Begin With Bracing Muscles: 6 Steps To Master For Freedom From Chronic Low Back Pain

From pain medical expert Dr. Sean Wheeler, 6 steps you must know to successfully navigate your journey from chronic low back pain to pain liberation:

  1. HOW TO ISOLATE THE BRACING MUSCLES® OF YOUR SPINE
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  2. HOW TO ISOLATE THE BRACING MUSCLES OF YOUR GLUTEUSbracing muscles Back Pain Medical Authority Dr Sean Wheeler 2
  3. FEELING - AND KNOWING - THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BRACING MUSCLES AT WORK VS. ACTION MUSCLES AT WORK, AS ACTION MUSCLES COMPENSATE FOR AND 'HELP' DIMINISHED BRACING MUSCLE FUNCTIONbracing muscles Back Pain Medical Authority Dr Sean Wheeler 3
  4. WHAT GOOD POSTURE LOOKS LIKE bracing muscles Back Pain Medical Authority Dr Sean Wheeler 4
  5. HOW TO STRETCH YOUR COMPENSATING ACTION MUSCLES PROPERLY bracing muscles Back Pain Medical Authority Dr Sean Wheeler 5
  6. HOW TO STRETCH YOUR JOINTS PROPERLY bracing muscles Back Pain Medical Authority Dr Sean Wheeler 6

With guidance from your doctor and physical therapist, and similar to how a beginning guitar student gains expertise by learning the fundamentals of their guitar and how to play it, your mastery of these 6 steps serves as the basis for achieving freedom from your chronic low back pain.

It all begins with fully understanding the role of Bracing Muscles in your low back, as diminished Bracing Muscle function is where your low back pain begins and, with restored function, ends.

 

The 6 physical therapy steps described above – including the principles of 180 in 180® and Living Tune Me – are described more fully in UPRISE: Back Pain Liberation, by Tuning Your Body Guitar, by Sean Wheeler, M.D.  Dr. Wheeler is board certified in both Pain Management and Sports Medicine.  He is a medical authority on back pain.  His recently published book UPRISE is changing the way the world thinks about the cause of chronic back pain.  With a new vocabulary to aid understanding of the cause of chronic back pain, and new medical approach, Dr. Wheeler puts patients back in charge of their health to achieve liberation from their chronic pain. 

[Image credit: Architect and amateur luthierRoberto Cipriano depicting guitar bracing,  the internal reinforcement of a guitar’s top and back.]

Jun 08 2016
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