The Chiropractor's Self-Help Back and Body Book: Your Complete Guide to Relieving Aches and Pains at Home and on the Job

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Most books on backache emphasize medication or surgery as cures. This practical guide suggests a better approach for sufferers. Using self-healing techniques to relieve pain, distinguishing back trouble from other problems, and protecting a weak back during sex or pregnancy are just a few of the topics in this thorough handbook. Over 40 black-and-white illustrations are included.
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The Chiropractor's Self-Help Back and Body Book: Your Complete Guide to Relieving Aches and Pains at Home and on the Job

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Overview

Most books on backache emphasize medication or surgery as cures. This practical guide suggests a better approach for sufferers. Using self-healing techniques to relieve pain, distinguishing back trouble from other problems, and protecting a weak back during sex or pregnancy are just a few of the topics in this thorough handbook. Over 40 black-and-white illustrations are included.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780897933766
  • Publisher: Turner Publishing Company
  • Publication date: 9/28/2002
  • Pages: 296
  • Product dimensions: 7.32 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 0.82 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2002

    A Self-Help Plan for Treating and Preventing Common Back and Body Pain

    Backache is the second most common ailment among the general population, the most common cause of disability among persons under the age of 45, and the third most common reason for surgery performed in the United States. Since back trouble is a major health problem, there is a great need for reader friendly, authoritative books offering self-help instructions for persons who want to help themselves in preventing and treating this common problem. While the primary focus of 'The Chiropractor's Self-Help Back and Body Book' is on back trouble, the book also covers a variety of problems commonly associated with neck and back trouble, such as arm and leg pain and tension headache. Other causes of these common aches and pains are also discussed so that the reader can distinguish back-related problems from more serious problems, such as headache caused by brain tumors, arm pain caused by heart disease, and leg pain caused by circulatory insufficiency, and so on. Every member of the family can benefit from this comprehensive guide. Those who do not now have back pain can benefit from information on weight control, arthritis, shoulder pain, scoliosis, osteoporosis, and other problems that may or may not be associated with a neck or back problem. There are special chapters for sex-related or pregnancy-related back pain. Offering safe, natural remedies that are now in great demand, this unique book can be used in a lifelong self-help plan for relieving and preventing pain caused by common back and body problems.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2002

    Lifelong Treatment and Prevention of Back and Body Problems -for Every Member of the Family

    Backache is the second most common ailment among the general population, the most common cause of disability among persons under the age of 45, and the third most common reason for surgery performed in the United States. Since back trouble is a major health problem, there is a great need for reader friendly, authoritative books offering self-help instructions for persons who want to help themselves in preventing and treating this common problem. While the primary focus of 'The Chiropractor's Self-Help Back and Body Book' is on back trouble, the book also covers a variety of problems commonly associated with neck and back trouble, such as arm and leg pain and tension headache. Other causes of these common aches and pains are also discussed so that the reader can distinguish back-related problems from more serious problems, such as headache caused by brain tumors, arm pain caused by heart disease, and leg pain caused by circulatory insufficiency. Every member of the family can benefit from this comprehensive guide. Even those who do not now have back pain can benefit from information on weight control, arthritis, headache, scoliosis, osteoporosis, and other problems that may or may not be associated with a neck or back problem. Offering safe, natural remedies that are in great demand, this unique book can be used in a self-help plan for lifelong treatment and prevention of common back and body problems.

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