Hey guys! What’s up? It’s Stephen Dunn with CORE Therapy and Pilates and today, I want to talk a little bit about your back pain.
Are you suffering with back pain that is getting in the way of your day-to-day life? Are you not able to do the things that you want to do with your friends? Are you missing out on social activities because of your back pain?
What about exercise? Are you able to do the exercise that you want to do? Or is your back pain slowing you down? Are you able to sit on the bleachers to watch your kids perform sports or is that a problematic area as well?
Well, what we specialize in CORE Therapy and Pilates is back pain and we see it very common. In fact, 80% of Americans are going to have back pain at some point in their lives and 65% will have a recurrence within a year, so many people become what we call a “frequent flyer” with back pain.
We have a program at CORE designed to eliminate and solve that back pain. We have a simple philosophy: “We release what is tight and we strengthen what is weak”. Usually what is “Tight” is something in front of the body that has been shortened by poor posture sitting, etc., therefore causing weakness at the back of the body and the “antagonist” muscles.
The philosophy is simple. We release what is tight and we strengthen what is weak, and it is something that we have been able to help hundreds of people in Austin since 2005 with this approach.
What I want to offer you today is a free guide on back pain and it has essential tips to start at home now in managing and eliminating your back pain. If you follow the link in the description, you can go to our website at www.therapyandpilates.com/back-pain and go to our Back Pain page and download the free report.
With that free report, you can start implementing things immediately to take you from this point where you can’t do what you want to do to the things where you can do what you want to do. We want to walk you across that bridge of “I can’t perform these things” and “I want to get back to doing these things” and that is what we are here for.
Have a great day and see you all soon!
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