Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Back Pain Review and Giveaway (3 Winners, US & Canada)

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Back Pain

I am no stranger to Back Pain. I have had pain in my back since I got pregnant with my daughter over 7 years ago. For some reason it just never went away. This is something I would never wish on anyone as lower back pain is horrible!

I was happy to review Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Back Pain because I know this is an issue that many of you might have. It is also unlike any other Chicken Soup for the Soul book I have ever read and I was surprised they even had one for back pain. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Say Goodbye to Back Pain is written by Dr. Julie Silver of Harvard Medical School and also has other stories from others just like you and I. You will learn ways to help your back feel better and how to deal with flare-ups and chronic pain.

On The Back

Back and neck problems can be debilitating. This book will help. Through proper exercise, common-sense living, and a positive attitude, you can overcome injuries and maintain a healthier back and neck.

Read stories from people just like you who have learned how to manage their back and neck issues, and recover from injuries. Dr. Silver’s practical explanations and tips will help you stay flexible and pain-free. You’ll read about:

Preventative exercises to ward off problems, with easy-to-follow instructions and diagrams.

How to protect your body every day to maintain good back health.

How to think like a doctor and get the right diagnosis.

How to use your mind to reduce pain and injuries.

How to pick the correct course of treatment and the right medical professionals to help you.

Clear explanations and diagrams to help you understand your anatomy.

What to expect during physical therapy, surgery, and other procedures.

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Comments

  1. Dianna Thomas says:

    Yes dailey–of course some days are worse than other– and I HATE PILLS

  2. Dianna Thomas says:

    I blogged here for you–https://www.facebook.com/dianna.thomas.7

  3. Dianna Thomas says:
  4. Sandi Roy says:

    I suffer from Back Pain daily. Some days are better than others but many are more painful

  5. Shannon V says:

    Yes I see a chiropractor 2x a wee.

  6. “Suffer from back pain” is putting it mildly! After 2 cervical fusions, 2 lumbar fusions plus another lumbar surgery to remove bone a spur, permanent nerve damage, arthritis, Chronic Pain Syndrome, fibromyalgia, etc., I KNOW BACK PAIN. I would love to learn more/better ways of dealing with back pain. Thanks for the giveaway!! =)

  7. I haven’t heard of this version of the Chicken Soup for the Soul. Sounds like it’s worth a try.

  8. I have suffered from back pain for many years. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia many years ago.

  9. Suzanne Ds says:

    Yes, back pain gives me sleepless nights 🙁
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  10. andalene says:

    Lots of it – I have about a handful of diseases that contribute to pain in general, too long to list and describe. my hubby also had a tumor on his spinal cord so he still suffers from back pain after having it removed about nine yrs ago.

  11. I definitely do but mostly in my shoulders – my poor husband gets severe lower back pain…

  12. Most nights

  13. Serena Lewis says:

    I hurt everyday from back pain. I had a broken back from age 11-13 yrs old first found out in 2001 had first back fusion. failed due to not being braced right. Had 2 screws come loose and fused again with out rods or screws so in failed too in 2005. I know back pain I use a TENS machine an prayer to help ease it.

  14. No, I don’t suffer from back pain but my dad does and I’d love to share this book with him.

  15. I’m bending over everyday at work in our warehouse. I am definitely going to give this a read. Thanks for the great review!!!

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