Readers who suffer from spinal stenosis might want to check out Treat Your Own Spinal Stenosis. It contains all the multifidus exercises shown in The Multifidus Back Pain Solution, plus additional exercises specifically designed to restore back flexibility and proprioception.
I have been doing the exercise recommended by this book for the past three weeks.
Ignoring P.T. Johnson's advice at the beginning of his book, I immediately read the back exercise chapter and started exercising it.
The information is very helpful, the anatomy illustrations are clear, and I found the exercises easy to perform.
This book suggests a way to rebuild the small muscle between the dics- these atrphy after an injury and thus set you up for another injury. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Doc
Somewhat helpful for my back soreness. Or, I just need a new mattress.Published 2 months ago by topaz green
This book is well written and a very detailed explanation of the WHY's of Spinal Stenosis. Very little information on the HOW's to deal with it.Published 5 months ago by Mrs. Hill
Book in great condition. Enjoyable to read and easy to understand material. Would recommend for PT students to enhance back pain treatment knowledge.Published 8 months ago by Paola Eusse
This book was very well written and the exercises very easy to do and best of all seem to have really helped with my back pain.Published 8 months ago by Nay717
The information is very helpful, the anatomy illustrations are clear, and I found the exercises easy to perform. Overlook the ego of the author and do the work.Published 17 months ago by lisbeth
I was expecting more exercises than what was presented in the book. Lots of empirical information but lacking in practical application.Published 18 months ago by Lily King
The book is very, very well written - convincing, too, with studies cited. I'm taking the exercises, which are simple and easy. However, they may be too easy. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Addie Summers