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3 Weeks to a Better Back: Solutions for Healing the Structural, Nutritional, and Emotional Causes of Back Pain. Todd Sinett. East End (Midpoint. 3 Weeks to a Better Back offers a simple three-pronged, three week approach to treating back pain. Dr. Sinett helps you figure out what kind of. Editorial Reviews. Review. Chiropractor Sinett offers a clearly written guide to his profession's perspective on relieving back pain. His version of this approach.
|Published:||22 December 2016|
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Sinett is helping back pain sufferers address the underlying cause of their pain and live healthier, happier lives. Sinett sets himself apart from others in his field by listening to the whole body.
By getting a patient into balance and by treating individuals on three different levels — Structural muscles and bonesChemical diet and nutrition and Emotional everyday stress — is when the patient responds the best.
Three Weeks to a Better Back offers a simple three-pronged, three week approach to treating back pain. Sinett helps you figure out what kind of back pain sufferer you are and determines 3 weeks to a better back source of your pain through his Back Pain Inflammation quiz, allowing you to arrive at a proper diagnosis.
He then provides you with easy-to-follow tools for a customized treatment plan, including stretches, ergonomics and structural care for all parts of the body, as well as a No More Back Pain Diet featuring delicious recipes and Enerchi techniques to help you cope with both daily and chronic stressors and negative emotions.
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A problem in one area therefore almost always affects the back. An inflamed stomach, for instance, radiates pain into the back. Sitting on your wallet throws off your hips, which compromises the spine.
Stress lives in the muscles of the jaw, neck and shoulders, creating tension and tightness in the back. Emotions work similarly, says Sinett, and he offers some commonsense advice for balancing emotional responses and takes a peek at more controversial methods like tapping and biofeedback.
Reviewed by Sheila M. Trask Fall Disclosure: