What is the most powerful backache treatment ever developed to help prevent recurring back pain and restore you to a healthy, pain-free life?
The answer is exercise.
Helped more bachache sufferes than drugs, surgery, or any other treatment--without dangerous side effects
Been widely prescribed by medical doctors and other health practitioners.
Been rated the best source of relief by backache sufferers themselves
Been uniformly supported by current medical research
Each exercise is explained in words and diagrams so that even a beginner can put together an individualized exercise program that works. Included are:
Exercises to relieve acute and chronic plain, plus preventative measures
Self evaluation checklists
Instructions for increasing activity levels
Tips on performing everyday activities without pain
Let Dava Sobel and Arthur C. Klein's Backache: What Exercises Work work wonders in ending your back pain. Only this book has the techniques you need.
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|File size:||5 MB|
About the Author
Dava Sobel is an award-winning former science reporter for The New York Times and author of the national bestseller Longitude.
Arthur C. Klein is a survey designer and market research specialist. They are the best-selling authors of Backache Relief, Arthritis: What Works, and Arthritis: What Exercises Work. Both live in East Hampton, New York.
Dava Sobel (born June 15, 1947) is the author of Longitude, Galileo's Daughter, The Planets, and A More Perfect Heaven: How Copernicus Revolutionized the Cosmos. A former staff science reporter for The New York Times, she has also written for numerous magazines, including Discover, Harvard Magazine, Smithsonian, and The New Yorker.
Her most unforgettable assignment at the Times required her to live 25 days as a research subject in the chronophysiology lab at Montefiore Hospital, where the boarded-up windows and specially trained technicians kept her from knowing whether it was day outside or night.
Her work has won recognition from the National Science Board, which gave her its 2001 Individual Public Service Award "for fostering awareness of science and technology among broad segments of the general public." She also received the 2004 Harrison Medal from the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers in England and the 2008 Klumpke-Roberts Award from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific for "increasing the public understanding and appreciation of astronomy."
A 1964 graduate of the Bronx High School of Science, she has taught several seminars in science writing at the university level, and held a two-year residency at Smith College in fall 2013.
Arthur C. Klein is a survey designer and market research specialist. He is the best-selling co-author of Backache Relief, Arthritis: What Works, and Arthritis: What Exercises Work. He lives in East Hampton, New York.