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"Back Pain Can Be Helped . . .
                 . . . or Prevented
with New Discovery"

Back pain is a major reason for absence from work. One source I once read states that it is the next most frequent reason for absence after flus and colds. Wouldn't it be nice to have a way to help, or even to prevent, back pain?

There is much disagreement as to what causes back pain. Naturally you should visit a licensed health care professional to help determine exactly what is the problem. However, Dennis Denlinger, who studied engineering basics while earning a degree of Architecture, developed a new viewpoint and another possible solution to the problem. You may want to look for a health care professional who understands engineering as well as medicine.

Looking at the back from the viewpoint of an engineer has brought about a new discovery which could very well help or prevent back pain.

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One principle which was discovered is that there is a muscle or group of muscles which keep bones tight in joint. When a muscle or muscles do not do the job of keeping bones tight in joint, ligaments take over the job. Engineers call this is called a "back up."

For instance, at night when you sleep your muscles are at rest and your ligaments keep the bones in their joints. Without ligaments you could wake up in the morning with your toes mixed in with your ribs.

In any well engineered system, when a back up system takes over from a main system and is over loaded (ie, doing more than it was made to do) loud bells and flashing red lights let the operator know something is wrong. In the body the loud bells and flashing red lights are pain.

So, when the muscles are not working correctly and the ligments take over AND are over loaded, there is pain to let the person know that something is wrong and needs to be fixed.

There is a similar system in your car. The front brakes and the rear brakes are on two different systems. As long as both operate everything is okay. When one system breaks down you can still stop, but with difficulty. Then a red light on your instrument panel lets you know there is something wrong which needs to be repaired.

There is a very important system in the back which absorbs bumps and shocks as you move about. This system is a set of springs. It is made up of the curves in the spine. The neck curves to the front, the upper back curves to the rear and the lower back curves to the front.

Medical and chiropractic doctors believe the spine should be curved to absorb shocks. However, an engineer would say: The spine should be held nearly straight by muscles so it can go into a curve as it absorbs the shocks of bumps.

An engineer can look in the back and see the muscles which Nother Nature designed to operate the spring by keeping the spine nearly straight. When used correctly they can prevent some - or much - but not all, back pain. There are other reasons, some having to do with muscles, which can cause back pain.

When the spine is allowed to curve too much and the ligaments take over from the muscles AND are over loaded, there is pain to let the person know something is wrong. Then the person needs to make the muscles do their jobs correctly or there could be more damage.

One very serious type of damage could be to the discs, which are cushions between the vertebra bones of the spine.

To make a comparison with your car, the curves (see above) in your spine are like the springs in your car. The discs between your vertebra bones are like the seat cushions in your car. Imagine riding in your car without the springs. The ride would be very bumpy. Or, imagine riding in your car on a wooden park bench rather than the cushion seat you now have. That would also make for a bumpy ride.

When the spring muscles in the back do not keep the spine nearly straight, one part of the discs can be over loaded. There is a little experiment you can do to get this idea.

Make both your hands into fists. Press the flat part of your fists together so you can feel some pressure. Notice how much load there is on the flat part of your fists. Now rock your fists so only the pointy parts of the knuckles touch while keeping the pressure the same. Feel how much more pressure there is on the points of the knuckles. If you kept thin up for a while do you think it could start to hurt?

This same thing happens to the discs when the spine is not kept nearly straight ready to absorb the shocks of bumps. Part of the discs become over loaded, start to hurt and even break. When a disc breaks it can put pressure on the big nerve which runs down the tunnel in the center of the spine.

The book, "Muscle N' Bone" tells about the spring muscles in the back and how they can be used to help, or even prevent, these types of back pain. Why do you need this book? So you, with your health care provider, can help or prevent this type of back pain. Order your copy of "Muscle N' Bone" Now.

Read what Ray Legget has to say:

"For the first time in my life I know how to walk and have techniques to use to regain my posture and relieve the pain in my back and feet.
  "Much thanks goes to Dennis Denlinger for this gift.
  "This would be beneficial for everyone to know this valuable data. This data needs to be promoted to everyone!
 "Very special thanks." -R.L.

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"Sciatica"

Acording to Medinfo (www.medinfo.co.uk/ conditions/ sciatica.html) sciatica is the term given to pain down the leg.... This pain tends to be caused where the nerves pass through and emerge from the lower bones of the spine (lumbar vertebrae). Much of the advice regarding this condition is the same as that for low back pain.

Just as with back pain, there is much disagreement as to what causes sciatica. One possible reason is pressure on the sciatic nerve in the region of the spine due to misplaced vertebra or a troubled disc. It is possible that using the lower back muscles correctly could help the problem.

To learn more about this new discovery of how the muscles of the lower back are designed to operate get a copy of "Muscle N' Bone" now.

"Lordosis (swayback)"

The U.S. government (http://www.nlm.nih.gov/ medlineplus/) says lordosis is abnormal forward curvature of the lower spine.

The discovery by Denlinger revealed specific muscles which are designed to pull the lower back nearly straight so it can go into a curve to absorb shocks. Could it be possible that when those muscles are working correctly, even lordosis can be brought into alignment?

Learn how the muscles of the lower back are used to pull it straight so it can absorb shocks by getting and reading "Muscle N' Bone."


"Scoliosis"

Dictionary dot com says that scoliosis is an abnormal lateral (sideways) curvature of the spine. In his research Denlinger found at least three ways scoliosis could come about through improper use of the muscles of the back. He was able to correct a scoliosis condition in his own lower back and can now produce it and fix it at will.

One way to produce a scoliosis in the lower back is to only use one side of the lower back spring muscle. Another way is to over-contract or to relax the guywire muscles which keep the lower back straight side-to-side. The third way is to allow one side of the pelvis to move to the front while the other side moves to the rear.

the lower back spring muscle and the guywire muscles are described in "Muscle N' Bone" which you can obtain now.

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