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Muscle pain relief in 90 seconds : the fold and hold method
Anderson, Dale L., 1933-
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Publication Information:
New York : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., [1995]

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148 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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Includes index.
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Grand Island Library RM724 .A52 1995C Adult Non-Fiction Open Shelf

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Relieve your Muscle Pain in Seconds! You're now only 90 seconds away from getting rid of many of your muscle pains, completely drug free! If you suffer from back pain, tennis or golfer's elbow, head or neck pain, wrist pain, shin splints, carpal tunnel syndrome, or many other common muscle aches, Dr. Dale Anderson's innovative ""Fold and Hold"" technique can help! ""Fold and Hold"" combines simple, safe, biomechanical self-treatment with the natural healing powers of the human body. The result is muscle pain relief in 90 seconds. Here are just a few of the benefits:
* You can do it yourself--no need for expensive tests or ""fixes"" from physicians, physical therapists, or chiropractors.
* It's comfortable--remove your tender spots by finding a non-painful position.
* It's convenient--can be done anywhere, anytime. No appointment needed.
* It provides extended pain relief by treating the cause of the pain, not the symptom.
* It requires no drugs, dietary supplements, special instruments, or machines.
Muscle Pain Relief in 90 Seconds clearly teaches the right moves to ease over 20 muscle problems, from a stiff neck to ankle pain. This revolutionary method is a must for everyone with muscle twinges and aches.

Table of Contents

An Introduction To Fold And Hold
The Child Shall Lead Us
Rediscovering Your Internal Healer
What this Book Covers
Approaching Pain in a New Way
How to Use this Book
Principles Of Fold And Hold
How Fold and Hold Came About
Unlocking the Mystery of Muscle Spasm
Fold and Hold in Four Steps
How Pain Occurs in Daily Life
Fold and Hold is not Always the Answer
Listen to Your Bodya's Signals
Zeroing In On Aches And Pains
How this Chapter is Organized
Getting our Terms Straight
Working with Your Personal Physician
Common Questions-And Answers
Avoiding Future Problems
Stretching and Strengthening
Using the Relaxing Stretch
Stretching Scar Tissue
Maintaining a Healthful Sitting Posture
Using a Lumbar Roll
Exercises to Improve Posture
Caring for Your Back
Why Discs Move Around
A Short History of Back Arching
Benefits of Back Arching
Get Back Your Youthful Back
A Safe Position for Cooling Down
A 30-second Back-Arching Exercise
Allowing Yourself Some Pain
Pain and the Brain
Living with Pain
Good Pains and Bad Pains
The Last Word

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