More richly detailed and in-depth than his previous books, this volume is illustrated with over 100 photos and liberally peppered with real-life case histories. Starting with an analysis of how the back and neck work, it moves on to a discussion of the common causes of pain--bad posture is most often to blame. At the core is a detailed explanation of how to do the McKenzie Method exercises, when to apply them, and how to adjust your personal program over time. Included are instructions for people who suffer with acute back and neck pain (with appropriate cautions regarding when to call a medical professional) as well as for people in special situations like pregnant women, athletes, and seniors. An impassioned introduction by coauthor Craig Kubey, a satisfied convert after suffering intense back and neck pain as a result of several auto accidents, could very well make a believer out of anyone. --Marianne Painter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I have lower back pain. It really helped to relieve some discomforts.Published 3 hours ago by bernadine moore
Great book. Instructions are clear. Exercises helped for back..almost like a miracle!Published 16 days ago by Jennifer R. Pickle
I started on the neck exercise. It is too soon to tell, if it works for my headaches and neck pain. But it can't hurt, and I am sure it will help. Yes, I would order it again.Published 22 days ago by C. Moritz
Thought I was buying a used book, but when it arrived. it was new? I am very satisfied with my purchase.........RobertPublished 1 month ago by Robert Wofford
Offers some practical exercises to help you help yourself with back pain but I'd suggest you use this book in conjunction with seeing a physical therapistPublished 1 month ago by Danny Seraphin
The simple back exercises really do help my back. Have only done a few of the neck ones, no help yet.Published 1 month ago by P Callahan
This is a great book that has exercises which have made a difference in my pain control. It is great to have exercises to control pain rather than medications.Published 1 month ago by Mark Glover