Does chronic back pain keep you from enjoying your favorite activities? If so, it’s probable that you suffer from one of the following back conditions. The extreme discomfort of lower back pain, upper back pain, sciatica, scoliosis, herniated discs, spinal stenosis, arthritis of the spine or any other back condition you can think of is diminishing the quality of your life.
I’m sure you remember the days when you could enjoy the pleasure of a running with the wind or riding your bike on a mild, sunny spring day. Possibly, you were into horseback riding or just a plain old-fashion workout at the gym. Whatever physical activity pleased you-you indulged in it without the debilitating pain that now comes between you and these favorite activities.
Since you are unable to partake in physical activities, at least you can relax and enjoy leisurely pleasures. Unfortunately, you discover this is also impossible. Even sitting down is uncomfortable. And a good night’s sleep. You’ve forgotten what that is. You wonder how sleep is possible when any position you try in bed causes back pain. Of course, we can forget about the other activity that takes place in a bed.
You may be asking. Is there any relief from my back pain in sight?
During my investigations, I discovered Jesse Cannone, co-founder of The Healthy Back Institute. I was surprised to discover that he has helped over 50,000 back pain sufferers finally get lasting relief. To accomplish this, he uses a method called “Muscle Balance Therapy.”
Cause of Back Pain
Did you know that long before you were aware of any back pain or pulled muscles, something was already weakening and straining your back muscles? The unhappy consequence was that it also reworked your pelvis and spine causing your back problems.
By now you’re probably asking what that “something” is. Well, here it is. Your body was developing physical dysfunctions. What’s insidious is that you didn’t even know it was happening. Maybe you’re wondering what these physical dysfunctions are. They are a combination of tight, loose and weak muscles that pull your pelvis and spine out of alignment. By the way, this process happens over a long period of time.
Since the affected muscles are the ones in your upper legs, buttocks, hips and shoulders they cause your back muscles to work “against the grain.” Unfortunately, your back muscles weaken over time, put pressure on your spine and by pinching the nerves cause all kinds of nerve-related pain.
You know this makes sense because all the parts of your body need to work together harmoniously for you to experience optimum health. Of course the result is herniated discs, sciatica, virtual-scoliosis and any other back condition you can think of.
Muscle Balance Therapy
You’ll be thrilled to know Muscle Balance Therapy can fix these imbalances by returning your body to the natural balanced structure it was when you didn’t have back pain. You can feel young again.
According to The Healthy Back Institute Muscle Balance Therapy restores your body back to the days before you suffered back pain, by returning your pelvis and spine to its natural position.
It also identifies the muscles that are too tight or too weak. It then loosens the tight ones and strengthens the loose ones. The final result is that these dysfunctions are removed from your body. You get your life back.
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Robert A. Meyer has an extensive background in many areas. For 30 years he has been investigating and studying economics, philosophy, psychology and metaphysics. For almost 20 years he has been involved in meditation practices to expand his power of reason and help him reach higher states of awareness. His sales career also helped give him a deeper understanding of human nature.