Happy Back

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Press: Fuller Chiropractic (June 1, 2007)
Publication Date:2007-6
Author Name:Fuller, Scott E.; DC, Dr Scott Fuller;


Happy Back is a self-help, how to book about caring for your neck and back on your own. 
Neck and back pain books typically focus only on exercises and stretches.
Happy Back not only demonstrates effective spinal stretches, but also focuses on the ergonomics of daily living to avoid the accumulation of spinal stresses which may lead to pain.
Over 140 pictures show readers do's and don'ts of standing, sitting, driving, working out, computer postures, bending and lifting, and even golf.
Happy Back teaches you the simple stretches and exercises which are taught to each patient in Dr.
Fuller's chiropractic office.
These effective stretches only take a couple minutes a day.
The book also offers advice on how to sit, stand, use weights and cardio machines, lift, shovel, rake, and vacuum safely.
The advice comes from Dr.
Fuller's years of experience, observing thousands of people with neck and back pain, and showing them how to reduce costly, painful episodes of neck and back pain before they occur.
Neck, back, arm and leg pain, whether acute or chronic problems, may often be avoided by paying attention to how you use your body during your day to day activities, and by doing consistent daily stretches for your spine.
The advice in Happy Back will try to help you save you time, pain, and money.
Coupling improved posture and ergonomics with simple stretches and posture awareness may save you years of needless suffering.
Let Happy Back and Dr.
Fuller be your guide.


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Comment List (Total:3)

  •     This book is well written and very informative. The exercises were easy to follow and helped my family and I out a lot.
  •     I would give this book 6 stars if I could. It was easy to follow and effective.I'm an incredibly practical person who tends to dismiss a lot of DIY healing suggestions. When I saw myself on almost every page, I knew this book was for me. I had to laugh at myself a little, as I was making many of the common mistakes Dr Fuller points out, including how I was vacuuming and shoveling snow.I had no specific injury to set my general discomfort in motion but have a stockpile of reasons for stress and anxiety in my life, not to mention sitting at a desk in front of a computer for 8-9 hours a day. If you add on the high impact of running 20-30 miles a week, back discomfort was not a stranger to me. After I implemented many of the exercises in the book, I find my back hurts less, I have more energy, and feel more relaxed.None of the suggestions were unreasonable for someone to do on their own or overly time-consuming. If you have time to watch your favorite show on TV in the evening, at the same time, you could do many of the exercises suggested. These simple stretches and easy changes to the ergonomics of your workspace and other areas of your daily living result in big changes in how you feel.
  •     Best book! Practical suggestions for caring for back - highly recommend it!

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