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Birthright1 02-12-2014 06:11 AM

Reversing Degenerative Disc Disease of the Back and Spine
 
http://www.biblelife.org/back.htm

Hello,
I have spent many years training and many years preventing injury by proper form and technique. With all of my hard work and strick form I thought that I would not have to worry about severe injuries that I have seen others get while training. I did not see this coming at all. I have had some problems with my back for a long time but always under control and I never over train and always allowed myself healing time. I recover fast and always have. I have spent a lot of time reading and studying about how to reverse or at least cope with and still train as I wish with this disease. While doing so I came across the site above and I have accompanied some of the ideas presented in my life to see if I have had positive changes in regards to my disk degeneration. Please if you have the time and you are interested or you suffer from this; look over the site and see what you think of the ideas presented. For me I have made quite a remarkable recovery so far; as the doctors and therapist cannot believe how much movement and strength that I have. I am able to do many inverted exercises while standing on my head with hands on the floor. Over all I am just looking for more discussion and ideas that I can experiment with to completely recover and continue my everlasting PUMP!!! Thanks for your time.

2ndWind 10-04-2014 02:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Birthright1 (Post 928003)
http://www.biblelife.org/back.htm

Hello,
I have spent many years training and many years preventing injury by proper form and technique. With all of my hard work and strick form I thought that I would not have to worry about severe injuries that I have seen others get while training. I did not see this coming at all. I have had some problems with my back for a long time but always under control and I never over train and always allowed myself healing time. I recover fast and always have. I have spent a lot of time reading and studying about how to reverse or at least cope with and still train as I wish with this disease. While doing so I came across the site above and I have accompanied some of the ideas presented in my life to see if I have had positive changes in regards to my disk degeneration. Please if you have the time and you are interested or you suffer from this; look over the site and see what you think of the ideas presented. For me I have made quite a remarkable recovery so far; as the doctors and therapist cannot believe how much movement and strength that I have. I am able to do many inverted exercises while standing on my head with hands on the floor. Over all I am just looking for more discussion and ideas that I can experiment with to completely recover and continue my everlasting PUMP!!! Thanks for your time.

Hi Birthright1,

I'm in a similar boat. I've had back fussion surgery. My lowest 2 disc have been fused together. I still have the same amount of pain in my lower and middle back after surgery. I did get relief tho from the sciatic nerve pain I was getting. So, I live in chronic pain night and day, it never resides. I have to stay on medication to aleviate the pain. I also do back injections in conjunction with the pain meds. I'll look at the site and see what it has to offer, thanks for recommending it.

jamesheller 10-17-2014 09:10 AM

It's great that you manage your physical fitness training with proper form and techniques for preventing injuries, only nobody knows about the bad times. It's nice for the recovery time of yours, if your recuperation period for an injury is fast it doesn't mean that you experiment with your body, it may be unsafe.I advised you to rely upon your previous workout and training because your body is used to it.

Robert625 10-24-2014 10:53 PM

I don't know whether this would help in your case. However, cetyl myristoleate can be helpful for disc pain caused by arthritis. It might help for injuries as well. I'm not sure. It is basically WD40 for the joints. I sent some to my 92-year old father who has suffered from severe neck pain. It provided some relief from the neck pain, and even more relief for the arthritis in his shoulder. You can order it online and it's not expensive. If you do a web search, you can find several helpful articles on it.


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