Instead of feeling limited by back pain, you could feel stronger, more flexible, and pain-free.
No need for pain medication.(Pain medications are not the best long-term solution for pain.)
No need for surgery. (A very small percentage of people need surgery.)
Wouldn't you like to recover without pain medications or surgery?
The rehabilitation process can be long and challenging after surgery...much longer than most surgeons will tell you.
Whether you get surgery or not, you have to put in the effort. Isn't it is better to put in the effort now instead of after surgery?
The latest research shows that posture and movement education is the number #1 remedy for back pain.
Massage, ultrasounds, and hands-on techniques are okay for short-term benefits but the evidence shows that
science-based exercises are better for long-term benefits.
You can learn science-based exercises by watching instructional exercise videos taught by a Doctor of Physical Therapy.
The exercises in this course were adopted from the world's leading experts in back pain.
Unfortunately, there are still many myths and misconceptions surrounding the management of back pain.
Here are a few of the myths:
Myth #1: My herniated disc can't heal….
Truth: Discs CAN heal. Evidence shows discs heal...sometimes it takes years but they can recover.
Myth #2: My MRI will tell me what to do…
Truth: MRI's rule out cancer and fractures, but they do not tell you how to how to solve the problem.
Myth #3: Strong muscles will fix my back pain…
Truth: Research shows pain is caused from putting the spine under load like poor sustained postures or poor movements...not weakness. It's more related to the endurance of muscles rather than strength.
Myth #4: Back pain is easy to fix.
Truth: Back pain is complex. It takes time and there is no one-size-fits all approach.
The world's leading experts on agree on these myths.