The little-known back pain cure discovered by John F. Kennedy’s DOCTOR which causes 75% of all back pain suffering!
Dear Back Pain Sufferer,
erhaps the most frustrating and hopeless search you’re on is the one to find a real and lasting solution to your chronic back pain.
Through our work with tens of thousands of sufferers in more than 80 countries over the last ten years, we’ve seen and heard it all. We’ve watched chronic pain destroy too many lives—drug addiction, ruined careers, families torn apart… even suicide.
That’s why we are always researching and testing every possible treatment to find what offers the best and most effective relief.
Today, I want to tell you about a little-known treatment that can set you free from your debilitating back pain. And it can happen without expensive doctor’s visits, injections or mind-numbing pain pills.
It is most likely that one missing link in your treatment program that has prevented total and lasting relief from pain.
President Kennedy’s Doctor Unveils the Hidden Cause of Almost All Pain
If you experience painful knots in your neck, shoulder and arm areas, your mid and lower back, even your hips and legs, you are not alone. 86 million Americans suffer from various types of chronic pain.
Dr. Janet Travell treated President John F. Kennedy’s chronic back pain. Dr. Travell and her colleague, Dr. David Simons wrote “The Trigger Point Manual.”
Their research shows that tiny contraction knots in our muscles and tissues, known as trigger points, are the primary cause of pain 75% of the time and a factor in almost every painful condition.
Trigger Points develop when an area of the body is injured or over-worked.
For instance, a single event can initiate a trigger point, such as a car accident or a sports or work-related accident.
Trigger points can also develop over time through muscle strain from repetitive movements at work or play, postural strain from standing or sitting improperly for long periods at the computer or in your car, emotional stress, anxiety, allergies, nutritional deficiencies, inflammation, and toxins in the environment.
The Trouble Trigger Points Cause
Trigger points cause muscles and tissues to tighten and shorten. These hyper-irritated hardened masses cause so much pain and tenderness that you alter the way you move, sit or stand to instinctively protect yourself. By limiting the use of the painful muscle, the muscle begins to weaken.
Your altered patterns of movement put abnormal stress on your muscles, ligaments and joints. This leads to strength and flexibility imbalances in your muscles as well as postural dysfunctions throughout your body.
This “use-abuse-disuse” scenario creates more trigger points in other areas and a vicious cycle begins. Before you know it, you’ve developed clusters of active and latent trigger points. You’ve also given up doing the things you love to do because it simply hurts too much.
Why Hasn’t My Doctor Explained This to Me?
Even though trigger points have been written about in medical journals for over 60 years, their treatment is sometimes associated with acupressure (an ancient Chinese medical process some doctors consider it a type of “quack” medicine).
Yet, trigger points have actually been photographed in muscle tissue with the aid of electron microscopes. (Myofascial Pain and Dysfunction: The Trigger Point Manual, Travell & Simons, 1999).
Many doctors are still not aware of this.
|To complicate matters further, a hallmark of trigger points is something called “referred pain.”
This means that trigger points typically send their pain to some other place in the body. This explains why so many conventional treatments fail.
Many health care professionals assume the problem is where the pain is. They never address the root cause of the problem – the actual trigger point that needs to be deactivated.
So, you could be feeling pain in your buttocks, hip or even down your leg but the actual trigger point needing to be released is located in your lower back.
Pain you feel down your arm or in your mid-back or even your neck starts with a trigger point in the muscles and tendons of your shoulder.
How Do I Know I Have Trigger Points?
Everyone has trigger points; the question is to what degree. If you have lingering pain, tightness, or restriction of certain movements, you’re experiencing the effects of a trigger point.
Trigger points can be the root cause of any of these symptoms:
The Single Best Treatment For Trigger Points
Here at the Healthy Back Institute, we’ve always known trigger points are a huge factor in creating pain and tenderness. However, there are very few qualified and trained trigger point therapists out there. And although there are some good self-treatment books available, most leave a lot for the patient to “figure out” on their own.
Through her work with President Kennedy and many, many other back pain sufferers, Dr. Travell discovered that deep manual pressure applied to trigger points had a dramatic therapeutic effect by quickly eliminating pain.
The work she developed with her colleagues evolved into what is known today as Trigger Point Therapy.
Research shows that sustained manual trigger point therapy is by far the most effective means of getting rid of chronic myofascial (muscle and tissue) pain.
But trotting off to a doctor, massage therapist, physical therapist, chiropractor or other clinician repeatedly to get rid of all your trigger points can get pretty expensive. Not to mention all the time those visits consume.
And that’s if you are lucky enough to find a well-trained trigger point specialist to begin with.
That’s why we are excited to offer you the Trigger Point Self-Treatment System.
In fact, I can guarantee it’s the most effective and easy to use self-care system around.
LIE DOWN AND RELAX WHILE YOU MELT YOUR PAIN AWAY
Developed by a board-certified neurological chiropractor who sought relief for his own disabling low-back and chronic shoulder-arm pain, the Trigger Point Self-Treatment System allows you to pressure massage your trigger points in the comfort of your own home and as often as necessary.
The program’s unique, easy to use design helps you completely relax your muscles while you apply only the amount of deep therapeutic pressure needed, to your comfort level.
There are other hand-held devices available to treat trigger points. However, they require you to tighten your muscles to use, which prevents the deep massage needed to work out and actually “deactivate” your trigger points.
With the Trigger Point Self-Treatment System, you are in complete control. By simply using your body weight, you effortlessly melt your knots away while completely relaxing into the treatment platform. In less than ten minutes a day, you can find blessed relief you probably have not known for years.
You simply pressure massage away all the trigger points clustered anywhere on your body. Nothing could be easier!
Break the Cycle of Pain
When a trigger point tightens and spasms, it causes you pain. You alter your patterns of movement and new trigger points develop causing you more pain.
Perhaps you’ve tried heating devices, vibrating chair massagers, golf or tennis balls or massage oils in a desperate attempt to get some relief.
These devices simply trick our nervous system by improving blood flow and blocking the incoming pain impulse for a short period.
No real change has occurred in our trigger points. They are still there. That’s why within a few minutes, you’re once again plagued with pain.
You need sufficient, sustained deep pressure on a regular basis to deactivate your trigger points. The Trigger Point Self-Treatment System is the complete system specifically designed to target, release and deactivate all your trigger points. It’s the answer you’ve been looking for.
Pain and other symptoms of trigger points occur in predictable patterns. With The Trigger Point Self-Treatment System, you simply pop the DVD in the player and follow along with your guidebook. You’ll learn how easy it is to locate and deactivate all your trigger points.
Discover The Magic Of Trigger Point Therapy
As you work the trigger point with this system, your body undergoes soft tissue release, allowing for increased blood flow. You’ll also have a reduction in muscle spasm and the breakup of scar tissue. Toxic metabolic wastes are also removed.
Your body undergoes a neurological release, reducing the pain signals to the brain and resetting your neuromuscular system to restore its proper function. Thus, everything will once again work the way it should.
In no time flat, your pain and tenderness will be gone. You’ll once again enjoy full range of motion. You’ll feel younger and more energetic. You’ll sit and stand taller. You’ll sleep better. The sparkle will return to your eyes.
And the best part is, you’ll be back in the game enjoying your favorite activities with your friends and family.
How Do I Know It Will Work for Me?
Research shows that following a regular sustained program of deep self-massage will deactivate all your trigger points. Dr. Simons contends, “There is no substitute for learning to control your own musculoskeletal pain.
Treating myofascial trigger points yourself addresses the source of that kind of common pain and is not just a way of temporarily relieving it.” In other words, you can treat your own trigger points better than anyone else.
Regardless of your age, your gender, whether you are an athlete or a couch potato, whether you suffer from sciatica, a herniated disc, fibromyalgia or some other condition, the Trigger Point Self-Treatment System will release and deactivate your trigger points, thus relieving the underlying cause of your pain.
It is simply the most complete, comprehensive and easy to use system around.
Trigger points can occur at any age and you can suffer their effects for the rest of your life if they are not addressed properly.
With the Trigger Point Self-Treatment System at your fingertips, you can pull it out any time you feel a trigger point developing. Just a few minutes a day and you’ll be able to prevent future flare-ups and keep trigger points at bay for the rest of your life.
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NOTE: This information is solely advisory, and should not be substituted for medical or chiropractic advice. Any and all health care concerns, decisions, and actions must be done through the advice and counsel of a health care professional who is familiar with your updated medical history.