the intellectual posture a 4 step formula to combat back pain with your mind

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  • HOW THE FEAR OF PAIN KEEPS THE PAIN
  • HOW TO KEEP THE PAIN FROM RETURNING BY ACCEPTING YOUR THOUGHTS

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The 5 Best Inversion Tables for Tall Persons

Inversion therapy holds the theory that by shifting the body’s gravity upside down, the pressure at the back eases off while counteracting the pain on the back or spine.

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The 5 Best Memory Foam Mattresses For A Good Night’s Sleep

A good night’s sleep sometimes depends on the quality of the bed we’re sleeping on, and choosing one with a great quality isn’t always as simple as we thought it would be.

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The 5 Best TENS Machines for Sciatica and Fibromyalgia

TENS Machines has truly hit the market of rehabilitation equipment with a storm. And no one can really complain. TENS stands for “Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation” and is claimed to be a non-invasive and drug-free method for pain relief.

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About Misterback.com

I am a 26-year-old student that has a bachelors degree in Kinesiology, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and currently studying the Ph.D. Physical Therapy program. My main focuses have been on back-related issues and I have both worked with the rehabilitation of sciatica as well as with other types of injuries.

This site mainly started out as a blog in which I worked on with different kinds of topics that caught my interest. As time went by some readers were requesting me to do articles on a certain topic, so naturally, I did. I then developed the site to add a product based side to the website for people who were in need of products to help them with their needs.

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Ultimate Guide to Back Pain Relief Products [And Do They Actually Work?]

We’ve taken a look at the different types of back pain relief products currently on the market, assessed user reviews, and checked the medical research to see if the products are proven to work. Take a look!

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How to Fix Lower Back Pain at Home [5 Exercises + 5 Stretches]

Here are 5 back stretches and 5 exercises most commonly prescribed by physical therapist to help alleviate lower back pain.

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11 Great Kitchen Tools for Someone Suffering from Chronic Pain

Spending time in the kitchen is inevitable, no matter who you are, and since chronic illness can come in many shapes and forms, I take a very general approach in these picks and some might benefit others more than others. I will try to list both cheap and some more high-end products.

The Correct Placement for Your TENS Machines Electrode Pads

An essential part of reaching the benefits of using a TENS machine is to know the correct placement of the pads. This is because the electrical current need to be both connected to the injured area as well as between the pads in order to “triangulate” the area.