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Understand your back pain in a whole new way and break the cycle forever. Until recently both doctors and patients have misunderstood its true causes and have unwittingly fostered the pain cycle. in counseling psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His bout with chronic back pain was resolved using the methods in this book. He currently lives in Arlington, Massachusetts.

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Dr. Siegel lives with his wife in Lincoln. He regularly uses the practices in this book to work with his own busy, unruly mind. Other Books and Videos by Dr. Siegel

Siegel teaches internationally about mindfulness and psychotherapy and mind–body treatment, has worked for many years in community mental health with inner-city children and families, and maintains a private practice in Lincoln, Massachusetts. Back Sense: A Revolutionary Approach to Halting the Cycle of Chronic Back Pain Ronald D. Siegel, Michael H. Urdang, and Douglas R. Johnson Broadway Books, 2002.

A Revolutionary Approach to Halting the Cycle of Chronic Back Pain. Understand your back pain in a whole new way and break the cycle forever. A Revolutionary Approach to Halting the Cycle of Chronic Back Pain. By Dr. Siegel, Michael Urdang and Dr. Johnson.

ronald D. urdang and. Is your back killing you ? Back Sense presents a new treatment approach for chronic back pain based on recent scientific advances which show that most chronic back pain is caused by stress, fear, muscle tension, and inactivity, rather than by damage to the spine. It is a step-by-step program that includes activity, exercise, and techniques to work with fear of movement and other stress in your life.

Understand your back pain in a whole new way and break the cycle forever

Understand your back pain in a whole new way and break the cycle forever. Back Sense is the groundbreaking book that promises to change the way we approach the problem by proving that almost all chronic back pain is caused by stress and muscle tension, rather than by damage to the spine.

What I discovered through the Back Sense approach, was that the cure lay in three areas: The first, and most important, is the awareness.

book by Ronald D. About 50 million Americans suffer back pain every year, and chronic back pain disables 1 in 40 adults. The authors go on to explain how to stop this cycle of muscle tension by changing the way you think about the problem. They explain how a belief in a damaged spine is sabotaging your efforts to be painfree. What I discovered through the Back Sense approach, was that the cure lay in three areas: The first, and most important, is the awareness that I should not fear the pain as something that was about to cripple me as it had done in the past.