Complete Online Back Pain Course
…in simple bite-sized chunks
Do you want to finally be free from back pain?
Since 2004 I’ve helped 1000’s of patients to do that.
And I’ve learned that beating long-term back pain usually means doing something differently.
But there’s a lot of well-meaning and conflicting advice around back pain.
So, to take the guesswork out of it, everything you need to know is right here in this course.
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What's in the course?
Simple step-by-step program
in 6 sections:
Important stuff you need to know, what back pain ‘type’ you have, and when to definitely see your doctor.
Fast natural pain relief, how to use painkillers safely & effectively, and pain-relieving exercises you can try today.
3. REMOVE the obstacles
The best sitting and sleeping positions, and how to ensure daily activities don’t keep hurting your back.
The best core exercises and how to do them properly, plus advanced movements, and which exercises to avoid.
5. ADVANCED knowledge
Foods that heal and harm, how to stop stress derailing your progress, and what to do if one leg is a bit longer than the other.
6. Getting the right HELP
What the different professionals do and how to find a good one, the role of x-rays/MRI, and where to go next.
Who is this course for?
Maybe you don’t want to live on painkillers anymore.
Or you’re stuck on a long waiting list for physio or to see a specialist (or perhaps you’ve been there already).
You could have tried different things like chiropractic or osteopathy, but the results didn’t last, or you felt even worse.
You’ve probably heard conflicting advice from well-meaning family, friends and forums.
And understandably, you might be getting frustrated.
I know because I see it all the time.
As a doctor of chiropractic, most people who come to see me have tried all sorts of things. Some have nearly given up.
A lot of the time I’m their ‘last resort’, or someone talked them into it.
And I’ve been there myself.
I injured my back doing karate when I was 16, got sciatica all down my left leg and couldn’t walk properly for 6 months.
That’s when I discovered chiropractic and physio. But I still had to learn for myself how to stay pain-free.
So I went to university to study the science of backs, graduating as a chiropractor in 2004.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s this: The people who get better are open to doing something differently.