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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.

Fibromyalgia Self Treatment Book

Science has not yet determined the exact cause of fibromyalgia, but thousands of people suffer from it every year. Different treatments work for different people and a good fibromyalgia self treatment book can make all the difference when you’re suffering from painful symptoms. Here are a few tips for treating fibromyalgia.

Massage therapy. A good massage therapist can customize a massage for your personal level of comfort. This will help ease your pain and muscle tension. Basically, you’re in so much pain you forget to relax. You don’t necessarily have to find a licensed professional, though. You may be able to teach a loved one to massage you in the morning or before you go to bed so you learn how to relax again.

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Acupuncture. Acupuncture is traditional Chinese medicine that uses small needles to free up energy within your body. This treatment doesn’t work for everyone, but can be highly effective for treating some severe cases of fibromyalgia.

Exercise and lifestyle changes. If you a find a good fibromyalgia self treatment book, you will find good tips for changing your diet and lifestyle to help make your pain dissipate.

You need to start out slowly and work your way up to more vigorous exercises. A change in diet can also make a drastic difference in the amount of pain you feel each day when you wake up in the morning.

 
 
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