Are you suffering from back pain?



“Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy” will help you find relief from your back pain troubles as well as help you learn how to prevent pain from coming back.



Dear Friend,


How many questions have you already asked yourself about back pain? How often have you turned to websites or books only to find back pain symptoms to be confusing and even frightening? Are you worried that you're not doing enough to protect your back? Wouldn't you feel better if someone would just explain back pain treatments in simple terms?


Maybe you've had troubles with back pain in the past, or maybe you already are in pain. In either case, your mind is filled with questions about what is happening, what you should do, etc. Have you begun to feel like you'd never know everything? Or at least, you'd never be able to learn the really important things about back pain? Have you been wondering if there was a way that you could finally learn more?


The good news is that no matter if you're in a lot of back pain or you're just concerned about protecting your back, “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy” is the perfect resource for caring for your back – injured or not. Not only will you learn about how to handle back pain, but you'll also learn about what options you have both on your own and from a doctor.


If you're ready to be pain free, you need to grab a copy of “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy” right now. No matter what kinds of questions you have, I will give you the answers you've been looking for.


To start things off, we're going to talk about how you can diagnose your pain:


  • The common symptoms of back and neck pain
  • Are you having chronic pain?
  • Start a journal
  • What is your activity level?


Nearly 80% of all adults will have back pain at some point or another in their lives, so you shouldn't feel alone. And with “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy,” you can be certain that you have the facts about getting the right care for your specific needs.


Maybe you've already had back troubles in the past or you're current suffering from chronic and unrelenting back pain – no matter what kind of pain you are in and the experiences you've had, I have everything covered in one simple book.


So, where do we begin?


Even if you have no knowledge whatsoever about back pain and health care, my eBook is going to guide you through the basics of what you can expect.


You'll learn about:


  • Upper back pain
  • Lower back pain
  • Sciatica
  • When back pain isn't just back pain


But since the back and the neck are interconnected, I'm also going to cover the neck area too:


  • The layout of the neck
  • When neck pain isn't neck pain


When you have this information, you will be able to recognize your symptoms and possible causes early on so that you don't have to suffer longer than is absolutely necessary.


The truth is that there is a lot to know when it comes to your back and neck. And while some of it might seem scary or overwhelming, taking responsibility for your health is the best thing you can do for yourself. In “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy,” you're going to learn about everything that you can expect as well as when to turn to your doctor for help.


Learn about:


  • Activity causes of back and neck pain
  • Injury causes back and neck pain
  • Ergonomic causes of pain
  • How doctors test to determine back pain causes



With this knowledge, you can make the best decisions for your back pain as well as for the treatment of your pain.


But treating your back pain is really what you want to know, isn't it? In “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy,” you're going to find out the details of what you and your doctor may consider as you begin to assess your pain and create a plan for pain relief.


But there's even more!


Since you should learn about all of the possible treatments for back pain before you make your final decision, I have covered 10 different treatment categories.


Learn about:


  • Physical therapy
  • Sports physical therapy
  • Physiotherapy/Occupational Therapy
  • Ergonomic corrections
  • Surgery
  • Massage therapy
  • Chiropractic care
  • Acupuncture
  • Meditation
  • Visualization


With all of these potential treatments, it's clear to see that your back pain isn't something that will have you suffering for long. There are ways to treat your pain, so don't worry about suffering anymore.


But…what about when I am on my own?


I've never understood why back pain books and guides always talk about what your doctor can do for you, but they rarely address how you can care for yourself before turning to more drastic treatments. In “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy,” we're going to cover some of your most pressing questions about self care:


  • Medications (both OTC and prescription)
  • Self care tips
  • To rest or not to rest?


The detail that I go into with these subjects allows you to have a clear understanding of what you can expect on your own. And that can help you feel less anxious about ‘doing things right.'


Also, if you order a copy of “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy,” I'm going to include a copy of my special report, “Tips & Tricks to Prevent Back Pain: Advice on How to Get Rid of Back Pain Now and Later.”


This 11 page report includes:


  • How to stand up straight
  • Heading to the gym
  • How to lift and move heavy objects
  • Advice on hydration
  • Yoga tips
  • Foot massage advice
  • Aromatherapy recipes
  • Stretching guides
  • Stress reduction tips


There are plenty of ways you can help reduce your own back pain – as well as prevent it from coming back. I've tried to find tips that you don't find anywhere else – and there're all in this special gift to you.


I just had so many ideas that I couldn't fit them all into “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy.” Even with 48 pages of information, I still needed to include this special report.


But what are you really getting from these books?


When you order a copy of “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Back Pain & Physical Therapy,” you're not only getting a comprehensive guide to being healthy and pain free, but you're also getting the peace of mind that comes along with knowing what to expect.





Table Of Content


1 Diagnosing Your Pain
Common Symptoms Of Back And Neck Pain
Are You Having Chronic Pain?
Start A Journal
What Is Your Activity Level?

2 Back Pain
What Is Sciatica?
When Back Pain Isn't Just Back Pain

3 Neck Pain
The Layout Of The Neck
When Neck Pain Isn't Neck Pain

4 Common Causes Of Back And Neck Pain
Ergonomic Positioning
How Doctors Test To Determine Back Pain Causes
Physical Exam
Ct Scan
Other Tests

5 Effective Treatments For Pain
Physical Therapy
Active Physical Therapy
Passive Physical Therapy
Sports Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine
Ergonomic Corrections
The Chair
Back Braces

6 Complementary Treatments
Massage Therapy
Chiropractic /Chiropractic Care

7 Self Care At Home
Acetaminophen (Tylenol)
Nsaids (Advil, Aspirin, Aleve)
Muscle Relaxants
Self Care
To Rest Or Not To Rest?




Here is an excerpt of the book:

Physical Therapy

Since much of back pain is caused by a weakening of the muscles, getting those muscles back into shape is the best course of action for many patients.

But if exercise and activity on your own hasn't helped and the back pain keeps coming back, your doctor may prescribe physical therapy for you.

Physical therapists will help you learn how to move your body in a healthy manner, while also strengthening your core to support your back. They can work with you in both active and in passive ways to help your body regain its health and to lessen pain naturally.

Active Physical Therapy

This is the physical therapy that most people readily recognize. When you are doing active physical therapy, the therapist is either moving your body for you or they are showing you movements that they want you to repeat during your session.

These are designed to work with your injuries and to help strengthen your body to prevent future troubles.

Depending on the severity of your back pain, you may need to go to physical therapy several times a week or you might simply go one time a week over the course of many months – it depends on your diagnosis.

During these sessions you may:

  • Stretch
  • Do low impact aerobic work
  • Strength training

To most people, this sounds like going to the gym, but under the care of a physical therapist, you will be able to have your injury monitored and regulated for you as an individual. They will be able to recommend specific movements and then create new goals for new movements as you progress.

Physical therapists will also encourage the patients to practice these exercises on their own to continue their progress as well as to continue strengthening their backs.

If you are given a certain set of exercises to do, it's best that you follow the regimen exactly and talk to your physical therapist about any additional pain that you might feel during the movements.




The best part of this eBook is that you don't have to wait another minute or head into a crowded store to pick up a copy. You can start learning and reading in just minutes.



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Don't Delay!


Lee Anderson






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