Best Back Pain Books
Here you will get Best Back Pain Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. Treat Your Own Back
Author: by Robin McKenzie
Helping thousands of back pain sufferers worldwide, this book offers do\-it\-yourself relief of lower back pain through postural changes, ergonomics and simple exercises. It provides a clear understanding of the causes and treatments of persistent back pain. The completely revised and formatted ninth edition of the landmark patient book contains easy\-to\-read, updated content, new photos and numerous pages of education and clinically\-proven exercises utilizing the renowned McKenzie Method.
Written by Robin McKenzie.Illustrated. Softcover; 112 pages.
2. Healing Back Pain: The Mind-Body Connection
Author: by John E. Sarno MD
Dr. John E.Sarno’s groundbreaking research on TMS (Tension Myoneural Syndrome) reveals how stress and other psychological factors can cause back pain-and how you can be pain free without drugs, exercise, or surgery. Dr. Sarno’s program has helped thousands of patients find relief from chronic back conditions.
In this New York Times bestseller, Dr. Sarno teaches you how to identify stress and other psychological factors that cause back pain and demonstrates how to heal yourself-without drugs, surgery or exercise. Find out:Why self-motivated and successful people are prone to Tension Myoneural Syndrome (TMS)How anxiety and repressed anger trigger muscle spasmsHow people condition themselves to accept back pain as inevitableWith case histories and the results of in-depth mind-body research, Dr. Sarno reveals how you can recognize the emotional roots of your TMS and sever the connections between mental and physical pain…
And start recovering from back pain today.
3. Live Pain-free Eliminate Chronic Pain without Drugs or Surgery
Author: by Lee Albert NMT
Dudley Court Press
Don’t let chronic pain control you! Take charge of your health today with Live Pain-free: Eliminate Chronic Pain without Drugs or Surgery. In this book, you will quickly learn how to enjoy permanent pain relief in only a few minutes a day.
Here Neuromuscular Therapist Lee Albert shares his Integrated Positional Therapy (IPT) techniques. They have already been used by thousands of people to successfully reduce or get rid of their chronic pain. Integrated Positional Therapy was designed to eliminate pain at its root cause and not to simply hide the symptoms.
This system can help you to correct the muscle imbalances in your own body, the right way, today. With easy-to-follow instructions and illustrative photos, Live Pain-free: Eliminate Chronic Pain without Drugs or Surgery, 2nd edition delivers simple, therapeutic self-care techniques that anyone can do.
No previous experience or special equipment is necessary, and the practices are designed to fit your busy lifestyle. Many of the strengthening and stretching exercises can be done in the bed, on the couch or at the office. Live Pain-free: Eliminate Chronic Pain without Drugs or Surgery will teach you how to quickly identify the most common misalignments and get your body back into balance and back to health by using some simple techniques that you can do right now.
4. 8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back: Natural Posture Solutions for Pain in the Back, Neck, Shoulder, Hip, Knee, and Foot
Author: by Esther Gokhale
Nearly 90% of American adults suffer from back pain, and the number continues to climb. Why does this condition affect so many people in the industrialized world, while in some countries only 5% of adults report back pain? In a quest to find the root cause of back pain, Esther Gokhale studied at the Aplomb Institute in Paris and traveled to parts of the world where back pain is virtually unknown.
Her research took her to remote Burkina Faso, rural Portugal, and fishing villages in Brazil. What she learned in each of these places has changed the lives of thousands of people. Preserved in the movements of weavers, millers, and farmers in more traditional societies is ancient body wisdom that prevents pain and enhances health.
For the first time, these insights have been brought together in a step-by-step guide designed to help those suffering from back pain re-educate their bodies and regain the posture for which our bodies evolved.
5. Foundation: Redefine Your Core, Conquer Back Pain, and Move with Confidence
Author: by Eric Goodman
RADICALLY REDEFINE YOUR COREFoundation by Dr. Eric Goodman and Peter Park shifts the training focus from the front of your body to the back. By strengthening the full posterior chain and correcting poor movement patterns, you will maximize power, flexibility, and endurance and say goodbye to back pain.
6. Back in Control: A Surgeon’s Roadmap Out of Chronic Pain, 2nd Edition
Author: by Dr. David Hanscom
There is no need to spend billions of dollars looking for a cure for chronic pain. The solutions have been known for decades with many people breaking free from its grip. Unfortunately, mainstream medicine has and continued to ignore the physiological and neuroscience data that has revealed the answers.
Chronic pain is a complex neurological problem, which is, “…. An embedded memory that becomes linked with more and more life experiences, and the memory can’t be erased.” Back in Control provides a framework for you to understand the nature of chronic pain and will allow you to find your own solution based on well-established practices.
Since it is a complex problem and you are a unique human being, the one person that can solve it is you. The principles apply to chronic pain involving in any part of the body or organ system. The process evolved from the author’s own severe 15-year experience with chronic pain.
The concepts provide a context of care and connects you with other highly-regarded professionals who are pioneers in the efforts to change the pain treatment paradigm. Some of them include Dr. John Sarno, author of Mind Over Back Pain, Dr. Howard Schubiner, who wrote Unlearn Your Pain, Dr. David Burns, a Stanford psychiatrist and author of Feeling Good, Dr. Fred Luskin performed research on forgiveness at Stanford and authored Forgive for Good, David Allen who wrote a brilliant book on organizing your life, Getting Things Done, and Dr. Anthony DeMello, whose last memoirs are presented in The Way to Love, which introduces you to the healing power of awareness.
7. 7 Steps to a Pain-Free Life: How to Rapidly Relieve Back, Neck, and Shoulder Pain
Author: by Robin McKenzie
A fully revised and updated edition of the program that’s sold more than 5. 5 million copies worldwideplus a new chapter addressing shoulder pain Since the McKenzie Method was first developed in the 1960s, millions of people have successfully used it to free themselves from chronic back and neck pain.
Now, Robin McKenzie has updated his innovative program and added a new chapter on relieving shoulder pain. In 7 Steps to a Pain-Free Life, you’ll learn: Common causes of lower back, neck pain and shoulder pain The vital role discs play in back and neck health Easy exercises that alleviate pain immediatelyConsidered the treatment of choice by health care professionals throughout the world, 7 Steps to a Pain-Free Life will help you find permanent relief from back, neck, and shoulder pain.
8. Do You Really Need Spine Surgery?: Take Control With a Surgeon’s Advice
Author: by Dr. David Hanscom
Deciding whether to undergo spine surgery is one of the most important choices you will ever make. Author and spine surgeon Dr. David Hanscom has observed that in this era of corporate medicine, surgical decisions are often made quickly without a complete evaluation or attempt at non-surgical rehabilitation before proceeding.The result?
The majority of spine operations are unnecessary and many surgeries are performed on spines with normal, age-related conditions. When performed for a specific anatomical problem with matching symptoms, the outcomes are consistently satisfying. Conversely, when surgery is conducted to address pain without a clear source, the consequences can be unpredictable, with a high percent of patients faring poorly or becoming much worse (catastrophic).
A failed spinal surgery can virtually destroy one’s life. Additionally, when a patient’s nervous system is fired up from stress, results are often poor. A common cry from patients is, If I only knew how badly this could turn out, I would have never had this surgery.
9. Fixing You: Back Pain 2nd edition: Self-Treatment for Back Pain, Sciatica, Bulging and Herniated Discs, Stenosis, Degenerative Discs, and other Diagnoses.
Author: by Rick Olderman
Boone Publishing, LLC
Fixing You: Back Pain 2nd edition significantly expands upon the top-selling first edition. Rick Olderman physical therapist, personal trainer, Pilates instructor, and certified Hanna Somatics practitioner presents a new pattern of problems creating back pain: side-bending problems. Side-bending problems involve an uneven pelvis and rib cage and Olderman shows how to easily detect and fix it.
If you have pain on one side of your back or sciatic pain down one of your legs, it’s likely you have a side-bending problem. Understanding why you have pain is central to fixing your pain. Fixing You: Back Pain 2nd edition offers you more tests to help you precisely understand the causes of your pain.
To permanently fix your pain must change how you use your body. Fixing You: Back Pain 2nd edition teaches you how to sit, walk, bend over, and sleep better. These activities often harbor the most subtle yet egregious issues feeding your pain.
Often there are issues operating in the background contributing to your pain. These problems set you up for failure and pain. Find out what these issues are by visiting the Fixing You books website and downloading a free copy of Chapter 3: The Basics.
10. Back and Neck Health: Mayo Clinic Guide to Treating and Preventing Back and Neck Pain
Author: by Dr. Mohamad Bydon M.D.
The spine is one of the most important parts of the human body. And yet, studies suggest that, along with back pain, 10% to 30% of the adult population is impaired by neck pain, with seemingly minimal treatment options available. If left untreated, back and neck pain can cause chronic discomfort while sitting, standing, and performing other daily activities.
A study published in 2020 by the Journal of the American Medical Association found that low back pain and neck pain accounted for the highest amounts of spending by both private and public insurers. In fact, studies have found that back injury is the most common cause of job-related disability and is a leading contributor to missed days of work.
However, many cases of back and neck pain can go undiagnosed and undertreated, leaving the patient to suffer in silence. In the Mayo Clinic book Back and Neck Health, acclaimed neurosurgeon Mohamad Bydon, M.D., evaluates the primary back and neck conditions plaguing working adults today and identifies everyday actions that may exacerbate the pain.
11. End Everyday Pain for 50+: A 10-Minute-a-Day Program of Stretching, Strengthening and Movement to Break the Grip of Pain
Author: by Joseph Tieri
Discover simple methods that will provide you with quick relief and lasting solutions to everyday pain by fixing your body’s alignment through stretching and movement. End muscle and joint pain for good. You’ve probably heard that as you get older, you are guaranteed to have more muscle and joint pain.
That’s simply not true. These chronic ailments arise from years of decreased activity and poor posturenot aging. End Everyday Pain for 50+ presents a complete 10-minute-a-day program to correct previous damage, develop healthier joints, and stay pain free at any age.
This book’s step-by-step approach provides quick relief and lasting solutions by fixing your body’s alignment through simple stretching and movement. No matter what part of your body is hurting, End Everyday Pain for 50+ offers a treatment to heal it, including: Neck Stiffness Shoulder Bursitis Tendinitis Hip Misalignment Headaches Lower Back Pain Sciatica Meniscal Tears
12. The Younger Next Year Back Book: The Whole-Body Plan to Conquer Back Pain Forever
Author: by Chris Crowley
Workman Publishing Company
A great book for back-pain sufferers and their caregivers alike.Todd J. Albert MD, Surgeon-in-Chief and Medical Director, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York If there’s one lesson to learn from the national bestselling Younger Next Year series, it’s that we can dramatically change our quality of life by taking the right kind of care of ourselves.
This is just as true for back pain. Formulated by Dr. Jeremy Jameswhose practice has cured an astonishing 80% of patientsand #1 bestselling Younger Next Year coauthor Chris Crowley, here is a step-by-step program of simple exercises and behavioral changes that will help readers find a neutral spine, realign their core, learn healthy new ways to move in the worldand virtually eliminate back pain.
So follow Jeremy’s ruleslike #1. Stop Doing Dumb Stuff, #2. Be Still So You Can Heal, #7. Stand Tall for the Long Hailand find a lifetime of relief.
13. Resistance Band Workouts: 50 Exercises for Strength Training at Home or On the Go
Author: by Karina Inkster
Improve Your Strength and Body Composition with 3 Types of Resistance Bands! This is your one-stop-shop for anyone who wants to improve their strength and body composition without having to purchase a gym membership. Fitness coach and author Karina Inkster will teach you about the overall benefits of strength training, and resistance bands in particular.
You’ll learn how to choose resistance bands, how to use them at home with a door anchor, and how to use them safely. An overview of the 3 types of resistance bands will help readers put together their own mini gym that can fit into a small bag.
A collection of 50 resistance band exercises that work all the major muscle groups will inspire readers to createand maintaina regular strength training practice, whether they’re working out at home, outdoors, or while travelling. Once readers are familiar with the various exercise possibilities, they’ll learn how to put together their own strength programs.
14. Back RX: A 15-Minute-a-Day Yoga- and Pilates-Based Program to End Low Back Pain Fully Updated and Revised
Author: by Vijay Vad
The classic program for relieving back pain, revised and updated with the latest innovations in treating pain and maintaining mobility. Dr. Vijay Vad’s Back Rx program has helped readers with back pain, joint pain, arthritis, and related conditions for decades, using a clinically proven mind-body regimen to reduce pain and painkiller usage.
In this expanded edition, Dr. Vad explores the extraordinary innovations in managing pain to restore health and wellness not only to your back, but to your entire body. In addition to the stretches that are the touchstone of the program, Back Rx includes new information on The best overall eating regimen for back pain sufferers, including new guidance on the science of Intermittent Fasting (IF).
Exercise, including high-intensity interval training (HIIT). The use of medical marijuana and CBD oil (cannabidiol) to relieve back pain. The safest way to use over-the-counter anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs, such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen. Developments in ergonomics, from furniture to clothes.
15. Yoga for Back Pain
Author: by Loren Fishman MD
“To many of his patients [Dr. Fishman] is a miracle worker.” Jane E. Brody, New York TimesStunningly innovative…. This is the first book in which the different causes of back pain are identified and assigned appropriate yoga poses. Individuals of any age, even those unfamiliar with yoga, will be able to follow Dr. Fishman’s simple instructions.
Joan White, Iyengar Yoga National Association of the United StatesLet internationally renowned rehabilitation specialist Loren Fishman, MD, be your personal instructor for a healthier back! With down-to-earth techniques and instruction for all levels, Cure Back Pain with Yoga helps you: distinguish between the nine major causes of backache; target your source of pain through diagnosis-specific yoga poses; manage, reduce, and ultimately end your pain.
Depending on the severity and chronicity of your pain, the postures in this guide, described in detail and illustrated by photographs, will help you determine how to start your own yoga practice or alter your existing practice in order to achieve lasting comfort and strength.
16. Facial Reflexology: A Self-Care Manual
Author: by Marie-France Muller
Healing Arts Press
The first book to present the innovative Vietnamese method of facial reflexology Includes simple pressure-point massage instructions that can be self-administered and that provide immediate results Fully illustrated with easy-to-follow diagrams of 57 facial pressure points and their correspondences within the bodyIt is possible to rub certain zones of your face to relieve a backache or the beginnings of a migraine.
It is likewise possible to stop a common cold from developing in less than a minute. Facial reflexology, one of the simplest and most effective healthcare methods, provides rapid relief for many of these common ailments. Developed in 1980 by Vietnamese doctors in Ho Chi Minh City as a less invasive alternative to facial acupuncture, facial reflexology uses healing principles based on the I Ching and Buddhist teachings.
The therapy is simple enough that it can be self-administered by a beginner with immediate results and is also a valuable tool for healthcare professionals. In Facial Reflexology Marie-France Muller introduces this healing practice to the English-speaking world for the first time.