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The Myofascial Stretching Book is a great resource for anyone that may eventually suffer from some sort of physical ailment, i.e. everyone. Whether you are just someone that has pain and would like to self-treat, or you are a therapist looking for a great resource to reference, this book will fulfill your needs. -J.L., St. Petersburg, FL

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                Myofascial Stretching: A Guide to Self-Treatment
is a unique manual of techniques that results in permanent lengthening of the body's connective tissue and dramatically improves health and quality of life.

John F. Barnes, PT, the developer of Myofascial Release, says this of the book:

Jill and Brenda are extraordinary therapists of the highest caliber and have done an excellent job capturing the essence of MFR principles and presenting the stretches with clear photographs and concise explanations. I highly endorse this book for anyone seeking the authentic healing that Myofascial Release has to offer.   Read entire quote.           

 

Myofascial Stretching is an exceptional method of self-treatment based on the principles of Myofascial Release (MFR) as developed by John F. Barnes, PT. The techniques employ sustained pressure using a small inflated ball and active elongation into restrictions in the fascia.

Back Pain Self Treatment Book

Almost everyone suffers from low back pain at some point in their lives. While that’s not great news, it is good to know that most low back pain will go away within a few days or weeks if you it is properly taken care of. If you want to treat your pain in the comfort of your own home, you should look for a good back pain self treatment book. Here are some more tips on how to treat back pain.

Don’t stop doing your normal, daily activities. People used to think the best way to treat back pain was to just lie in bed and rest. Doctors now think that in most cases it is best for you to get back to your normal activities, as long as they don’t make your pain worse than it already is. You can take it easy for the first few days of your pain, but get moving as soon as you can. Lying in bed for more than two days may even make your pain worse!

Self Treatment Book


Avoid activities that cause more pain. While you do need to start moving around, you should avoid bending and lifting heavy objects if possible. These types of activities can put a lot of stress on your back.

If you follow these tips and find a good back pain self treatment book, you should be feeling better in no time!

 
 
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