Welcome to the Challenge; Self-Help for Back Pain!

Tired of that persistent back pain and ready to take action to reduce it? It’s no coincidence you’ve landed on this page! This challenge is designed to help you achieve a pain-free back and become stronger than ever.

Why join?

  • You’ll learn effective exercises to combat back pain and techniques to reduce it.
  • You’ll receive expert guidance and support throughout the challenge.
  • If you can’t attend the challenge live, you can rewatch the video recordings.
  • You will experience pain relief (in 90% of cases).

Dates, time, and cost:

Dates: November 10th, Friday
Time: From 7:30-9:00 PM CET
Location: Zoom
Cost: Free

Be Grateful to Yourself

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Are you still troubled by persistent back pain because you didn’t find time to work on your health? Time that you otherwise spent watching TV for hours or scrolling through social media? Or have you freed yourself from back pain, able to pursue what makes you happy without pain, because you did set aside time for your health?

What Can You Expect?

Friday night we go live from 7:30 to 9:00 PM via Zoom. 

Some benefits you can experience when you participate in the challenge:

  • Pain relief
  • An improved mood
  • Less stress
  • Enhanced mobility
  • Better sleep
  • Improved posture
  • Feeling more flexible

For Whom?

The challenge ‘Self-Help for Back Pain’ is open to people with various back issues. Here are some examples of back pain for which participation is possible:

  1. Nonspecific Low Back Pain: This is back pain for which no specific medical diagnosis can be made.
  2. Hernia: Occurs when a disc bulges and presses on a nerve.
  3. Sciatica: Pain radiating from the lower back to the buttock and leg, usually due to a hernia pressing on the sciatic nerve.
  4. Spinal Canal Stenosis: A narrowing of the spinal canal, causing pressure on the nerves.
  5. Osteoarthritis: Degeneration of the joints in the spine, often due to aging.
  6. Postural Back Pain: Pain resulting from poor posture, such as sitting too long or incorrect lifting posture.
  7. Muscle and Ligament Strains: Can occur after sudden movements or lifting heavy objects.
  8. SI Joint Issues: These are complaints arising in the sacroiliac joint, the joint between the sacrum and the ilium of the pelvis. It can cause pain in the lower back and buttock, which sometimes radiates to the leg.

It’s important to note that although the challenge is designed to help alleviate back pain and strengthen back muscles, it is not a replacement for medical advice. It’s also essential to listen to your own body and stop the exercises if you experience pain.

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