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AMPLIFY: News + Discussion

Learn more about achieving back pain emancipation - how to amplify your Body Guitar - with news and discussion you can share updated here.

Biking Across the Katy TrailAmong the many good things that occur as a result of back pain liberation - which occurs by keeping your Body Guitar® in tune - is the opportunity to expand your life with fuller and more fulfilling life experiences.

As an example, sports medicine and back pain expert Dr. Sean Wheeler points to the story of Riding Across Missouri on the Katy Bike Trail, discussed in The Pack, the blog of Merrell footwear company, maker of high-performance hiking boots:

The Katy gets its name from the old MKT [Missouri-Kansas-Texas] railroad that formerly occupied its length. The right-of-way was purchased by the state and the completed bike trail was opened in 1996.

Sometimes jokingly referred to as the narrowest state park in the country, the Katy’s relatively flat, crushed limestone surface stretches from Clinton, Missouri in the west to St Charles in the east.

In 2011 the eastern Trail terminus was extended another 25 miles to Machens, Missouri, for a total Trail length of 240 miles.

While The Pack story discusses the adventure of biking the Katy Trail over three-days, for which you may learn more about accomodations, food and drink, and needed gear at, your UPRISE from back pain can also include expeniences taking less time and even more enjoyable. Anything becomes possible, when you become unlocked from the cycle of recurring pain.

Read more of what is possible as you develop a new understanding of the body as the finely tuned instrument it is – as not only your body, but as your Body Guitar - and the new medical “orchestration” for your Body Guitar - Tune Me® - to achieve your liberation from back pain.

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If you have ever had back pain, you know how serious and debilitating the pain can be. For many, back pain is a constant and crippling ailment. Back pain, quite literally, ruins lives. And the problem is rampant and growing.

In the United States alone, the economic impact of low back pain exceeds $100 billion in total costs each year

Up to 80 percent of Americans will experience significant back pain at some point in their lives. Many of them will go on to experience chronic back pain.

Annually, 15 percent of all adults are treated for problems related to back pain, such as herniated discs, spinal stenosis, lumbar pain, facet joint pain, and the list goes on.

Is there hope these numbers may be decreased anytime soon?

Says sports medicine and back pain expert Dr. Sean Wheeler, for low back pain hope has a new name, found in the title of his new book:


[Image source: Dr. Erbil Durson]

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Until now, few studies systematically examine what really works against repeated back pain and what doesn’t.

Gretchen Reynolds, NYTimes Well blog

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