is half the cure. You can treat your OWN back!
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SOME READERS' REVIEWS
After months of pain and misery and bucket loads of painkillers this book lifted me out of the hole. Within days of performing Sarah's exercises I was back to work and enjoying a comfortable night's sleep. Three weeks later and it is hard to imagine I have been diagnosed with a prolapsed disc. My recovery is nearly complete. If it had not been for this book I would eventually have had to gamble with surgery. Even my GP is surprised by the turnaround. Many thanks to Sarah Key. February 2007
I suffer from back pain. This book has been of great help to me. The early chapters describe the back and explain in very understandable terms what's going on. Trying to pin down exactly what condition you suffer from can be a bit tricky, and I would suggest you take the book with you to your physio. However, I have found this is not crucial. Buy the book, use it in conjunction with professional help, but get busy with the exercises and you'll believe in your back again. January 2007
I have been suffering with chronic back pain now for 6 years and have done the rounds of the medical profession to try to come to some sort of diagnosis so that I can get to work on rehab. Unfortunately all of what I have been told and all that has been physically done to me simply have not worked. That was until I discovered Sarah Key's book. It totally opened my eyes to the reality of what exactly was and IS going on with my spine. That mental picture is of great benefit alone, just to be able at last to understand the spinal structure and what exactly CAN go wrong and how it CAN be corrected. This book and Sarah's methods are by far the best I have come across in all my time of back pain. GO BUY IT!!!! January 2006
Having had a 'bad back' on and off for years, a recent very bad patch made me think it was time to find out what might be causing it, and if there was anything I could do about it. I found this book very informative. I have been doing the exercises described for a few weeks now and feel a substantial (and hopefully permanent) improvement. I like to understand what exercises are supposed to achieve and how— this book has explained both aspects. September 2005
I couldn't put the book down! Loads of information, that is useful and helpful for my back pain. Chapters are detailed and easy to read, not over the top on medical terms. I recommend this book. August 2005
I bought this book for my mum. She has suffered for 20 years with back pain and takes anti-inflammatory drugs daily. My mum is 58 and I just hate to watch her suffer more and more every year and I am frustrated that I can't help her. Getting her this book is just another book in a long line of self-help and exercise books that I have bought for her over the years. But this book really seems to have made some difference! She has told me again and again how great this book is because she now understands for the first time what is wrong with her back. She has also regained hope that her back can actually be treated! I am so pleased to hear her say that because I know she had almost given up. So thank you so much. July 2005
I have just purchased Sarah Key's Back Sufferers' Bible and I have to say it is absolutely brilliant. I was in absolute agony with my bulging disc and was given one exercise to do from a physiotherapist that did not work. I have now done the two exercises that Sarah suggested for my problem and I am now so much more comfortable and able to manage my back pain. I cannot recommend this book enough. It was hard to believe that the two easy exercises I did would work but they did. Thank god for Sarah Keys. August 2003
I just wanted to say thank you. I have suffered from minor back problems for years. Last year it got a lot worse and I spent many painful days getting different opinions from doctors and trying to understand my problems. When I finally 'discovered' this book it was like a breath of fresh air. I was recommended for surgery due to sciatica and loss of feeling in my left leg, but managed to avoid it. Now I am steadily getting better via self-help. July 2003
Well written and detailed. The commonest causes of back pain are explained. Excellent exercises are well described. Useful for professionals and self-help alike.
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Knowing the causes of back pain is winning half the battle against it. The 127-page eBook, How To Win Your War Against Back Pain, explains the various causes of back pain in a simple manner and teaches you the various treatment options available. The book is a great pain reliever in itself. The sensible, practical tips that it presents will surely help you bid good-bye to back pain forever.