5.0 out of 5 starsSarno will be remembered as one of the most influential and greatest doctors this planet has ever seen B Grasp the top of your right foot (or ankle, if that's easier) with your right hand, and gently pull your heel toward your butt. Make sure your right knee stays facing down and close to your left leg. Hold for 30 seconds, then switch sides and repeat.
Arthritis Paul, who runs painscience.com, is affiliated with Steve et. al. & has done some work on the SBM site so I don't know the specifics of what you read but I wouldn't take it as "their" (SBM's) official stance until they specifically address Sarno. He's kind of supportive so SBM may be too.
Whether it’s from lifting too many heavy boxes or twisting your spine the wrong way, a stabbing pain in the back can happen to anyone. "Art, you're taking this operation too lightly", said Dr. Masferrer, my neurosurgeon. "I'm afraid you just don't understand. I'm going to break your back!"
Interesting book recommended by my chiropractor. At first I thought it was kind of hokey, but the more I read the more I started to buy into the concept that most back pain is caused by suppressed anger and fear. The back pain is the mind's way of giving you something to deal with besides confronting the emotions. I've been having back pain for years and paid my chiropractor way more money that I would like. But since reading the book and using the techniques, when I have had flare ups they are ...more
Chakra Care Trauma and Injury The tennis-ball-press technique with the press-hold-move technique is a useful option at the very top side your hip bone on the muscle called your tensor fascia latae.
I had a back injury as a result of repetitive lifting in a work environment. Three herniated disks, the upper one being the most serious as it is against a nerve root Before being allowed to see a Dr the HR department made me go first to a chiropractor. I got relief after the first visit. Maintained after the second and the last two made it worse. Finally was sent on to a DR. I took a lot of prednisone and had cortisone shots in the back. Time did more then the medication... medication caused other health problems. The exercise was the most helpful treatment but the hardest to start. The shooting pain wasn't just down the leg but around my body... pretty much anyplace from my waist to my knees. I found that cutting caffeine and really pushing water was when I had the first noticeable improvement. Allowing the body to rehydrate the disks was something I learned from a nurse practitioner and it allowed me to really begin the exercise therapy. Others recommended bicycling. I cannot do that still. It causes too much side to side movement on the lower back. The only bicycling I can do is on a recumbent stationary. My greatest luck has been with pilates type exercises for the core and light to moderate weight training. Even after five years I cannot stand at the counter and do dishes with out significant pain. I cannot stand on concrete floors for more then about forty-five minutes without developing a limp. For pain, my best friend is my TENS machine.
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