Men & Women Struggling with Lower Back Pain...
How I Reversed My Severe Low Back Pain, in Only 3 Weeks, Without Surgery, Physical Therapy or Pain Pills
Read on to discover my secret...
Hi, I'm Morgan and I know this might sound hard to believe at first, but I'm about to show you how to reverse severe low back pain in just 3 weeks whether it's caused by a muscle strain, a bulging or herniated disc or decades of bad posture...
Simply by doing a series of highly targeted exercises.
You could be able to stand up from a seated position without your back stiffening up and going into spasm.
You could be able to bend over and tie your shoes without throwing your back out.
You could be able to take a leisurely walk without limping around in agony.
You could even lie down in bed and finally get a good night's sleep without feeling that dull, aching pain in your lower back.
When you start incorporating these highly targeted exercises into your daily routine, you won't have to worry about those kind problems anymore!
It doesn't matter if you don't have access to a fancy gym or exercise equipment.
It doesn't matter if you have a busy schedule and the idea of carving out personal time is something of a luxury.
It doesn't matter if you have limited space to move around in.
It doesn't even matter if you feel like you've honestly tried everything to fix your back pain, yet nothing has worked until now...
No matter what situation you're in right now, this is the answer you've been searching for...
This exercise routine works even if you have degenerative disc disease, sciatica pain, SI joint pain, and bulging or herniated discs.
Some people like to use these exercises as a means of avoiding back pain all together even if they just get that occasional back strain or spasm.
And some people find these exercises work perfectly in conjunction with a regular massage, acupuncture, or chiropractic routine.
You're probably thinking by now that this sounds too good to be true and I wouldn't have believed it either...
if I hadn't done these specific exercises and experienced the back pain relief for myself.
I never imagined I’d ever get back pain, but it was a scorching hot July day and somebody had to lug that 60-pound Friedrich air conditioner up a flight of stairs.
That somebody was me, and I threw my back out in the process.
The pain started as a sharp pain in my left, upper hip region, and when I went to sleep, I felt a burning sensation in my lower spine.
It was a horrible beginning to my summer, even though I did have cool air for my family, as a result of my labors.
I had to limp around, and it took everything in me to not walk with a grimace, moaning and groaning in agony.
I couldn’t stop moving, because my work kept me on my feet all day. It also didn’t help that I had a long commute.
Instead of being overjoyed by the enthusiastic greetings of my kids when I arrived home, I would dodge their hugs and collapse on the floor in agony.
But what really did me in was taking my family to the beach right after the initial back injury.
I dropped them off at the beach entrance with half the beach gear and then parked.
I then had to walk about a mile uphill, lugging the remaining beach gear. I could feel my lower back twinge, as I suffered my way up the hill.
Not being the pill-popping type, I refused to take a muscle relaxant.
So, instead I took two doses of 200 milligrams of ibuprofen.
It didn’t make a dent in the pain or help me get a good night’s sleep.
My lower back and hip were in bad shape. I needed to take action and get help fast.
As a professional massage therapist, I had witnessed the effectiveness of deep-tissue massage on lower back pain.
Unfortunately, I was leery that even a skilled massage therapist could help me relieve the pain, because the therapist has to be extra cautious to avoid massaging directly over the injured muscles.
I didn’t want to make things worse...
A colleague referred me to a well-known orthopedic acupuncturist, who works with a number of prominent physical therapists.
Regrettably, that didn’t do the trick, and I limped away feeling frustrated, because the pain was still there.
I started to get nervous.
Dark, depressing thoughts clouded my mind with “what if” scenarios, like what if I’ve truly damaged my back and won’t be able to provide for my family.
But I needed to shake these negative thoughts out of my head, if not for me, then for the sake of my wife and kids.
Since the days were longer, we took after-dinner walks at a nearby recreation center, which had a soccer field and a track.
My wife power walked away, pushing our two year old in the stroller, as I slowly hobbled at a snail’s pace.
I felt embarrassed, as if I had aged 30 years, and had stressful thoughts of what if I can’t work, what if it’s really something that needs surgery.
I couldn’t see a silver lining.
A dark cloud of despair followed me around the track as I dragged my body—I was a sorry sight.
Sitting began bothering me, and walking on hard floors REALLY bothered me.
I could feel the pain in my hip joints and hot burning pain at the base of my lower back. I was living a nightmare and I knew it was time to see my doctor.
Miraculously, I was able to get an appointment right away. What he shared with me changed the course of my back pain for the better.
My doctor, who happened to be a doctor of osteopathic medicine (DO), assessed my back and ruled out disc herniation, because there was no leg weakness and sensory loss (phew!).
It wasn’t sciatica, because there wasn’t any radiating pain down my leg.
I was diagnosed as having lumbar disc disease, which sounds scary, but in layman terms means nonspecific or mechanical low back pain.
My back felt worse with flexion or forward bending and felt better with extension.
He performed a 3-second technique a couple of times and then asked me to walk across the room.
The pain in my left hip had considerably decreased but was still there.
He told me that within a week or so I should be feeling a lot less pain and recommended a number of stretches and lumbar stabilization/core strengthening exercises.
I immediately took action and practiced all the exercises he recommended at least one to two times per day.
What happened next blew my mind...
Within three weeks of my doctor’s visit, I was pain free and my back was stronger.
After my lower back pain had vanished, I made it my mission to share these back pain relief secrets with my massage clients who suffered from acute and chronic back pain.
But first, I promised myself 3 things.
If I was going to do this, then I vowed to make the exercise routine...
1) Easy to use, with clearly described illustrations to complement each exercise.
2) Fast working and safe - so you could expect similar results as I had in just 3 weeks without re-injuring your back.
3) Tested and proven to work, so nobody could fail to relieve and avoid future episodes of back pain.
So, that's what I did.
And now after roughly 9 months of hard work, I'm so excited to finally introduce you to my 21-Day exercise routine that anyone can use to eliminate low back pain, reverse bad posture and get better sleep...
I call it the Low Back Pain Survival Guide.
I put so much time and effort into this so you virtually can't fail, just let me take you by the hand and guide you through everything you need to know step by step.
When back pain strikes, it can ruin your life.
Reaching for opiates as a quick fix can be ineffective and even dangerous for your health.
I’ve done the hard work of finding all the best core strengthening exercises and back pain relief stretches, so you don’t need to waste hours scouring the Internet looking for which exercises work best.
Now, if you think you have a herniated disc, then you should consult your doctor first before starting a rehab-style exercise program.
But for regular back pain, I have a routine just for you, and if you have sciatica, I also have a specific routine for you.
- You don’t need a fancy gym to do these exercises.
- You don’t need to trek across town to see a physical therapist two or three times per week.
- You don’t need to buy any costly back pain relief machines.
- You don’t need to purchase an ergonomic chair or special shoe inserts.
- You don’t need to wear a Velcro back belt. Those don’t work!
All you need is a mat or comfortable surface (not a bed), such as a rug or carpet, and that’s it.
In addition, you need the determination and willpower to do the exercises.
I did them every day for 21 days, and BOOM—my back pain vanished, and I felt stronger and walked faster than I did before.
I remember the day when I stopped limping around the track and could actually race my speedy six year old.
I had to slow myself down to let him win, and when I stopped, my back felt fine. Fine!
My back pain became just a distant memory, but I had this vibrant enthusiasm to share these exercise routines with anyone I knew who had back pain, so they could obtain the relief that I had.
What I kept coming across with many of my back pain clients was TIME.
They said they didn’t have the time to do a 25- or 30-minute routine every day. Ok, I get that. I made the time for myself with two kids, a busy work week, 90 minutes a day of commuting in the car.
Hey, if I can make that time, you can too.
Feeling good, feeling healthy, is important. It’s essential that we feel our best to make the most of every day. Let me show you how to do that!
So, are you ready to get rid of your low back pain?
Are you ready to make your back stronger so you can avoid future back injuries?
I think because you're still here reading right now, you know the answer is YES.
Just Click the Add to Cart button below to grab a copy of the Low Back Pain Survival Guide.
Special price: $29.95
In this clearly illustrated ebook, you will learn...
- Nine common back pain myths
- Four most common causes of back pain
- How to stand correctly in six moves
- How to sit correctly in eight moves
- A 21-day, 21-exercises, 30 minutes-or-less routine
- Five steps to a flat belly
- Six foam rolling moves to conquer back pain
- Ninety-second, tennis-ball method for low back pain relief
- Six-minute emergency treatment that’s safe for herniated and bulging discs
- Seven exercises to prevent future back spasms and herniated discs
- Seven resistance band exercises for low back pain
- The right way to sleep if you have low back pain
- Four moves to do before you roll out of bed
This is an amazing exercise routine that will show you how to quickly achieve lower back pain relief, and experience pain-free sleep as soon as tonight!
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You can take up to 60 days. Practice all 21 exercises plus go through all the bonus material.
Try it all out…
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If you’re not satisfied for any reason, all you need to do is request a refund and your money will be refunded promptly… no questions asked.
So, are you ready to finally relieve your low back pain, strengthen and protect your back from future back spasms and be able to roll out of bed completely pain-free?
Are you ready to get better and improve the quality of your life?
Just click the Add to Cart button below to grab a copy of the Low Back Pain Survival Guide.
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I wish you well on your journey to a pain-free back!
Morgan Sutherland, L.M.T.
Former Back Pain Sufferer
Founder, Low Back Pain Survival Guide
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