Back pain can begin suddenly and can be a short-term problem. However, if left untreated, it can develop into a chronic issue. Back pain is the leading contributor to missed work and the most common cause of work-related disability.

You'll learn powerful principles and strategies you can immediately apply to begin reducing your pain. Some of these strategies work over time, and others work immediately. Finally, you'll learn which works best for you, giving you the active and healthy lifestyle you deserve.

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  • Common back pain myths, and their real truths.
  • What to do if you're hesitant to move your back.
  • How to help prevent pain long-term.
  • Common sense advice from a doctor of physical therapy.

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Many people ask themselves, "Why don't I do what I say I'm going to do to help my back pain?" The answer is simple; people need reliable information and accountability. This checklist will walk you through how to do that.

A Process to Guide You

It's not enough to want to be out of back pain; you have to take action. You can take productive action when you have a process to follow. This checklist has the most up-to-date information, so you can stop your Google searches for 'low back pain cures.'

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About Dr. Amy Pakula

The founder of Momentum Physical Therapy, Amy is dedicated to the wellness of every person who walks through the door. She is a leading physical therapist and has a proven track record of quickly helping people recover from back, neck, headache, and migraine pain.