I made the decision over 8 years ago that I was not going to live by my physician's suggestions. After my ruptured disc diagnosis, I spent the next 6 years of my life researching and experimenting on my own body in search of a cure for my chronic back pain. Through nutrition, mobility, exercise and lifestyle design I have been able to make drastic changes to my chronic pain. Now I use my 10+ years as a leader in the health and fitness industry along with my personal journey of pain management to give you exactly what you need to find freedom yourself.
"Again amazing video, I save all your emails in a folder! Seriously you are one of the very few people who get the cause of back pain for most of us with sedentary lifestyles!
Since following your guide, working with a good physio and strengthening my core, my pain has greatly reduced after 1.5 years of suffering."
"I absolutely love your website and videos. I have McGill’s books and have read innumerable online articles re back pain, but your descriptions, explanations and videos really hit it home with me. Thanks to you, I am on the road to healing after 2+ years of lower back pain. Thank you for such informative articles; not too long or overly complex and not too simplified either. Just right!"
"The first time I mashed the QL muscles with a field hockey ball and followed it up with the stretch in the door frame, it was like oiling a creaky door– it was almost instant relief. Since then, over the past month, I have continued to do the exercises and stretches on your site and they have helped so much. The other pose I do to “unstick” my back is the “happy baby” yoga stretch…that one in combination with these QL stretches have pretty much solved the back issues that have plagued me for years. So, thank you so much for this post."
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