The epidemic of Lower Back Pain in the western world continues to rise, year on year, despite numerous physical treatment approaches and the introduction of Manual Handling Regulations in the early 1990’s.
Despite numerous inconsistencies between individuals' symptoms and their diagnoses, because of the widespread belief that pain is of physical origin, few people even realise that there might be another cause for their low back pain.
Research has for years highlighted that degeneration of the spine is a normal sign of ageing and just as many people without pain have slipped discs, spinal arthritis/degeneration/wear and tear (M C Jensen et al. New England Journal of Medicine. 1994, 331: 69 – 73). Yet despite this, the widespread stigma about mental health means that few people open up to the possibility of a stress/emotional cause for their very real symptoms, even though results show that well over 70% of patients for whom nothing else had helped previously will go on to have a complete recovery using this approach, no matter how long they have lived with their pain.
People come to me looking for an effective treatment to cure their lower back pain. In order to provide more than just low back pain management, it is important to address the underlying causes of the pain, which is where our approach comes into it's own.
Full Recovery is possible
I have been developing the SIRPA™ approach over the past few years based on growing evidence demonstrating that the brain can cause very real pain even where there is no physical damage. By addressing the underlying cause and because the process is reversible, full recovery is possible as you can see from the many real success stories, such as Marie's. You could also listen to her on youtube.
To find out more about how you too could recover
Steps to recovery
Other conditions we can help with:
• Inconsistencies relating to current theories about chronic pain
We all know that back pain is incredibly common with one study in 2000 reporting that almost half of the adult population in the UK, 49%, experienced ...Read More...
Continued... To read part one, please click here. I was also beginning to wonder why, if core stability is so important in preventing and reso...Read More...
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