New EBook is Back Friendly
Invest In Your Vertebrae: A Comprehensive Guide To Back Care, a new-release eBook from writer Judith Casey, fills a void on the already full-shelf of back books. ItÂs 100 fact-filled pages connect you to a wealth of back services without the hype of cure-all promises. Highlights include a review of 31 therapies; important pain control clinics, techniques and support groups; and back-friendly products. The art of the eBook offers hyperlink access to back and pain Web sites and dynamic links for speedy cross-referencing.
(PRWEB) July 19, 2003
Exeter, New Hampshire--July 17, 2003--Invest in Your Vertebrae: A Comprehensive Guide to Back Care, a new-release eBook from writer Judith Casey currently featured on www. eBookAd. com, fills a void on the already full-shelf of back books. Organized to be handy like the Yellow Pages but fact-filled, this practical eBook opens your eyes to a wealth of back services without the hype of cure-all promises. The rest is up to you. As Casey writes in her forward: ÂIt is my hope that familiarity with the broad range of back care options will make you a wiser consumer and better judge of the services offered.Â
The big picture (all 100 pages of it) is now yours to mull over and reconsider, made easier by the art of the eBook which gives you hyperlink connections to back and pain Web sites and dynamic links for speedy cross-referencing. Review the basics of a back exam so you can better judge Âwhat your doctor is, or is not, doing.Â Check out 31 therapies and rethink your treatment options: full-recovery, comprehensive, traditional, innovative, quirky, and occasionally daring.
Your back health gets special attention here in other ways too. A review of pain control clinics, techniques and support groups is reassuring. If you take your back fitness seriously (or plan to someday) there is a review of 25 serious books and exercise videos to spark your interest. And a reprint of the landmark 1994 Government Guideline for treating acute low-back pain clears up several popular misconceptions.
Smart suggestions for protecting the back also bolster your patient IQ. Casey connects you to the latest thinking on osteoporosis; to a small shopping-list of back-friendly chairs, supports, mattresses, and portables (for comfort and support on the go); and not incidentally, to an enlightened way to stoop that adds safety, as well as a touch of grace, to activities that can threaten your back umpteen times a day.
Among the many footnotes that pop up throughout the eBook, one is a stand out. It explains a simple test, the MaigneÂs test, that any doctor can use to gauge your health risk from the chiropractor neck adjustment. Casey herself only recently ran across it, and although she says she has never flinched from the adjustment, she appears happy to know about the MaigneÂs. You will be too.
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