"I have found a terrific relief from the usual back pain I've had." -- Jim Dine, artist
"The techniques described in this book are remarkably effective in the treatment and prevention of back and neck disorders." -- William P. Burks, M.D., surgeon
Deborah Caplan is a physical therapist who specializes in treating patients with back problems. She has successfully applied the Alexander Technique to back care for over thirty years. A founding member of the Center for the Alexander Technique in New York City, she is on the senior faculty of the teacher training program.
I'm well into the double digits with books I've read on the subject. It's a tough one to write about clearly. Deborah Caplan does one of the best jobs doing just that. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Stephen Hughes
This book is quite good in managing back issues after they occur as well as improving quality of life through improved posture. I am very pleased with it.Published 22 months ago by Jeff Doane
The Alexander technique makes a lot of sense. Deborah Caplan,s excellent book has helped me improve my lower back
problem. I have recommended this book to friend's.
This helpful practical guide based on the F.M. Alexander Technique for dealing with back problems was written by a practitioner of this technique who was also a professional... Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by Eckhart H. Richter
Haven't read it yet. Recommended to me by my Alexander Technique instructor, so am sure there's good information in there when I get time to study it.Published on December 31, 2012 by Rachel W. Brooks