It might not be easy to prevent, or once it occurs, it may take time to cure, but relief isn’t difficult. No, the answer isn’t pharmaceuticals. Drugs destroy other parts of your body to cover up the pain.
Low back pain is one of the most common reported pain symptoms reported to health care professionals. It’s reported that 80% of the population will suffer from back pain at some time in their life. That’s 4 out of 5 people suffering from the same complaint.
With so many people in the mix, having similar pain, the cure should be known by everyone. So let me ask you. What’s the solution to lower back pain relief?
Why don’t you know?
It’s not a secret. Or is it?…
Let’s discuss why you don’t know. It comes down to two simple reasons. First, how much money can be made from a treatment, and second, how simple the treatment is to administer. Simplicity usually comes down to a time factor. If it takes a long time, it’s considered difficult.
Let’s take drugs/medicine as the example. It’s quick and easy, and very profitable. Therefore it’s used a lot. It also gets rid of the pain, for a while… and causes a bunch of unwanted side effects.
If you want real relief, you need to look outside of the pharmaceutical world.
The answer has been around for thousands of years. Odds are you’ve either used it or benefited from the best treatment for back pain in its rudimentary form.
The best treatment for lower back pain relief is massage therapy, PERIOD. There’re many reasons it’s not commonly used. First, it doesn’t produce a lot of money for the treating doctor, because they’d have to pay a massage therapist. Secondly, it takes a lot of time. The massage therapist has to spend a lot of one-on-one time with the person suffering from the lower back pain, and it may take several sessions.
Massage therapy is very effective at providing pain relief, but most healthcare professionals consider themselves “to important” to perform this time consuming therapy themselves.
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There’s a lot of scientific research that shows massage therapy benefits all kinds of musculoskeletal pain, and specifically back pain. Check out the links below.