Thank You

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I’d love to share with you a FREE CHAPTER from my eBook, Treating Low Back Pain During Exercise and Athletics.  In this free chapter, you will learn how to self-treat low back pain (LBP) following an injury.  It will help you to assess your symptoms and your pain response.  Upon establishing a directional preference (a pattern to the pain), you will learn which self-treatment strategies to implement in order to decrease your pain and how to prevent LBP from reoccurring.

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Free Chapter of Treating Low Back Pain during Exercise and Athletics

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6 thoughts on “Thank You

  1. Hi Ben,
    It’s good to see you. 😉
    I am aware of the conditions you are pointing out and relate prevention techniques. You have good messages and I like what you are doing for other people. I intend to stay young for a lot more years. I just got my Medicare Card. I stay very active. Regularly I work on posture and flexibility and will spend more time on squatting. To keep things fun I walk golf often and play racquetball. I’m sure lifting weights would be helpful but I can’t seem to commit the time at this point.
    Thanks
    Keep on keeping on.
    Art Caldwell

    • Hi Art,
      It’s nice to hear from you! I know you like to stay active. It sounds like you are doing all the right things (and most importantly) having fun! It’s funny that you mention that you intend to stay young for many more years. I have had several questions and statements lately implying that a person may be “too old” to improve or make any progress with my suggestions. The sad part is: if someone feels that way, then he/she is right. More than anything else, I think keeping a young spirit leads to successful aging–it trumps everything! It sounds like you have nothing to worry about. Hopefully, we can meet up at a BBQ soon. Take care and enjoy your summer!
      Ben