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Uprise: Back Pain Liberation, by Tuning Your Body Guitar

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What if everything you think you know about chronic back pain were wrong? Despite forty years of breakthroughs in medical science, patients suffering from chronic lower back pain are not getting better. When treatments fail, we must ask ourselves - what is fundamentally wrong? UPRISE shines a spotlight on debilitating chronic back pain and asks the big question - why aren' ...more
Hardcover, 222 pages
Published August 18th 2015 by Bodyguitar
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Sports medicine expert Dr. Sean Wheeler has long been obsessed with pain.

How pain affects the human body. And how pain, or lack of it, affects human behavior, athletic competitiveness, and everyday quality of life whether for the athlete, or for you.

This obsession turned passion is what provoked a career investigating pain, which led to a new way of thinking about – and treating – low back pain, a
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