Back Pain Naturally
an estimated 80% of North Americans will experience at least
one episode of acute back pain at some point in their lives.
But on any given day in North America, 6.8 million people
are immobilized with back pain and every year 200 million
work days are lost because of back pain Back problems is becoming
increasingly common and seems to be more prevalent in the
western world. The following shows the factors contributing
to back problems:
Car Accidents - Contact Sports - Falls - Fatigue - Poor Posture
- Nutritional Stress
Treatment for Back Pain:
When most people experience back pain they run
out to the local drug store to pick up some pain relievers
and hope that their pain will go away, but for about 99% of
the time this will only mask the symptoms. From my experience,
I have found using a unique combination of Reflexology, Homeopathy,
Nutritional Counselling, Applied Kinesiology, Craniosacral
therapy and Lymphatic Drainage will remove the cause of the
back pain and help your body to be in a more balanced and
pain free state. Reflexology is a natural healing therapy
based on the principle that there are reflex points in the
feet and hands that correspond to every part, gland and organ
of the body. Through the application of pressure on these
reflex points, reflexology promotes the natural function of
the related areas of the body.
Lymphatic Drainage is a gentle massage technique
that helps to increase body fluid flow and remove waste products
from body tissues. Homeopathy is the therapeutic use of minute
substances used to stimulate the immune system, strengthen
and detoxify organs and systems and put the body back in balance.
Applied Kinesiology aids in strengthening and balancing the
muscles and in re-patterning the nervous system. Cranioscral
therapy, is a hands-on technique used to remove bony or diaphragm
restrictions in the cranium and along the spine. I have found
that the integration of these therapies will alleviate back
pain by removing nerve interference, inflammation, muscle
tension and through the detoxification of organs and systems
of the body.
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