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I had to use The Back Pain Book by Mike Hage, MS, PT while recovering from a back injury. The book is organized in such a way that you can turn to specific areas that you need to work on, and blank pages in the back to take notes on your improvements. As stated in the book: Becoming more active in your pursuit of comfort and your ability to function means gaining greater control over your pain and the effect it has on yo. .

Backache - Popular works. Neck pain - Popular works. Peachtree Publishers.

The book itself is page after page of helpful pictures accompanied by explanatory paragraphs of what to do and what not to do to protect your back and/or relieve pain/avoid pain starting in any given situation (nothing is excluded!).

The book itself is page after page of helpful pictures accompanied by explanatory paragraphs of what to do and what not to do to protect your back and/or relieve pain/avoid pain starting in any given situation (nothing is excluded!)

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Instead of addressing specific medical diagnoses, medications, surgery, or nutritional adjustments, Hage gives advice on how to use posture and movement to ease, relieve, and prevent your pain. Read full description. See details and exclusions. The Back Pain Book: A Self-Help Guide for the Daily Relief of Neck and Back Pain by Mike Hage (Paperback, 2005). Brand new: lowest price.

Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. 100% Money Back Guarantee. Eighty-five percent of Americans suffer from some type of back pain and our sedentary lifestyles only exacerbate the problem

Great condition for a used book! Minimal wear. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Показать все 3 объявления с подержанными товарами. Eighty-five percent of Americans suffer from some type of back pain and our sedentary lifestyles only exacerbate the problem. Drugs and surgery are costly solutions for easing the symptoms. This book, written by physical therapy experts at The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago-the top ranking rehab hospital in the nation-empowers you to take control of your pain by managing it, so that its impact on your life is minimized.

Instead, of addressing specific medical diagnosis, medications, surgery or nutritional adjustments. Hage gives guidance on how you can use postures and movements to ease, relieve and even prevent your pain. With this book, you can opt to participate in your own rehabilitation program.

A physical therapist tells how to relieve back and neck pain, of which 70 million Americans suffer. Your movement and posture may be the source - or the cure - for neck and low back pain. Mike Hage shows you how to analyze your patterns of standing, bending, breathing - even thinking. Learn to adjust these patterns in every move you make, from getting out of bed and choosing the right shoes to talking on the phone and getting to work. Take control of your pain and participate in your own rehabilitation by reprogramming your body to move correctly.
Abandoned Electrical
I first got this from the learning centre at MD Anderson Hospital, Houston, TX. I liked it so much I decided to buy it and then 4 more for family who suffer with back pain. This is one of the best books I have seen for a long time. Rather than being a book to read, think of it more of a bad back instructional manual and you will know what it is. The only complaint is that this is printed in India - don't get me wrong - very good quality, but could be bit cheaper (I calculated the Indian price ticket!).

The book itself is page after page of helpful pictures accompanied by explanatory paragraphs of what to do and what not to do to protect your back and/or relieve pain/avoid pain starting in any given situation (nothing is excluded!). Not too much to read nor too little, so that you can't understand - perfect!

One thing that impressed me about the book too, was that at the end it has a 'notes' section where it guides you to think about all the things you do that make your back worse or better, record them, and then practice doing the things that make you feel better as part of your daily life program.

For example I find that after washing plates I am so stiff in my lower back that I can hardly move around, but I automatically slowly bend and stretch to relieve it. This book focused me on making this same movement part of my exercise program and it has helped. Simple, I know, but I am always looking for effective, however simple. I am usually pretty good about doing this sort of thing for myself, but this book gave me lots of new things to practice. It also shows how to avoid the stiff back while washing plates in the first place.
Levaq
Nearly the same as the 1992 version with a few edits. By far the best back book I've found after reviewing many and by far the easiest to follow but still a challenge to understand how to do the exercises and which ones are important. I'm seeing a Physical Therapist now and the combination of the book and advice from the PT are much better. But lots of experimenting. I had some back issues over 15 years ago and as far as I can tell there have not been any real advances in the last 15 or 20 years. It is discouraging with all the money that has been spent over this time how little progress has been made.
Zut
This book offers numerous practical, day-to-day tips that make a big difference in managing back pain. It is organized in a way that permits the reader to go immediately to sections that focus on particular areas of back pain. This is a well though out publication.
Vichredag
I highly recommend this book for the lay person as well as for all those in the bodywork field. Easy to read, the drawings are easy to follow, actually better that photographs. Highly informative, a great homework book for clients! I have my original copy and I keep some on hand to share or give -- well worth the investment.
SlingFire
More medical . . . Not real easy to understand
Wanenai
A+
Malojurus
It's okay
This book was recommended by my husband's Physical Therapist, to help him learn proper body mechanics to protect the spine. The illustrations are a big help in learning how to do everyday moves in a safer way, and so far, every time we've had a question, we've found an illustration addressing our concern.
The Back Pain Book ebook
Author:
Mike Hage
Category:
Diseases & Physical Ailments
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Publisher:
Pustak Mhl (Educa Books) (July 15, 2008)
Pages:
228 pages
Rating:
4.5
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