Taking A Look At The Lose The Back Pain System

Published: 04th August 2009
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Dr. Robert V. Duvall, Jesse Cannone and Steve Heffernon of The Healthy Back Institute have been working diligently for 10 years to understand the root causes of back pain. They found that, often times, the problem was that patients were referred to treatments aimed at helping the symptoms, rather than the cause.

It's like taking an aspirin for a headache: it will help mitigate the discomfort for the time being, but will not prevent future headaches from returning. "Back pain does not happen overnight," they argue. "The reason you have it is because your body and spine have been pulled out of their normal position and into what we call dysfunctions. If you are like most people, you move around and live your life without ever being aware that you are forcing your body to work with these dysfunctions, and sooner or later your body breaks down." With The Lose The Back Pain System, they hope to educate sufferers of this discomfort to find real cures.

For the $97 price tag, you'll receive 2 Lose the Back Pain DVDs, 3 Lose the Back Pain Audio CDs, a 117-page Lose the Back Pain Reference Manual, a personal Lose the Back Pain Workbook, unlimited customer support and the Lessons from Miracle Doctors Ebook. The Lose The Back Pain System was written by three medical specialists: Jesse Cannone, a Fitness Expert and Post Rehab Specialist; Steve Hefferon, a Sports Massage Therapist; and Dr. Robert V. Duvall, a Doctor of Physical Therapy, a Master of Physical Therapy, a certified Athletic Trainer and Master Golf Fitness Instructor.

Their system will help you identify the cause, treat the symptoms and furthermore, treat the cause and condition. This system goes beyond the generic stretching instructions offered by doctors. The program consists of self-identifying tests to help you determine the root of your problem and a personalized self-treatment plan.

The best thing about The Lose The Back Pain System is that you can start off with a free guide to see if the program is for you. All things considered, paying $97 for straight-forward scientific information and personalized treatment solutions for this discomfort, with round-the-clock support, is not a bad deal.

Most of the sufferers in the testimonials mention chronic back pain that has spanned decades, excruciating sciatica, herniated discs and disabling pain; so this system is a good place to start if you've been feeling dissatisfied with your doctors' rushed explanations and recommendations. If you'd like to investigate some of the self-help products available for this discomfort, this system can also help you identify which types would work best for your specific condition. And if you don't know what your root cause or condition is, then the self-help tests can assist you in ascertaining this as well.

The down side of The Lose The Back Pain System is that it sounds too good to be true. Is this just another over-hyped series of books and DVDs mass-marketed to an eager audience (like "The Secret" or the Atkins Diet)?

If you have seemingly tried everything and are at your wit's end, then you might appreciate the customer service offered by their support staff and the ability to gather new information. Yet much of this information seems to be lacking proven scientific evidence, some reviewers caution, and many of the testimonials seem to be written by sales copywriting professionals. Exercise caution before resting all your hopes on this system, and you'd be well-served to try out the free guide before you buy the full deal.

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