Nearly two decades ago I started sharing the most common root cause of back pain and created the first product designed specifically to eliminate it.
However, many still don’t realize it’s also a shockingly common cause of joint pain. Yet it was persistent knee pain that first led to my discovery of this pain inducer: mus … Read More
Bonus Content: The 7-Day Back Pain Cure
Back pain is one of the top reasons for missed work and second only to upper-respiratory infections for causing doctor visits.
Most of the time, back muscle pain is diagnosed then "treated” with little more than a prescription of rest, painkillers and muscle relaxants.
Follow th … Read More
There are Two Types of Pain: Which are You Suffering From?
Though there are many back-pain conditions, such as sciatica, scoliosis, and a herniated disc, we can narrow them down to two basic categories: nerve-based pain and tissue-based pain.
You may have one or the other, or you may have both. Some treatments will ease ner … Read More
Find Your Muscle Imbalances
So you can fix them without surgery, toxic drugs,
or expensive medical treatments
Back pain doesn't just happen overnight. While the pain may seem to appear suddenly, the fact is, the problem has been developing for months — or probably even years!
The real reason you have back pai … Read More
Chronic pelvis pain can hit anyone. But women suffer the most, with as many as 1 in 7 at any given time by some estimates (and 1 in 4 while pregnant).
Yes, it's always a good idea to see a doctor to rule out disease for chronic pain issues. That's why I'm going to share the most common diagnosed causes of chronic pelvis p … Read More
Scoliosis is a lateral, or sideways, curvature of the spine, which in its normal state should be a straight vertical line when viewed from the front or back. Viewed from the side, a normal spine curves slightly backward to produce a mild degree of roundness in the upper back area and slightly inward curve in the lower back. … Read More
… The Best & The Worst Treatments
Your sacroiliac (SI) joints, the points where your spine meets your pelvis, are located at the two "dimples” in your lower back. As you age, wear and tear on your SI joints’ cartilage can become damaged, allowing your bones to rub together, leading to pain and eventually even osteoarthri … Read More
If you feel for the two dimples in your lower back, this is where you'll find your two sacroiliac (SI) joints. Essentially, these are the points where your spine meets your pelvis.
Although your sacroiliac joints move only a couple of millimeters, rotating 1 to 4 degrees at most, they have a heavy burden to bear. As a wei … Read More
Bodybuilding is tough work, requiring many hours every week sculpting muscles in the gym. It also leads to numerous muscle and tendon injuries, particularly among those less knowledgeable about balanced workouts.
A complete series of articles on preventing bodybuilding related back pain should be required reading for anyone … Read More
Lessons Learned from Mr. Angry Cynic
I wanted to take a moment here in today's email to share with you an email I received last week from a reader, along with my reply to it... I think you should find this very valuable. Ok, here's his email:
"Congratulations!! Yet another ingenious way coined to make money from sick peopl … Read More