Dr Ali's Ultimate Back Book: A Unique Integrated Programme Featuring Diet, Yoga and Massage

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Vermilion, 2002 - Back - 240 pages
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'His credentials are impeccable, the results are astonishing' Daily MailBack pain is the major reason for sick leave in this country and it's reaching epidemic proportions. Dr Ali's unique integrated programme gives a fascinating new perspective on back pain and helps people to prevent and treat themselves through diet, exercise, massage and realigning posture. His approach considers the whole body and the mind, rather than treating the back by itself. As he says, 'A healthy spine depends on a healthy lifestyle'. Equally your general health can be affected by your back, so keeping it strong and supple is essential. The spine is strong but needs special care. Dr Ali's revolutionary programme includes:--massage techniques for individual muscles--yoga, Alexander Technique and Pilates--sleep positions and patterns--posture in daily life--diet and nutritionDr Ali also provides sound and helpful advice on professional manipulation, acupuncture and Ayurvedic oil massage.

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About the author (2002)

Dr Ali is an internationally reputed pioneer in the field of integrated medicine, a system of healthcare which offers a blend of conventional, complementary and traditional approaches. He studied medicine at the University of Delhi and Friendship University in Moscow. In 1991 he was appointed Head of the Department of Integrated Medicine at the Hale Clinic, and in 1997 he set up his own clinic in London, the Integrated Medical Centre.

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