Do you suffer from chronic or occasional headaches, neck and shoulder pain, low back pain or knee pain?
Have you been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, tennis or golfer’s elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, TMJ, plantar faciitis, thoracic outlet syndrome or sciatica?
Would you like to cure your neuromuscular pain without surgery or drugs?
"Live Pain Free without Drugs or Surgery" offers a practical, proven, easy-to-follow program (Integrated Positional Therapy) to reduce and even eliminate chronic muscular pain in only minutes a day through simple exercises and movements that anyone can do.
Written in a clear and user-friendly manner, "Live Pain Free without Drugs or Surgery" includes detailed descriptions and photos of the exercises to make the exercises very easy to follow at home. The book offers valuable information on basic body care along with individual treatment protocols for eleven of the most common conditions that cause people to seek medical attention.
Developed by neuromuscular therapist Lee Albert, NMT, Integrated Positional Therapy (IPT) incorporates techniques such as Strain/Counterstrain, Muscle Energy Technique, stretching and home care to re-align the body’s structure and relieve pain caused by structural imbalances. IPT effectively treats pain patterns caused by injury, stress, repetitive strain, postural distortion and chronic neuromuscular conditions.
Live Pain Free – Radio Interview with Lee Albert
In this informative 30 minute interview with Tracey Mahon of WBCR’s Good Stuff Happening, you’ll hear Lee Albert, author of Live Pain-free Without Drugs or Surgery, explain how our bodies get ‘crooked’ and into pain, and how to get ‘uncrooked’ and out of pain. After sharing the fundamentals of his Positional Therapy techniques to relieve chronic pain, Lee teaches three exercises: a release for shoulder pain, how to set up a healthy, proper sitting position at work and pain relief techniques for people with foot pain or plantar fasciitis.
Click here to watch a video on how to eliminate or reduce the pain caused by improper driving and computer positions.
"Thank you for this helpful video. Lee's information and demonstrations are a great reminder about the relationship between sitting posture and neck/shoulder pain. I'm going to keep it on my computer desktop as a handy reference in case I revert to sloppy sitting and need a refresher."
Click OK to read the September 2013 Integrated Positional Therapy Newsletter