be affected by pain in the lower back during their life.

About fifty billion dollars a year is spent on the treatment of lower back pain. Half the people will have more than one episode of low back pain but many will have chronic lower back pain that lasts for more than three months at a time. Some are afflicted for many years.

There are plenty of websites that will give you a huge list of types of low back complaints and possible causes, but no site can diagnose your exact condition. This site will cater for the most common cause.

You may have been told that your pain is due to spine degeneration, but this is a huge copout. The fact is, most doctors don’t know what the cause is. But one doctor has managed to prove that spine degeneration does not cause pain. He also has a very high success rate at treating his patients. His name is Dr John E Sarno MD. low back pain

His books have changed my life, and you can go and check out his amazing feedback on Amazon if you like.

In fact Sarno’s advice together with my personal experiments resulted in banishing all my aches and pains; not just my main chronic lower back pain.

I managed to treat my lower back pain so effectively, that when it occasionally returns, I can stop the pain within seconds. If you think this must be a huge exaggeration, and I am full of baloney, check my 10 day course for free, and I will tell you exactly how I do it.

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Lower Back Pain

 

Lower back pain is extremely common. Most low back pain is the acute lower back pain (temporary) and often accredited to poor posture. 80% of adults in America will be affected by pain in the lower back during their life. About fifty billion dollars a year is spent on the treatment of lower back pain.

 

Half the people will have more than one episode of low back pain but many will have chronic lower back pain that lasts for more than three months at a time. Some are afflicted for many years. It was lower back pain that I had for 19 years before I managed to control it.

 

In 88% of cases, doctors are unable to find a cause for lower back pain, and will often struggle to find an effective treatment.

 

Millions of employers worldwide lose many days of work due to low back pain every year, second only to the common cold. It is the second most common neurological condition next to headaches.

 

There are plenty of websites that will give you a huge list of types of low back complaints and possible causes, but no site can diagnose your exact condition. This site will cater for the most common cause.

 

You may have been told that your pain is due to spine degeneration, but this is a huge copout. The fact is, most doctors don’t know what the cause is. But one doctor has managed to prove that spine degeneration does not cause pain. He also has a very high success rate at treating his patients. His name is Dr John E Sarno MD.

 

His books have changed my life, and you can go and check out his amazing feedback on Amazon if you like. I tell the story of how his work helped my low back pain in my free 10 day course. In fact his advice banished all my aches and pains!

 

I also managed my lower back pain so well, that when it occasionally returns, I can stop the pain within seconds. If you think this must be a huge exaggeration, and I am full of baloney, check my 10 day course for free, and I will tell you exactly how I do it.

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Lenny March 17, 2012 at 2:21 pm

Paula you seem to have a good program here. I signed up to you course a few days ago and my wife and I are impressed so far. Thank you

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