Pain relief is really simple.
Your back hurts when it is inflamed, either the muscles or the joints. Of course, that includes the joint capsule and the tendons and ligaments surrounding it as well as the nerves. Doctors and therapists make it sound so complicated so that you “come back for more”. You would think that with all their years of education they would have revealed the truth. But the system that puts out doctors and therapists teach only their ways and students and graduates must stay within those boundaries. Even researchers. It’s all about ‘the degree” and therefore the money and position they can assume when they stay within the boundaries.
So back pain is simply inflammation in the area of complaint.
What is inflammation?
Inflammation = Acidity = Pain
It’s that simple.
Yes. It really is a chemical equation of acidity or alkalinity because inflammation is always an acidic state. As is disease. All nursing graduates know this. All doctors know this. They just “don’t know” how to get rid of it!
Ok. Let’s tell them. You want to know so that you can be pain-free, I see.
I have treated MANY, MANY people just with simple massage and felt their skin, their muscles, their bones. There is such a variety of each. I learned, with the help of God, about the body. I’d like to share it with you here. I cannot share all, especially specifics to YOU, but I can share principles that I”ve seen stable and firm, never changing. Principles that I have tried and tested for over 15 years.
The Principles of Pain
If pain is always present (but not always felt) when inflamed, and pain is also an acidic condition, then let’s change something to reduce the acidic condition. I’ve figured them out. I’ll help you figure your own pain out. All in all, the principles must be applied to get results.
What is an acidic condition?
Nurses and doctors all know that disease is an acidic state. But they don’t address it.
If you could Manage Your Pain with easy self-care techniques, would you do it?
“No matter what your problem is I might be able with simple self care techniques. If I can’t help you, it is free”
Ask yourself the following:
If these self-care techniques eliminate your need for chiropractic care, surgery, and continuous therapy, would that be a good direction for you?
If you didn’t miss work, felt better and weren’t limited in your activities, would this benefit your lifestyle?
How much is pain-free, no surgery or continued healthcare savings worth to you to stop the cycle and get free?