Treat Your Own Neck

Treat Your Own Neck Treat Your Own Neck

  • Title: Treat Your Own Neck
  • Author: Robin McKenzie
  • ISBN: 9780473002091
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Paperback
  • Treat Your Own Neck

    • Treat Your Own Neck By Robin McKenzie
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      Published :2019-04-18T20:21:10+00:00

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    295 thoughts on “Treat Your Own Neck”

    1. Pamphlet length book read not for fun. So granting this three stars prior to getting relief of the pain that has me home from work is an indication that I think it is written at a useful level and is likely to be of benefit. Also I am predisposed to liking it as my primary care physician, a woman I trust and enjoy working with, recommended it to me as I deal with a health issue. If you too have a pain in the neck, read this. Do the exercises.


    2. This book dealt with the McKenzie way of correcting neck pain. The McKenzie method focuses on changes and exercises that you can do at home, rather than going to a physical therapist. The pictures are well-done, and the chapters are short and easy-to-understand. I wish that this book was on Kindle.


    3. I wish I didn't have to read this book, but I did, so there you go. I think these exercises work and I'm glad the book was recommended to me. I think it could be improved in terms of layout and clarity, but the content is solid.


    4. I've had great success with the practices in this book, and have given copies to friends in pain, just like I've done with Pete Egoscue's book PAIN FREE.


    5. While this book may be a good solution for some, perhaps even many who have neck pain, this book also encourages exercises which can be quite harmful to some with disk issues or significant arthritis issues. It really seems like the author has found a system that works well for many, but then latched on to the idea that he had the "secret cure" for nearly everyone's neck and headache issues. All I can advise is to assess each recommended exercise quite carefully and to ease into them. You may fi [...]


    6. Тоненькая методичка, а не книга.Так что прочитать стоит каждому - объем невероятно маленький, но зато внятно описаны причины проблем с шеей и поясницей, и даны буквально полдюжины упражнений.Впрочем, как мне показалось, сами упражнения не важны. Важно обязательно минимум к [...]


    7. Neck back-forwardNeck back and side to side slightlyTurned right, center, turned left, centerNeck back-forwardNeck back and side to side slightlyForward hangThis has helped me a bit so far. In fact, here are some brief notes I am using to practice. (I would recommend reading this little booklet before trying to do these exercises from what one might imagine them to be.)I've seen descriptions or illustrations of similar exercises before. What Robin McKenzie did for me in this booklet, though, was [...]


    8. As with all the McKenzie protocols, a wonderful help, best used with the advice of a physical therapist. Clear explanations of basic anatomy, causes of pain, exercises to prevent and treat pain, as well as postural modifications necessary to remain pain-free.


    9. In this book you will learn about the McKenzie method. You will learn what lordosis is and about centralization. Then you will be given seven exercises. The 1st one is really the basis for all of them and some people may only need to do as few as three of them.


    10. After a year of pain and disturbed sleep due to neck and upper back pain from a herniated disc, the exercises in this book have helped me be pain-free for the past few years. I highly recommend it for anyone with similar issues.


    11. I can obviously evaluate it fully only after several weeks of treatment, but right now seems like the one I´ve been looking for.





    12. Exercises to help your neck feel awesome! It's essentially everything PT has tried to get me to do, but without having to go to the appointments.


    13. Good advice on posture and stretching exercises to relieve (and prevent) neck pain. Clearly written with lots of photos. There is a companion volume called Treat your own back.




    14. After a year of chiropractic therapy my neck was nearly healed, but not fully. This book took me the last portion to full recovery. I can't recommend it highly enough.



    15. A good book, and helpful for considering body mechanics and healthy ergonomic practices as well as useful stretches for both recovery and prevention of neck pain.


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