1. Dear fellow Sufferer!

    I know how it feels to suffer from terrible back pain – I have lived with it for over six years, have been hospitalized twice, undergone hundreds of treatments and visited an uncountable number of doctors.

    Since I have always wished for someone to guide me and help me to find a way out if this energy-sucking pain I decided to help others who face a similar challenge. Actually, just enter your name and email address in the field next to the video and you will instantly receive my short and to-the-point report that

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    To your health,
    Philipp Schoeffmann


    Mag. Philipp Schoeffmann, MiM (CEMS)
    Lernmanufaktur BS BildungsOG
    Stauffergasse 43, A-1140 Vienna, Austria
    philipp (at) back-pain-aid.com

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  2. Back pain can have a massive impact on our life, preventing us from working, playing or doing the basic functions of everyday life. Most of us will suffer from back pain at least once in our life, especially lower back pain, the most common type of back pain. We will look at the lower spinal pain causes and identify some prevention methods.

    Common Lower Back pain causes:

    1. Back Muscle Strain

    Straining a muscle in your back is a very common injury and lower back pain causes. The injury can occur through the overuse of muscles or ligaments, whether from work, sport or any physical activity. This is also a typical lifting injury with many people suffering from a muscle strain in the lower spine area from lifting a very heavy object or twisting awkwardly while lifting.

    2. Degenerative disc disease

    Although degenerative disc disease normally affects elderly people, it can also affect younger people, as young as 20. The disease causes the vertebrae discs to start to decay and break down, putting more pressure on the spine and causing inflammation. It is the inflammation from degenerative disc disease that causes the most pain, causing sciatica and compressed nerve roots.

    3. Pressure on nerve roots

    There are many different conditions that can result in additional pressure on the nerve roots in the lower spine area. Pressure on the nerve roots can be very painful and debilitating. With many back injuries rest is needed but with injuries that conditions that causes compressed nerve roots, it is normally associated with other back injuries such as a herniated disc, osteoarthritis or spinal stenosis.

    4. Spinal deformities

    Although not as common as the above causes of back pain, there are many spinal deformities that can bring on lower back pain. Causes such as scoliosis can result in extreme curvature of the spine and can be very painful.

    5. Compression fractures.

    Compression fractures can be very painful and can be caused by trauma, osteoporosis or cancer that has spread to the bone. A compression fracture resulting from a trauma can heal very well but also depend on if there are any underlying issues. With people suffering from osteoporosis, the general weakness in the bones can cause many back issues that are very painful.

    6. Slipped disc

    Pressure on the lower vertebrae can cause a rupture or bulge of one of the vertebral discs. The bulging disc tends to push cartilage towards the spinal cord nerves, pressing against them and causing intense pain.

    Lower back pain can last a long time if you do not deal with the root issues. There are many factors to take into consideration if you want to make the first step to no more lower back pain. Visit our site for more details and start your recovery now!!


    Mag. Philipp Schoeffmann, MiM (CEMS)
    Lernmanufaktur BS BildungsOG
    Stauffergasse 43, A-1140 Vienna, Austria
    philipp (at) back-pain-aid.com

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  3. Stretching is very important to maintain a healthy back. Often neglected, stretching is a form of exercise that is not only easy to do but can do wonders for reducing back pain and also preventing back injuries. Since our back gets more usage than most other parts of our body, it can easily get damaged, with many of us carrying back injuries for a long time. One of the most common back complaints is stiff muscles or painful movements. Both of these common back issues can be dealt with by stretching.
    There are several very simple stretches that can be done while standing up, sitting down or lying on the floor. One of this is Superstretch Elbow Extension this is a very effective stretching and strengthening exercise for your lower back. Since it aims at an intense stretch of your lumbar region I urge you to listen carefully to your body and stop immediately if you feel pain. Since this exercise requires you to balance your body weight on your knees and elbows I highly recommend doing it on a training mat or carpet. After all, you probably wouldn't want to heal your back but hurt other body parts, right?


    1. Put your hands and knees on the floor. Make sure to put your hips over your knees, your shoulders over your elbows and straight above your hands.

    2. Move your hands approximately 6 inches / 15 cm forward. Remember the spot of your hands and put your elbows there.

    3. Clench your fingers into a fist, with the thumbs pointing away from each other. Then pull your hands away from each others until your lower arms are parallel to each other.

    4. Push your hips towards your heels and your navel towards your knees. This will make your lower back bow and stretch.

    5. Let your forehead rest on the floor and hold the position for 1 minute.

    Sets: 1 time
    Repetitions: 1 time
    Duration: 1 minute
    Goal: To stretch the lower back muscles and ligaments.

    For more information visit http://www.7-minutes-backpain-relief.com and receive your FREE GUIDE!

    Mag. Philipp Schoeffmann, MiM (CEMS)
    Lernmanufaktur BS BildungsOG
    Stauffergasse 43, A-1140 Vienna, Austria
    philipp (at) back-pain-aid.com

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