Back Story: Breaking the Cycle of Chronic Pain
By Sherri A. Obermark
Publisher: Zone Four Media
Published: January 2015
Genre: Non-Fiction, Health, Holistic Health, Pain Management
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.), Kindle
For twenty years, Sherri Obermark suffered from chronic back pain. She consulted doctors, endured X-rays and MRIs, went to physical therapy, and saw chiropractors over and over again. She visited acupuncturists and sports medicine practitioners. She took up yoga, bought ergonomic chairs and mattresses, but the result was always the same–continued pain and suffering.
* Describes authors struggles and conditions
* Clearly describes connection between back pain and the mind
* Communicates method to reduce physical tension
* Detailed exercises to reduce negative emotions
* Helps sufferers healing back pain and healing sciatica
Many have speculated about back pain and the mind throughout medical history. In this chronic pain book, it is demonstrated that muscle pain chronic in nature, can be cured, which and take the sufferer out of chronic pain management mode, and can return them to a normal pain-free life. In addition to relief from low back pain, hip pain, knee pain and ankle pain, this method can also provide sciatica pain relief.
Obermark isn’t alone. Millions of people live with chronic back, shoulder, and muscle pain despite the best efforts of the medical community. Yet today, Obermark’s pain is gone. Not just under control–completely cured.
Obermark achieved this near-miraculous feat through mind-body synergy, the powerful interaction between physical health and the brain. After learning of the connection between emotional stress and physical ailments, Obermark developed a simple, noninvasive method for curing chronic musculoskeletal pain–no doctors or physical therapists required.
Back Story reveals her simple solution to the back pain she’d endured for so many years, shared in the hope that others will be freed from their chronic pain. Of course, each case is different; but don’t you owe it to yourself to try? Because everyone deserves a chance at a pain-free life.