The Truth About Chronic Back Pain
Let me guess. You’ve been diagnosed with disc problems that your doctor seems very sure are the cause of your back pain. Your MRI may have shown things like:
- Herniated discs
- Degenerative disc disease
- Slipped discs
- Pinched nerves
But things don’t seem to add up.
You’re not convinced that your doctor is right about the diagnosis.
That’s not a surprise. The medical community doesn’t seem to have a good handle on back pain. You’ve probably tried multiple medical solutions with about the same success rate that everyone has. Zero.
- Physical therapy
- Epidural shots
- Pain killers
- Maybe even surgery
If these people are so smart, how come nothing they do seems to work?
This question should be at the center of your focus from now going forward.
You’ve Been Sold a Pack of Lies
The truth is that stress and anxiety are causing your back pain. Not your discs.
I know your chiropractor is a nice person, but he’s not helping you cure your back pain.
The truth is that you no longer have to manage your pain. You can cure it.
So it’s time to make some changes. Start by changing your belief about what’s causing your back pain. Hint = stress. Learn how to control your sympathetic (fight or flight) response, which is turned on way too much.
And then all you have to do is reduce stress below the pain threshold. This can be done easily. And you can do it.
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I went to the chiropractor every week (without fail) for seventeen years straight. However after I started the
Sarno 3.0 Master Class, the pain was gone in 2 weeks.
- Dennis from Fort Worth, Texas
Coaching services offered by the Pain Cure Clinic are not intended as medical advice or professional psychotherapy. This is practical knowledge based on experience about how to alternately eliminate chronic pain symptoms caused by psychological factors. Medical or mental health questions or diagnosis should be directed to your physician or psychologist. The Pain Cure Clinic is not endorsed by or affiliated with Dr. John Sarno. *Individual results will vary.