Start your lower back pain and sciatica recovery with this complete at-home rehab guide. This guide works because it was developed over the course of 10 years through clinical experience and field-tested with actual customers.
If you keep repeating stretches and exercises that only provide temporary relief, stop wasting time. You’re most likely not addressing the root cause of this problem.
Lower back pain is one of the most common issues plaguing individuals around the world! Whether it’s from a sports injury, sitting too long, or doing everyday things like picking up your kids, you are not alone.
If you don’t address it early on, it only becomes harder and harder to resolve it the longer you let it linger.
More than 95% of lower back cases we’ve seen at our clinic over the last few years have been treated successfully with specific movement based corrections. This means you don’t need to be physically touched to feel relief. Our movement based exercises can be done anywhere, and they aim to address the root cause of your lower back issue.
Who This Guide is For
People Experiencing Problems the Following:
- Sitting or Standing Up from a Seated Position
- Carrying and lifting items that weigh more than 10 LBS
- Turning in Bed
- Getting In and Out of Cars
- Putting on Shoes
- Picking Up / Playing With Your Kids
You get the idea, right? Lower back issues can arise in a myriad of ways, but it shouldn’t scare you. Your body is giving you cues, and this guide is going to help you navigate the issues and understand how to respond to the cues.
Here’s What You’ll Accomplish
The first thing you’ll learn to do is find the first-aid exercise that helps you decrease the discomfort. You cannot begin to fully rehab until you know how to control flare ups. These first-aid “cool down” exercises are not strenuous, and when done properly, will set the tone for the remainder of your rehab.
Each phase is meant to prepare you for the next phase, so it’s important that you focus on the process and allow your body to “rebuild” itself week-to-week.
Phase 1 – Cool Down
During the first 3 weeks, we’ll identify the first-aid exercises that will help you control the aches and discomforts. Knowing how to “cool things down” is an important part of recovery beyond the first 2 weeks.
Phase 2 – Building Support
The next 4 weeks will focus on the support systems and “stiffening” your torso.
Phase 3 – Building Strength
During these 4 weeks, we’ll turn up the juice and start to build strength. This is a key component to avoiding relapses.
Phase 4 – Return to Life!
Finally, we’ll work our way into a form that allows us to return to normal life.
Once you purchase this program, you will have access to this material for life. If you ever need to revisit any of the sections from this guide, it’s available at your fingertips (mobile-friendly)!
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