The pain relieving expert gives the all-clear: Pain in the lumbar spine always makes everyday life a mess? Dull nerve pain radiating into the legs, a pulling pain in the buttocks? Breathe deeply. I’m here.
Well I suppose there is a problem inside you. Otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this article. Right, so far? Then let’s get started.The doctor diagnoses: pain in the lumbar spine. This is the so-called sacroiliac joint syndrome or “SJS” for short.
This diagnosis is very unspecific, because a lot of complaints are summarised under one term. The person affected is usually only interested in 2 points, or maybe 3 points:
1) How can I get rid of it?
2) Where does it come from?
3) What can I do to prevent it from coming back?
Often the pain first becomes noticeable through a wrong movement, sitting for a long time or a classic misstep or incorrect strain. Once the pain is there, in many cases it returns regularly or in some cases does not go away at all. What usually happens then is the urgent search for a solution in combination with a conscious or unconscious protective posture to avoid triggering the pain.
Anyone who has ever had complaints in this area will know that this can take time. And if a solution is in sight, how long is this treatment successful? I mean, how long does it last before the pain returns? And how much money has been spent on these little breaks? In the last 5 years? 1000, 2000€? More? Is this a long-term concept? I assume, it isn´t.
Due to all the sitting in offices, in the car, in front of the TV or computer, our front body structures, muscles and fasciae, are getting shorter and shorter and are increasingly under tension. What happens in the body as a result? Too much tension at the back creates pressure and counter-reactions exactly where the SJS is located. Then the body would not do that, the shortening in the front would pull the upper body further and further forward. The upright posture would no longer be possible. Right? That’s why the back is constantly straining against it.
Ah yes, I can exercise my back. That’s supposed to help. Really? How is that supposed to work? The back is already under constant tension. And now I’m exercising it. What happens to a muscle that is exercised? It tightens even more, right? And muscles that are exercised have a tendency to shorten. Doesn’t that make it worse? Hell, yeah. Well, of course it will.
How about “lengthening” the shortened front side again? Then the back wouldn’t have to work against the shortening. Does that make sense?The question then is – how quickly does it work and how quickly are the results visible? Would you believe me if I told you that a 50% reduction is possible within one session?
I have been looking for a solution for years. And this guy is talking about one session and 50% less pain.
Yes. I do.
Still sceptical? Call me, describe the problem and get a first impression. The rest is up to you.
Many success on your path.
See you next time.