The Ultimate Guide for Low Back Pain: Mend your body support

1 Jun , 2018  

  • You should have basic English language skills
  • You should have enthusiasm to learn about the topic
  • A piece of paper to write on or print a copy of the lecture resources, in addition to a pencil/pen
  • Don’t hesitate to pause the video and search for any word meaning, the whole course got English subtitles to make it easier to understand and to look for the meaning of any word
  • It’s recommended to use headphones for better experience and clearer voice

Low back pain is that pain experienced in the lower back region.

Approximately 85% of the entire population will experience back pain at some stage of their lives, 30s, 40s and 50s are the most common ages to have it with the average age being 45 years. Moreover, it leads to medical costs that exceed $38 billion per year.

Your life may be full with activates and habits that increases the likelihood of developing low back pain or make it worse if you already have it.

Causes of low back pain range from simple non-concerning things to serious life threatening conditions,,, but how to know? Should you seek medical help? Or be assured it will go away by its own?

What will the doctor ask you and why? and What are the different tests he/she will order  ?

And most important… what can you do to treat your back pain? Change your lifestyle, at work? Sleeping? Diet? Certain exercise to do?  Should you take mediations? Or maybe try other different things that are said to be miraculous on that read about that day.

You will find answers to all of these questions and more in this course:

The Ultimate Guide for Low Back Pain: Mend your body support

Important note : All the scientific material presented in this course is the result of extensive exhausting long hours of illustration and simplification of low back pain chapters from many medical textbooks and websites.

Who is the target audience?
  • People who struggle with low back pain of any type
  • Anyone who got a beloved one suffering from low back pain, and want to give every possible help
  • Medical field workers (medical students, nurses, nutritionists, pharmacists etc) who would like to gain a whole complete picture about low back pain

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