Self-care for your back.
1. Reduce muscle stiffness, inflammation and back pain.
2. Reset muscle tone and nervous system response releasing tissue tension, increasing joint mobility, and decreasing back pain.
3. Reprogram your movement patterns so that back pain will not reoccur as you begin to use your new body.
I was born with no discs in my low back , a mid-back scoliosis, and a reverse curve on my neck. My father and sister both had similar defects and both had surgery to fuse their vertebrae; neither surgery was successful in decreasing their pain. I healed my body using the Backhealer self-care method. If you can lay on the floor you can use the Backhealer method.
Back pain interview with Dr. Cory Holly and Steve Butler. Dr. Cory Holly is the Founder & President of the Cory Holly Institute (CHI). Dr. Holly completed his Doctor of Naturopathy degree at Clayton College of Natural Health in 1992. He studied exercise physiologyread more