LoseTheBackPain
LoseTheBackPain

Long Term Pain Relief – Dietary Adjustments

If you’ve gotten to this point and you’re still experiencing pain, don’t lose hope. Your diet could have a lot to do with it. First, let me encourage you to continue with the muscle-balance therapy, trigger point therapy, proteolytic enzymes and natural pain relief creams. Some people with particularly stubborn, chr … Read More

Filed Under: Nutrition
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Long Term Pain Relief – Emotional Troubleshooting

Tired Stressed Woman

If you’ve used the combination of Muscle-Balance therapy, trigger-point therapy, and inversion therapy for several weeks and you’re still experiencing pain, it may be time to evaluate your emotional state of mind. I’ve found that, in most cases, if someone is not feeling a lot better by the time they’ve adopted these thre … Read More

Filed Under: Emotions
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Far Infrared Heat Therapy for Short Term Relief

For most people, short-term pain relief involves taking some type of anti-inflammatory medication–Advil and Motrin being the most popular over-the-counter versions. These medications were originally designed to be used only once in a while, but many people now rely on them on a daily basis. Considering the dangers–heav … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain, Far Infrared Heat
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Natural Pain Relief Cream for Short Term Relief

lower back pain

For most people, short-term pain relief involves taking some type of anti-inflammatory medication–Advil and Motrin being the most popular over-the-counter versions. These medications were originally designed to be used only once in a while, but many people now rely on them on a daily basis. Considering the dangers– … Read More

Filed Under: Rub on Relief
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Natural Anti-Inflammatories for Pain Relief

Fibrin Trapping Blood Cells

A number of back-pain sufferers I work with tell me they’re in way too much pain to take the steps needed for long-term relief. While they’re looking forward to solving their back pain problem once and for all, they can barely move right now. Let me now address the topic of short-term pain relief. Sometimes it’s necessa … Read More

Filed Under: Back Pain, Heal-n-Soothe
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

General Action Plan

Most back-pain situations that don’t fall into the other categories still are the result of problems in the mind, body, and/or diet–all which are addressed here. You will be performing your own self-assessment as you go through the steps, which will help you determine exactly what you need to do to feel better, and it als … Read More

Filed Under: 7 Day Back Pain Cure, Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction Action Plan

The sacroiliac (SI) joint connects the base of the spine to the pelvis. In other words, it joins the sacrum (the triangular bone at the bottom of the spine) with the pelvis at two connection points. (You can see these from the outside as two "dimples” on each side of the lower back, at the belt line.) It’s small, but very … Read More

Filed Under: 7 Day Back Pain Cure, Lower Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Lower Back Pain Action Plan

People suffering from general lower-back pain usually complain of a dull, aching feeling; a tight, "locked up” sensation that limits movement; or sharp pains. Sometimes these sensations are accompanied by radiating pain in the legs and/or feet. All these symptoms can be caused by imbalances within your physical body, mind … Read More

Filed Under: 7 Day Back Pain Cure, Lower Back Pain
Written By: Jesse Cannone,

Scoliosis Action Plan

Scoliosis describes a curvature of the spine–instead of going straight up and down, it curves laterally to one side or the other between the neck and the tailbone. Signs of scoliosis include a shoulder blade that juts out, uneven shoulders or hips, a noticeable leaning to one side, or a rolling walking gait. Symptoms can i … Read More

Filed Under: 7 Day Back Pain Cure
Written By: Jesse Cannone,