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7 Steps to Ease Back Pain
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7 Steps to Ease Back Pain

SKU: 104122

7 Steps to Ease Back Pain is a compact guide to taking control and managing your back pain. With a foreword by Dr Brian Hammond D.O.C PhD and knowleadgeable insights from Yinka Thomas MSc RNutr the book covers the important 7 steps:

  • Step 1. Take Control
  • Step 2. Move
  • Step 3. Stretch
  • Step 4. Strength and Balance
  • Step 5. Eat Well
  • Step 6. Support Your Back
  • Step 7. Drink Lots of Water

Plus you will find over twenty illustrations for stretches and exercises, fifteen illustrations for nutrition and photos of products.

If you can practise good self-care when your back flares up, you may ease your symptoms and recover well, without the need to see a doctor.

 84 pages. ISBN 978-0-9536436-5-3

Condition: New In stock

Price (ex VAT):
£7.99
Price (inc VAT):
£7.99
Delivery (inc VAT):
£2.00
Delivery time:
2 - 5 days
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From the Forword

I have read many books on the treatment and prevention of back pain. Many authors concentrate on a different approach or therapy such as manipulation, muscle techniques or postural rehabilitation. These books nearly always include chapters on anatomy, exercise and balance techniques.

This book covers these topics but adds chapters on nutrition, hydration and ergonomics. The section on nutrition is one of the most informative I have seen and is written in clear terms for the general public. Whether patients try to control their back conditions themselves or seek treatment from a medical professional the information contained in 7 Steps to Ease Back Pain will certainly help assist recovery and prevention.

Dr Brian Hammond D.O.C PhD
Executive Chairman BackCare

Contents

About Your Back
Step 1. Take Control
Step 2. Move
Step 3. Stretch
Step 4. Strength and Balance
Step 5. Eat Well
Step 6. Support Your Back
Step 7. Drink Lots of Water
Things to Avoid
Resources

Back Pain Facts:

  • Back pain affects around 2.5 million people in the United Kingdom at any one time.
  • Four out of five people suffer from back pain at some point in their lives. This can be short-term and acute, or it can become recurrent or chronic.
  • Back pain is the biggest single cause of absence from work and loses organisations millions of pounds in lost productivity every year.

You may also want to read our 10 Tips to Prevent Back Pain

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