X-Back Pain Suffer Reveals What Really Works For Pain Relief From Herniated Discs

You just left your doctor’s office with your MRI results describing in terminology you can’t understand that you have multiple disc herniations and mild degeneration. 

All you’ve been given are some painkillers, a slap on the back, and a “build a stronger core” suggestion from your doctor. 

You’ve been dealing with this pain for months now, and nothing you seem to be given for relief actually works.

If this is you, you’re not alone. In fact, this is the same response I got after my ruptured disc diagnosis. 

The truth is, the relief you get is YOUR responsibility, not your doctors, not your Chiro’s or PT’s, YOURS.

This means you have to make sure that you’re being fed the right information that you can take action on and see results right away. 

That’s exactly what I want to do for you today! 

Today you’ll discover: 

  • The #1 thing that keeps pain from herniated and bulging discs coming back
  • The best advice I was NEVER GIVEN after my ruptured disc diagnosis
  • If I still lived with chronic pain these would be my exact steps to gain control over my symptoms
  • And more!

What's The Fastest Way To Heal A Herniated Disc?

The truth is medication and rest are NOT the best way. 

Despite what your doctor may have told you. 

What I know to be true is you first have to eliminate the activities and movement habits that are provoking your pain. This will calm down the symptoms and give you a better idea of what is going on and where your attention needs to be placed. 

From there you need to start feeding yourself more of the opposite type of movement.

In most cases (not all) bending over or flexing the spine creates symptoms so the best thing to do is bend the opposite way below your pain tolerance and build up over time. 

Over time as symptoms decrease you have to start building resilience in the tissues surrounding your spine and confidence in your body. You do this by strength training.

Simply put, this is the skeleton of the fastest route out of pain.

There a lot of ins and outs to this process so if you need help email me at william@fitness4backpain.com

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