Oh My Aching Back

February 25th, 2016

Oh My Aching Back

I have been working in the garden for a few hours

every day, and my back gets sore.

Aching Back

Aching Back

. That’s it. If that does not work, another

bright idea is cutting you open and fusing your

vertebrae together. Although surgery would be my

very last option, in some cases, it seems to help

for a few years before another part of your spine

fails. Yes, back pain is more prevalent than ever

and I believe stress is a big factor.

Have you ever thought that there is an emotional root

to your back pain? Well, there is! If you are

stressed out, have repressed rage, or financial

problems, those emotions can easily cause back

pain. It may sound ridiculous at first if you are

a back pain sufferer. Who would ever think that

every agonizing move you make might come from your

negative thoughts? Your emotions don’t necessarily

cause back pain, but they are a big part of the

problem. Have you ever worked in a job that you

didn’t like, or have been totally overwhelmed with

work or other heavy responsibilities? If the

answer is yes, you know it’s a pain in the back

and physical symptoms may be there as well.

There are five proven treatments for back pain

that I had a personal experience with:

1.      Acupuncture – It encourages the body to

cure itself and causes the system to increase the

release of natural painkillers.

2.      Neural therapy – We don’t hear much about

this treatment in the US, but it is used in Europe

with great success using local anesthetic

injections to remove pain, both short-term and

long-term. Neural therapy influences nervous,

muscular, hormonal, lymphatic and circulatory

regulations in the organism, the skeleton as well

as the digestive and excretory organs. The pain

can be immediately stopped via the form of the

“phenomena of seconds” very often.

3. Meditation – It promotes relaxation and builds

internal energy. It also helps to clear the mind

and to ease many health problems like stress,

depression, and anxiety, even anger. When you

relax into a meditative state, a back pain can

melt away.

4.  Massage – When done on a regular basis, it

reduces back pain and improves range of motion.

5. Gua Sha – It produces an anti-inflammatory and

immunoprotective effect on pain, stiffness, fever,

chill, cough, wheeze, nausea and vomiting. It has

been practiced in Asia for thousands of years and

has been very effective in acute and chronic

internal organ disorders including liver

inflammation in hepatitis. I have been using Gua

Sha in my clinic to clear pain and to relieve a

patient of colds and coughs.

These techniques and treatments can reduce your

back pain and, when combined with the program on

back pain


you can change your life forever.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and


Dr. Wu Dhi

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