Fixing pain involves more than just stretching or strengthening muscles; it requires your attention to how you move. Poor movement creates weak or tight muscles which then reinforce poor habits creating a cycle of pain. Rick teaches you which muscles are at the root of your pain as well as how this creates painful movement. He then shows you how to break this cycle.
Fixing You: Back Pain is part of the Fixing You series addressing chronic or recurring pain in the entire body. Rick simplifies complicated medical problems helping you distill the causes of your pain down to a few simple issues. His explanations remove the mystique of back pain and show you why it is the easiest area of pain for him, and now you, to treat.
I have used this book to help myself recover from postpartum back pain.
Rick's explanations of body mechanics are very easy to follow and help you understand why you experience pain and how to fix it yourself.
The only thing better than this book is the book by esgoscue, together I am doing much better.
Great Book! Author's website also has videos showing you in detail all the exercise presented in the book.Published 1 month ago by Chis Nash
After years of trouble, finally a book that helps. We bought all five books and together they are very effective!Published 2 months ago by R. Glenn
I feel like if your back is really hurt, and you have any ANY sense where your physicality and body are concerned, this book is redundant. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A. L. Austin
This book created hope within me even though I had learned over the years that none of the various body therapies had ever worked to reduce or eliminate my back/pelvis pain. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jane Livingston