How to Overcome Back Pain: Beginning an Exercise Program and Ice

by coachz on July 31, 2013

The #1 and #2 Questions I Receive

How Do I Begin an Exercise Program If I Suffer from Neck Pain, Back Pain, and/or Sciatica?

What is Your #1 Strategy for Quick Neck Pain, Back Pain, and/or Sciatica Relief?

This video will help answer these questions…and several others. In my opinion, exercise is crucial and, without question, the most effective strategy for long term neck pain, back pain, and sciatica relief!

Over the next few weeks and months, I will share what I’ve learned over the past few years…and what I continuing to learn…about pain relief strategies that work.

Please don’t hesitate to share your stories and ask relevant questions about how best to conquer neck pain, back pain, and sciatica and reclaim your life.

I wish you all the best and hope something you learn here will offer real and lasting chronic and/or acute neck, back, and/or sciatic nerve pain relief!

John Zajaros
216-712-7004 (office)

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Todd May 2, 2014 at 11:05 pm

I have degeneration in the S1 and L5 area, with a spasm over it. My back was so bad, I was cripple, yet forced myself to start walking and taking better care of myself, including no sitting at all, until I strengthen the muscles and get rid of this spasm. On top of daily long walks, between 5 and 10 miles per day, I also don’t sit, drink raw unfiltered organic apple cider and plenty of water every day. It has also cured me depression.

Last but not least, stop coffee. It is a dietetic and a stimulant, sure to hasten degeneration, contribute to imflmation, negatively affect nutrient obsorption, sleep patterns, anxiety levels, and the list just goes on and on. I start my physical therapy next Friday and hear good things. Also, anyone can çontact me w/ questions about this. Thanks.

coachz May 5, 2014 at 5:22 am

Todd,

I received your emails and I hope my response helped. Don’t get ahead of yourself. Good luck at the doc’s and keep me informed. There are people who have been through what you are experiencing and share your pain! It can and does get better. Promise!

JZ

ปวดหลัง May 13, 2014 at 3:13 pm

In this case, pressure is usually felt mostly in the lumbar area (lower back) and
over time, this will result in excruciating pain. Sitting down
for long periods of time could cause lower back pain.
It is important that you take extra care while
performing your job duty.

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