Tag Archives: back pain
Pain is defined in medicine as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage. Pain is the sensation that warns us that damage to our bodies is occurring. … Read more
Back pain is one of humanity’s most frequent complaints and does not usually reflect any underlying disease. However, anyone with back pain should first consult a Physician, as back pain can sometimes indicate significant and serious conditions which might not otherwise be diagnosed. … Read more
Ninety percent of the time, low back pain comes from one or more of only six muscles. Using the ‘spray and stretch’ technique, muscle pain in the low back can be completely eliminated. The pain relief can be almost instant. … Read more
Microtrauma is the general term given to small injuries to the body. Microtrauma can include the microtearing of muscle fibre, the sheath around the muscle and the connecting tissue. It can also include stress to the tendons. … Read more
Because of its location in the pelvis the Iliopsoas muscle often gets compressed by the baby during the third trimester of pregnancy, causing really nasty backache for the expectant mother.
In 2005 I decided to take a look at Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) after seeing a write-up In Dr Mercola’s newsletter.
On visiting the official EFT website, I read about all the miraculous results practitioners from around the world were supposedly achieving with everything from minor trauma right up to serious diseases. … Read more
Lumbago is a symptom which may be defined as a mid to lower back pain which may extend to the buttocks, thigh(s) and leg(s) in either a uni- or bi- lateral fashion (if/when the lower limb is involved the symptom is termed sciatica rather than lumbago). … Read more