Friday, November 28, 2008

Back Pain Cause

Free ebook covers many aspects of back pain cause and provides your with a greater knowledge and awareness from an expert to help you work towards relieving your back pain.

The ebook "Causes of Back Pain, Neck Pain and Shoulder Pain" is an introduction into the information that "GLOBAL BACK CARE", provides into the musculo-skeletal health management program designed to help you restore poor function to good.

The free ebook that provides the following information:
  • A brief outline of the likely cause(s) of your pain problem(s);
  • An introduction to the principles of musculo-skeletal dysfunction
  • The causes of musculo-skeletal dysfunction
  • The role of therapy for back pain relief;
  • An outline of diagnostic instruments and why specific exercises are extremely important for taking proactive steps for achieving back pain relief;
  • An outline of 3 key exercises that are important for fixing back, neck and shoulder pain;
  • An extra note to the value and benefit of the additional resources that are now available for purchase which are instantly downloadable.
A series of ebooks have been produced to help you become aware of potential causes of pain and what to do to take care. These ebooks include:
  • Fix Back Pain Plus Exercise to relieve lower back pain;
  • Fix Neck Pain;
  • Fix Shoulder Pain; and for your personal training goals
  • Strength Training Diary.
  • To download the ebook The ebook "Causes of Back, Neck and Shoulder pain"
The key to overcoming back pain
The key to reducing pain is getting your bones back into better alignment.
You do that by working on improving your strength and flexibility.
The pain you're experiencing is your body's way of telling you are out of alignment.

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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Musculo-skeletal dysfunction

There's a mountain of musculo-skeletal dysfunction in our community

There's a mountain of musculo-skeletal dysfunction in our community and it's costing individuals an absolute motza; crook backs, stiff necks, 'cold' shoulders, bung hips, game legs, dicky knees and limp wrists.

However, there's a good chance you can save yourself a fortune - and a lot of pain - if you can make the distinction between dysfunctions and injuries.
Injuries happen, something falls on you, you trip over something ...
Musculo-skeletal dysfunction is caused by motion starvation.

Very few people have a strength and flexibility training program that keeps their body in good alignment.

The treatment? Motion - a strength and flexibility program that gets bones back into alignment. Pain goes away. You'll feel better. You won't be forking out for expensive (and palliative) treatments.

Wikipedia Defined: Musculoskeletal
The musculoskeletal system provides form, stability, and movement to the human body.

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Back Pain Relief

Famous American public speaker, James Rohn said ' Things get better when you get better.'

You certainly get better when the ecosystem that is your body becomes fitter and healthier; mobility improves when you get back closer to your ideal weight.

If one part of your body feels painful, you can be pretty sure it's because muscles somewhere are weak and tight and dragging bones out of alignment.

You can fix that by doing some of the specific exercises outlined for you in Fix Back Pain.

But on top of that you need a general strength, flexibility, aerobic fitness training program.

Read the full article

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Sit Up Straight

A few weeks ago I received a note from out of the blue from a bloke asking if I could help fix his crook back.

Here in Canberra (Australia's national capital) I run the crook back clinic where people come to learn what the likely cause of their dysfunction is and the exercises then need to do to fix it up.

The cause is usually tight calf and buttock muscles and a body that's twisted, weak and tight.
The letter writer started off by saying he thought that sitting down was the cause of his crook back.

He's not wrong. It's major cause.
Anyway, top cut a long story short I told him to make sure he's sitting up straight at his desk with the back of the chair pressing in up under his shoulder blades and the desk pushing in to his abdomen. In that position he'd be locked in and sitting up straight.

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