Beat Back Pain: Smart and Simple Ways to Ease the Strain

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Penguin, 2008 - Health & Fitness - 237 pages
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People often learn to live with back pain, suffering through the day with just some aspirin to get by. Chances are they’ve tried every supposed remedy out there—yet still find simple tasks like putting away the groceries or getting out of the car to be an ordeal. With proven techniques and clever tricks, Beat Back Painhelps sufferers understand what triggers their problems—and how to alleviate them to live pain-free.
 

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Contents

Lesson 1its in the works
1
Lesson 2dont panic
5
Help yourself
9
Hold your head up high
15
Ergonomicspure science
19
Ooh you dont want to do that
23
Keeping active
27
Home goals
31
The big issue
127
Say yes
131
Back to work
135
Not tonight darlingI have a backache
139
Hurt so bad
143
At the cutting edge
147
Moving forward
151
Relief on the inside life on the outside
155

Full scream ahead
35
Some like it hot
41
Take a stand or sit tight
45
Whats the alternative?
51
Hands on
57
Strike a pose
63
Ahead by a nose
67
Hang in there
71
Its electric
75
Lie down and take it
79
A jab well done
85
At the core of the matter
89
Little and large
93
Find your roots
99
Your sparking zones
105
Just a suggestion
109
Lets put you in the picture
113
Get a life
117
Stress buster
121
Why not have an Xray?
159
Things arent what they used to be
163
Help me make it through the night
167
Give it a break
171
A day in your life
175
Everythings coming up roses
179
Driving force
183
Moms the word
187
Wish you were there
193
Listening in
197
Play it safe at home
201
Play it safe at work
205
Trick or treat?
209
Out of work
215
Living as a different you
219
Occupational hazards
223
Nothing is beyond your
229
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Ruth Chambers, M.D., has been practicing and teaching medicine for more than 20 years.

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