Hundreds of millions of people around the world suffer from
back pain. Studies show that 4 in 12 people will experience
some form of severe or chronic back pain in their lives. I
guess that’s why you see a chiropractor’s office on every
block. Yet, all these chiropractors can’t seem to
permanently reduce or eliminate back pain for the majority
of sufferers.

Now, don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying chiropractors can’t
help you with your back pain. But the truth is, they can’t
do anything for you that you can’t do for yourself. While
most back pain sufferers fork over hundreds or thousands to
their chiropractor, you can cure your own back pain simply
by learning a few simple exercises and stretching

What chiropractors learn to do in chiropractor school is to
make your back symmetrical. But regaining symmetry in your
back can be done at home in your bed or in your living room
as well as at the chiropractor’s office.

Why is it so important to keep your back symmetrical? Well,
try keeping your feet and hips stationary and bending your
back to the right or left. Now try walking around and going
about your daily routine with your unbalanced back. It
makes everything you do harder, not to mention the fact
that it becomes uncomfortable or painful after a short

Your back is not meant to maintain the posture of the
Leaning Tower of Pisa. Without symmetry in your spine, your
entire body can become unbalanced. An unsymmetrical back
not only causes back pain and discomfort, but also affects
the normal functioning of many other parts of your body.

But like I said, with the right routine of exercise and
stretching, your back will return to perfect symmetry,
reducing and eliminating pain, and helping your entire body
to run better, without a single visit to the chiropractor.

Author's Bio: 

Richard Convery is the author of “Back for Life,” therevolutionary guide to relieving back pain safely andnaturally. Learn specially developed techniques, exercises,and stretches in this unique and celebrated guide togetting a healthy back. For more information, visit: or email for 25 FREE Tips on Back PainReduction Techniques.