Suffering From Decades Of Chronic Pain

how to end your back painYears Of Chronic Pain

If you’ve been suffering from years of chronic pain, there’s now a solution to your pain. Spine pain, back pain and chronic pain can have a big affect on how we live our lives. If you’ve been dealing with chronic back pain for years, I’m sure you know the feeling. Believe me, I know how you feel and I know it’s no way to live. Before I tell you my story, I want you to know that I can end your chronic pain for good. Even better, I can end your spine pain or back pain naturally. Take the time to read this article and if you suffer from these types of pain, you’ll know I’m true to what I say.

Chronic Back Pain Beginning

My journey with chronic back pain began when I was in middle school.  I developed a condition known as Osgood-Schlatter Disease in both of my knees. It’s caused by repetitive stress on the tendon of the knee cap, that attaches to the thigh muscles and the shin bone.  This repetitive stress causes multiple small fractures of the shin bone, along with chronic inflammation.  Otherwise known as “Growing Pains.” It made life hard on me growing up. Little did I know, this was only the beginning.

Despite my pain, I had a passion for sports growing up. I was obsessed with exercise and fitness. As a young kid in constant pain, I thought exercise would help the pain go away. Rather then it helping, it only made my pain worse. I tried telling my coaches about my pain, I tried telling friends and my family. No one believed me. They would blame me and tell my I need to exercise more. I was already exercising year round, as much as my pain would let me that is. Little did I know, I would be blamed for years to come.

10 Decades Of Chronic Back Pain

I dealt with the pain for 10+ years. It was tough on me, especially as a child and teenager. I’m thankful for the pain in a sense because it’s the exact reason that I chose to become a doctor. I suffered from spine pain, lower back pain, upper back pain, knee pain and neck pain. I was in rough shape. The hardest part of the ordeal was the fact that every doctor I saw gave me the same answers. Perhaps it’s in my head, there’s nothing I can do for you. Imagine that. I can guarantee you’ve heard the same comments. See, I know how you feel. Suffering from chronic pain everyday, for years and years. No one deserves to be in constant pain. If you’re in pain, you’re in pain.

I chose to be a doctor because I was committed to finding a solution to my back pain. My spine pain, knee pain, I just couldn’t deal with anymore. I tried everything, surgery, therapy, medication. I couldn’t end my chronic pain. I could dull the chronic pain, but it always returned. I became a doctor and I ran test after test. After years of hard work, dedication and studies, I was finally able to create a pain relief system that took my pain away. Imagine my relief, my 10+ year journey finally to an end. I continued to use the system and it has completely took my chronic pain away. No more spine pain, back pain, it was finally over.

Natural Chronic Back Pain Treatment

For the last few years, I’ve been using the Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems on all of my patients. I hear their stories and I know exactly what their going through, I know what you are going through. Dealing with chronic pain and back pain is hard, pain management just don’t cut it. If you’re not there yet, one of these days you’re not going to be able to deal with the pain. Most chronic pain and back pain gets worse when left untreated. If you have chronic pain, spine pain or back pain, my pain relief system will end your pain for good. It’s a proven pain relief system and it will help you end your pain forever Imagine having your life back, having the ability to play with your children again. You’ll have the opportunity to wake up and fall asleep pain free.

How can I end my chronic pain and back pain? All you have to do is go to the top right of this page and sign up for my free pain relief webinar. That’s all you have to do. Sign up and pick a scheduled time that works best with your schedule. It takes a few seconds and you’ll be on your way to ending your chronic pain. My webinar will teach you everything you need to know to end your back pain for good. You’ll never have to suffer from pain again. You have nothing to lose, only a few minutes of your time. No more having doctors telling you that your pain is in your head. No more money out for doctor visits, medication and therapy. If anything, you’ll save thousands a years and be pain free. I’ve been in your shoes, I suffered from chronic pain and spine pain nearly all of my life. I was fortunate enough to develop this pain relief system and now I want to help you. Thanks for taking the time to hear my story and I’m so glad that you’ll never suffer from pain anymore.

Immediate Pain Relief For Your Spine And Back

Spine Pain And Back Pain

Spine pain and back pain can make the simplest of task difficult. If your spine pain and back pain has been prolonged, he affects can be that much worse. Men and women deal with pain in a variety of different ways. Some people have tried physical therapy, exercise, acupuncture or narcotics. Each one of these pain relief techniques has pros and cons. Although these pain relief methods are effective, most of them are only temporary solutions. Point is, although these pain relief techniques work, your spine and back pain is guaranteed to return. If your pain is reoccurring, it’s really not a benefit to you.

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At this moment, there’s very few pain relief systems that completely take your back pain away. Some pain management systems are out there, but they only manage your pain. The pain relief systems on the market only “claim” to completely take your pain away. How do you know which pain relief systems are legit? Take their word for it? I wouldn’t expect you too. Some pain relief products claim to take your pain away but they also involve medication that must be took for a long period of time. I don’t want to have back pain but I don’t want to have to rely on medication also. I want a pain relief systems that ends my pain for good and has natural pain relief remedies.

Until now, there’s never been a proven back pain relief system that can stand against the toughest critics of the industry. We haven’t seen a pain relief system that shows extraordinary promise in results and testing. The pain system that we’re introducing to you has been a proven pain relief system for years. Our studies show that patients who were suffering from spinal injuries and back pain saw immediate relief. Patients who suffered from chronic pain for years no longer have back pain. Patients who were limited by their back pain are now able to move around like never before. And now, this very same chronic pain relief system is being offered to you.

 

Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems

The Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems is a medical breakthrough and a natural pain relief system that eliminates back pain for good. I know exactly how it feels to be in severe pain. I know how it feels to deal with pain everyday of your life. It’s terrible. These were some of the hardest years of my life. As I became older, the pain would get worse. I couldn’t deal with it anymore. I tried everything to take the pain away and nothing helped. As I aged, life brought me more pain. I was diagnosed with Osgood-Schlatter Disease and Achilles Tendonitis. I was in multiple car wrecks, suffered from multiple back injuries and this only begins to describe my pain. Due to all of this, I lived in pain daily for years.

Doctor Jason Hurst

That’s what most people would consider to be the starting point of my journey to find the answers of how to deal with chronic pain.  But I actually believe that my journey began when I was that young boy in Middle School who developed Osgood-Schlatter Disease.  You see… I never liked it when someone told me that I couldn’t do something, or that something was my fault when I didn’t believe it was.  So for me, the time when I really began questioning the health care system was when the doctors and my coaches had no answers for me other than just to blame me for my injuries.

To me that was just a cop-out, and I guess subconsciously, the accumulation of these incidents over the years are what finally drove me to search for the answers on my own.  I got tired of letting other people tell me what they thought was my problem, without giving any real solution… and so I decided to find out how to fix my problems on my own. All of this was the reason I created the Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems and now I’m offering it to you.

 

 

Lower Back Pain Treatments

 

Walking Makes Back Pain Worse!

Yes, walking can make your back pain worse.  Many doctors will recommend that you walk regularly to alleviate your back pain, but for certain conditions walking will only hurt you more.  Let me explain…

If you’re experiencing Sciatica then every time you step forward with the affected leg, you’re stretching the sciatic nerve which will only inflame your condition.  Walking will get the muscles to loosen up some, but after you are finished with your exercise then the inflammation sets in and you’ll feel worse later in the day.

The same thing goes for a herniated or bulging disc.  The compression of your spinal bones on the disc actually pushes harder on the disc inflaming the surrounding joints and nerves.

 

So when can you begin walking?

That depends on many factors.  If your pain is isolated to your low back only then walking short distances is O.K. as long as you don’t normally have pain when you’re standing or walking short distances.  However, if you have pain in your lower back when you stand, then you should refrain from walking until you correct the muscular and postural imbalances around your spine.

You see, any activity can flare up your low back pain if you have muscular imbalances in your body.  If you continue to ignore these issues, then over time your condition will get worse… to the point that a spinal surgery is your only option.

I know that some people hate exercise so much that they would rather just have the surgery instead.  Unfortunately, the reason that surgery fails so frequently is that the surgeons never addressed the postural and muscular imbalances in the first place… and now after your surgery, you have even more instability in your spine than before.  YES… even after a spinal fusion, your low back is more unstable than before.  That’s why the surgeons even tell you prior to the surgery that it’s likely that the discs above and below the fusion will get bad within the next few years.  And guess where they send you next?

To the physical therapist!

So this person had the surgery to avoid exercising and fixing the problem on their own, and then they still have to go to physical therapy afterwards… often for months!

 

So how can you fix these imbalances on your own?

These are just a few of the things that can be going wrong…

  • You may have over pronated feet
  • You may have foot flare from tight external rotators of the hips
  • You may have tight hamstrings
  • You may have weak quadriceps
  • You may have tight calves
  • You may have tight iliopsoas
  • You may have weak abdominals
  • You may have tight low back erectors
  • You may have weak gluteal muscles
  • You may have tight piriformis muscles

Now if you have no clue how to identify any of these problems, then how are you going to correct them?  Well, using the Doctor’s Back Pain System is the number one method available that addresses each of these issues.  There are audios, videos, and manuals with pictures included that help you identify your own personal imbalances so you can fix them without spending months going through physical therapy.  There are basically 3 different types of muscular imbalances.  Once I help you identify your specific pattern, then all you have to do is follow the recommended action plan that’s included in the system.  All 3 patterns are included so there is nothing more that you’ll need.

Now… If you think your pain isn’t that bad and you’re ready for walking then the best thing you can do is to walk on a treadmill.  This decreases the impact on your feet and legs… But not everybody has access to a treadmill.  So the next best thing is to walk outside near your house.

The biggest mistake my patients have made in the past is that they walk too far away from their home.  What happens if you walk a half mile in one direction from your house and then the pain sets in?  How will you get back home without making your symptoms worse?

I always tell my patients to only walk around one block in their neighborhood.  Keep the distance from your home very short so if you get in trouble with pain, you won’t have far to get back home.  Now if you get back to your house and you’re feeling great, then walk around the block again… and again if you can.

If you live out on a country road, then walk 1/8 or 1/4 mile in one direction… turn around, and walk back to your house.  Then go 1/8 to 1/4 mile in the other direction.  Just keep going back and forth in front of your house, again so you won’t be stuck too far away from home if you all of a sudden experience pain.

My best advice to you about walking is… Take is slow!!!

The conveniences in life have made it far too easy on us to the point that we don’t even realize how easy we have it.

Let me explain…

We never have to walk a distance that allows pain to flare up.  Think about this for a minute… you walk from your bed to the bathroom, to the kitchen, to the couch, back to the kitchen, back to the bathroom, back to the couch.

What about when you’re running errands?  You walk from the house to the car, from the car to the store, from the store back to the car, and from the car back to the house… And the entire time you’re walking on concrete, pavement, carpet or some other flat flooring.  You never have to walk very far and you never have to walk on an unstable surface.

That’s why so many people injure, or re-injure their back when they are at the airport.  Unless you get carted around in a wheel chair, you may have to walk up to a mile or more just going from the parking garage to the terminals.

So just because you think you’re ready for walking long distances, doesn’t mean you are ready.  And that’s why I’m telling you that WALKING MAKES BACK PAIN WORSE… If not done carefully, and at the right time.

Don’t forget, almost every one of us has muscle imbalances in our bodies.  When these imbalances become chronic over time then the question isn’t “if your in pain,” it’s “when will you be in pain?”  It’s a guarantee that pain will hit you again down the road if you don’t address the cause of your problems first.

Yours in health,

Dr Jason Hurst, DC

 

 

 

Get “Uncle Arthur” Out Of Your Life! Treating Arthritis

How To Prevent and Treat Arthritic Pain

Over 50 million people in the U.S. suffer from Arthritis!

That’s approximately 1 in 7 Americans afflicted with this potentially crippling disease… and nearly all Americans over the age of 50 show varying degrees of Arthritis symptoms.  Doesn’t that sound alarming?

So… What is Arthritis?

Well, Arthritis comes from the Greek word “arthro” meaning joint and “itis” meaning inflammation.  To break it down even better, that means “inflammation of the joints.”

Here are some of the warning signs:

  • Joint pain not due to an injury
  • Your skin around your joints may appear red, swollen and even very warm to the touch.
  • Pain that occurs during or after movement or after extended periods of inactivity.
  • Joints may feel stiff and difficult to move.
  • Grinding or popping when you move your body
  • Deformity of your joints

Now, the most common form of arthritis is Osteoarthritis.  It involves the breakdown of the cartilage and bone at the joints, causing some or all of the aforementioned warning signs.

It can be broken down into 2 types:  Primary and Secondary

Primary osteoarthritis is the most common form.    It’s a slow, progressive condition that usually strikes after age 45. (However, in my office, patients today are complaining of Arthritis pain before the age of 30!)

The most common areas Osteoarthritis:

  • Knees
  • Hips
  • Lower back
  • Neck
  • Fingers

Primary Osteoarthritis begins to develop when excessive or repetitive stress is put on ordinary, healthy joint tissues, or when normal amounts of stress are applied to an already weakened joint.  Studies have shown that obesity and a family history of Arthritis can put a person at greater risk for Primary Osteoarthritis.

Secondary Osteoarthritis usually strikes a person before the age of 40, and is known to be primarily caused by trauma to the joint.  This trauma can be received from a sudden injury, such as a car accident, a fall, degeneration after a surgery, repetitive sports injuries, or it can be caused by many small injuries to a joint over time.

Now, beyond Osteoarthritis there are rheumatic diseases that cause different forms of Arthritis with symptoms ranging from inflammation in one or more joints, to inflammation spreading to the muscles, tendons, ligaments, internal organs, and even the skin.  Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disease brought on when the immune system attacks the body’s own tissue in the joints as if it were a foreign material.  Rheumatoid Arthritis affects more than 2 million people in the US, and women are 3 times as likely to get it as men.  It usually sets in between the ages of 20 and 40, but does not discriminate against older people or children.  However…one can take steps to prevent all forms of Arthritis and protect oneself from further joint damage.

There are four warning signs of potential Arthritic development.

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Restrictive range of motion
  • Poor posture

Poor posture and restricted motion are an indication of improper structural alignment of the body.

These physical problems often respond best to a physical form of treatment (such as Doctors Pain Relief Systems.)  Normal range of motion is necessary for proper circulation and repair of joints.  Restricted motion can come from a joint being out of its normal position, or from local tight or spastic muscles.

Prevention of arthritis would include:

  • Increasing range of motion and balancing posture
  • Getting better nutrition through better food choices
  • Exercise
  • Taking specific vitamin and mineral supplements

Supplements that have been shown to help are:

  • Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate repairs and rebuilds the protective cartilage in the joints
  • Vitamins A, C, E, and the mineral Selenium help to reduce “free-radicals” that can damage joint tissue
  • Omega-3 fatty acids can help the symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis

Proper eating can also have a hand in the prevention of, or relief from Arthritis pain.  Studies have shown that overweight people are more likely to develop Osteoarthritis.  For those people who are overweight, diet is a critical part of a complete program to become healthier.

Exercise also helps relieve Arthritic symptoms as it…

  • strengthens bones, muscles and joints
  • increases flexibility
  • prevents joint deformities
  • improves the immune system
  • reduces stress

Forms of exercise that have been shown to prevent or improve arthritis are:

  • walking
  • swimming
  • bicycling
  • water aerobics
  • strength training
  • stretching

In order to prevent, or reduce the pain of Arthritis, it is important to make sure that joints can properly function.

If you are ready to get control of your Arthritic pain before it totally consumes your life, then you’ve got to look into Doctor’s Pain Relief Systems.  This program is designed specifically for Arthritic conditions.  There are specific stretches and exercises within the system that can help you reduce your pain almost immediately.  I have also included many free bonuses as well.  Sign up for my free webinar to learn all about the system, and how the traditional ways of treatment just aren’t cutting it anymore.  Aren’t you tired of living on OTC medicines and prescription medicines?  Take back control of your body and your life!

 

To Your Health,

Dr Jason Hurst, DC

 

 

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Is Inversion Therapy For Me?

Inversion Therapy… Is it a safe alternative to traditional treatments?

Absolutely!

People have been using various forms of inversion therapy for thousands of years.  It involves hanging upside down (inverted) with the intention of decompressing the spine and other joints of the body.  We constantly have the force of gravity pushing on us all day, every day.  The only thing is… we don’t feel it because we were born with the same amount of pressure on our body that we experience today.  So like many things in our lives… we take for granted that, although it keeps our feet planted on the ground, it also creates extra stress on our joints that can lead to degeneration.

Benefits Of Inversion Therapy

Inverting your body has the exact opposite  effect of gravity.  So what an inversion table does for you is to help open the joint spaces of your body temporarily, which has very beneficial therapeutic effects.  It can be especially helpful with symptoms of back pain.  Other benefits include… Improved circulation of blood and lymph fluid, increased oxygen to the brain, maintains flexibility, strengthens ligaments, improves joint flexibility, and helps to build core strength.

Inversion Therapy Risk

Most of the risks are listed to make sure you are safe.  However, if you have any of these conditions or symptoms then you should check with your Family Physician.  The most common risks are… any heart conditions, hiatal hernia, high blood pressure/hypertension, middle ear infections, extreme obesity, pregnancy, retinal detachment, glaucoma, conjunctivitis, severe spinal injury, Stroke/TIA

As you can see the list of contraindications is long. Make sure to check with your physician before beginning an inversion table.

Which one to choose?

I have personally tried over 11 different inversion tables at home and in my office and I personally recommend the one below.  This company has been around for years and has an excellent reputation for delivering a quality product.  It is actually the one that I have set up in my own home office.

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The “Perfect” Stretch
While inverted, progressive decompression allows each joint to be decompressed by the same weight that compresses it while upright. Achieve the “perfect” stretch with the Teeter Hang Ups Inversion Table, a relaxing and rejuvenating way to help restore youthful function to your weight-bearing joints so you can move better and feel better!

Results in Minutes
Simply “set it, lock it and go!” The Teeter Hang Ups is easy to use and allows you to achieve a relaxing stretch that decompresses your back and joints in just minutes a day.

Total Control
Rotate and relax on our precision-balanced system, which allows you to control the speed and rotation with simple arm movements.

No Pain, All Gain!
Benefits begin at a gentle 20 degrees, and total decompression is achieved at 60 degrees. At a full 90 degrees, you can conduct deep stretches and exercises that target your abs and increase your flexibility!

 

Testimonials

First of all, I am a practicing dentist which is a killer job for your back. Additionally I experienced a serious back problem about 7 years ago … and I persisted with CONSTANT back pain in the lower back ever since.

Subsequently I surfed and found the Teeter. I have really only been using it about a week now and I honestly feel like I’ve had 15 years wound back and I’m in my twenties again!! It’s an incredible thing, I can’t wait to get home from the surgery …and hang there for a while – I feel alive again! I want to go out and kick the football with the kids instead of making excuses, I really feel alive again! It has brought me back to life, that’s the only way to describe it!

Many, many thanks,
Bruce G., Ireland

 

I have a herniated disc in my neck and a pinched nerve. I refuse to have surgery; chiropractic and deep massage only do so much; and other alternative medicines have been ineffective. I am almost 64 years of age, an active golfer, still working, and am in good health otherwise. After almost four weeks [of using the Teeter], I have regained close to an inch in height, I am sleeping much better, and my overall pain and discomfort level is at the lowest it has been in years.

Overall, this is the best ‘investment’ in my health that I have ever made. I tell everyone that I meet what it has done for me. Gary F., Carmel, IN

 

I recently purchased a [Teeter] and wanted to tell you that it is awesome when you find a product that will do exactly what it says it will do. I recently was diagnosed with issues in L-4 and L5 …It is horrible to have the most excruciating pain … that lasts 24/7 and never lets up. I received my Teeter Hang Ups on Thursday and immediately assembled it and used it. WOW!! What a relief! This was the only thing that gave me any relief. I have made believers out of several doctors! Thanks for making a great machine… I love my Teeter!
Bill R., Citrus Heights, CA

 

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Proven Results
Put Your Trust in Science

Patients Using a Teeter 70.5% Less Likely to Need Surgery
In a study conducted by Newcastle General Hospital in the UK on patients that were told they needed sciatic surgery were divided into two groups: Group one regularly practiced inversion therapy with a Teeter inversion table and regular physiotherapy, while others practiced physiotherapy alone. Results suggested that patients who invert with a Teeter Hang Ups inversion table are 70.5% less likely to need surgery compared to the control group!

Manjunath Prasad KS, Gregson BA, Hargreaves G, Byrnes T, Mendelow AD. Regional Neurosciences Centre, Newcastle General Hospital, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.
Study Demonstrates Full Decompression at 60°
Study measured internal disc pressure (in the 3rd lumbar disc) through a range of activities, including standing, sitting, bending and vertical and supine traction. The study suggests that a traction load of 60% body weight is sufficient to reduce the residual pressure of 25% standing body weight to zero.

Nachemson, Alf, et al: Intravital Dynamic Pressure Measurements in Lumbar Discs. 1970
Relief Within 10 Seconds of Inversion
Study found EMG activity (an indicator of muscle pain) declined 35% within the first 10 seconds of inversion. Study found that inversion increases the spinal length. Study concluded there is a correlation between a reduction in EMG activity and an increase in spinal length.

Nosse, L.: Inverted Spinal Traction. Arch Phys Med Rehabilitation; 59: 367-370, Aug 78.
Inversion Effective for Low Back Pain Relief
Study found gravity-facilitated traction (inversion), produces significant intravertebral separation in lumbar spine. Study concluded gravity facilitated traction may be an effective modality in the relief of low back pain.

Kane, M, et al: Effects of Gravity-facilitated Traction on Intravertebral Dimensions of the Lumbar Spine. Jour of Orthopedic and Sports Phys Ther. 281-288, Mar 85.
Over 88% Patients Returned to Work
After eight inversion treatments, 155 out of 175 patients were able to return to their jobs full time. Study concluded that the main basis for improvement was the stretching of paraspinal vertebral muscles and ligaments and possibly the widening of intravertebral discs. Study found significant improvements in a variety of diagnosis including spondylolisthesis, herniated discs, lumbar osteoarthritis with sciatica, and coccygodynia.

Sheffield, Frederick J. Lt. Col., MC. Adaptation of Tilt Table for Lumbar Traction.

 

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