Acupressure For Lower Back Pain

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  1. Justin Baker

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    Hey y'all, I read this article this morning on the Science Daily website (alternative medicines) >LINK<. I learned about acupressure when I first came across the Natural Synergy system, and instantly felt it was beneficial! I reviewed it on my blog >HERE<.
    The article >HERE< is from August of last year, but I am pretty confident it still holds true today. I know one of my re-occurring issues is the pain in my lower back. Too much ditch digging as a teenager! LOL
     
  2. Pragmatist

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    Good morning Justin,

    I've had acupressure therapy but wasn't that impressed ... at least I just wasn't invigorated after the session. This was in China when I was working near a med school and was always invited to their classes - really so they could practice their English.

    What does work for me is the traditional Chinese medical massage therapy. After these real massages, I felt and worked better.

    After retiring and back in Virginia, I do much volunteer work with doctors, dentists, related, in Virginia Appalachia. Volunteers could receive a ~ half hour medical massage from med students (DO not MD degree candidates) from Tennessee's Lincoln Memorial University DeBusk College of Osteopathic Medicine. As of today, I would continue to pay money for one of the LMU med massages and forego my "free" Medicare annual Wellness exam.

    Acupressure works for some but just didn't for me.
     
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  3. robinwood01

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    Here is another article that shows you the benefits of performing self administered acupressure could indeed help lower back pain. I read it completely and found it quite interesting might even try it to be honest http://www.shrink-service.it/s/H8WsDe
     
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  4. F22 Simpilot

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    I'm on the fence and probably slightly over already since I really don't think some needles are going to make a herniation of a disk go away.

    For overall daily well-being, perhaps. Like drinking tea every day or even a cup a coffee once a day.
     
  5. Justin Baker

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    Acupressure doesn't use needles. that's actually why I prefer it! “The 2pm refresher” – better than strong coffee! Although I also drink coffee and tea.... as well as tons of various juices! I have a degenerative disk and I’d rather be spending $1,375 or more a year on something else (that was what I spent in 2018 on my back).
    Here's a good article from the Library of Medicine and Institute of health: >HERE<
    and from Science Daily >HERE<
     
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  6. Justin Baker

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    I also think a good massage, done right, is incredibly beneficial. Maybe our experience with acupressure was different? I found it to be like a massage session on hyper-drive! With a well done massage I feel refreshed and relaxed. With acupressure I feel refreshed and awake.
     
  7. Justin Baker

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    @robinwood01 - side note - when I click your shrink service links, after a time I do get to see where the link is supposed to go, but I can never get there.... I have found i have to copy and paste them onto a new search bar to see them...
     
  8. Justin Baker

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    ... and I never got a 60-day money back guarantee from big pharma ;)
     
  9. Blitz

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    I can't read your "adshinkit" pages unfortunately. :(
     
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