There is a lot you can learn about healing back pain for free. For example, there are a lot of healing articles on this site with a lot of information that is free.
Here’s someone who found some big help for his particular issue. He found it when he got a massage, but found out the why and a self applied method from information he got free here.
Here’s what he has to say about it:
Thanks for your (free) book, I got it in the first email. I also saw the video you’ve sent – unfortunately I haven’t have the opportunity to experience it myself (the assisted back pain relief video that comes in the email series), but just trying it by myself was useful too.
I’ve read through the free book, you’ve sent, and I found it very interesting, especially the part on the adrenals. Unfortunately, getting rid of sugars is extremely hard for me – since I do some intensive sports – and because of that, I’m focusing on the herbal / vitamin treatment you suggested. I can get back to you, if you are interested in the results.
The best-ever thing that worked for me on lower back pain treatment was a psoas-massage. Up until now, I didn’t know what was the maneuver, the masseur performed on me during a Thai-massage session, but I felt immediate relief after one year of constant pain. It was thanks to you – the YouTube video you’ve posted on the topic – that made me realize what was happening to me at that time. Since then (one week ago) I can specifically search the net for stretches, yoga-routines, and by practicing them, I no longer have extreme pains radiating down my right leg, and the un-easyness in my back lessened considerably – though, it is not gone, yet.
This whole experience taught me that self treatment is more useful treating lower back pain on the long run than current medicine (though some of them come handy when dealing with pain reduction and inflammation reduction). This is why I’m strongly considering to buy your book on self adjusting technique.
Peter from Hungary
I’m really glad to hear you found some relief. The psoas makes complete sense for an athlete. Sugar may still be adding to your issue though. I’ve been reading about carb loading lately, seems that the degree that many people take is unnecessary. I’ll see about writing on this if I find some great information. Sugar will have less of a negative effect if you have it shortly before exercising. Seems that exercise mitigates just about everything. Please do keep me informed.
First, I have a video on how to do a psoas massage in a unique way that can be self applied that helps a lot of back pain sufferers. This is what gave Peter so much relief.
Secondly, there have been recent studies that show that carb loading for performance isn’t the best thing to do. A little in some circumstances, but in general people have been shown to do better with more protein and fat rather than huge plates of pasta.
The point is that it isn’t always necessary to buy information to be free from back pain, even the book I sell isn’t always needed.
Check around on the site here, see what you can find that might help your back pain issue, or other health issue for that mater. I have a different way of looking at things than a lot of people do…but they’re coming around.