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Is it possible to heal back pain without surgery? With millions of people suffering from back pain throughout the world, patients demand answers. In "The End of Back Pain: Access Your Hidden Core to Heal the Body", Patrick Roth, M.D. hopes to address the physical and emotional devastation brought on by back pain.
In his book, Roth delves into the unfortunate consequences of having a weak core. He addresses the fact that many doctors are quick to prescribe medications or to suggest surgery. Roth, on the other hand, addresses the power of movement and muscle in aligning your spine. According to Roth, "pain medications can cause more back pain" and "you know your body best," do drugs really sound like the answer?
One of the most helpful facets of Roth's book is his exercise program. Designed to strengthen your core muscles, this plan has been designed by the author in an effort to relieve chronic pain symptoms. Roth's successful career as a neurosurgeon makes him a great fit to write this book. His style has been described as "novel and optimistic."
Like Human Movement Potential: Its Ideokinetic Facilitation, Roth's text will encourage readers to see the body in a new light. Not only that, but readers will feel empowered to take control. "The End of Back Pain" is a thought-provoking and philosophical read for anybody who has been exploring the topic of movement and back pain.
Posted May 23, 2014
This concept will be an uphill battle because of how the US healthcare system is set up. The author beautifully put what I already believe about back pain in this book. Rehabilitating our bodies to make them strong HAS to start with a healthy mind.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.