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  • I want to thank you for your online tips for not only myself but for those I will be using with my patients in the future. Five days ago I experienced a different type of lower back pain that was exactly the flexion induced lower back problem you describe on your site. The one thing I had realized is that I had no kept current with best information and rehab information and just thought spinal adjustments were the key to maintaining a healthy spine along with some exercise BUT I did not realize some of the exercises I had been doing and those I had been telling patients to do were wrong.  This new information gives me an excited forecast of the future versus a depressed outlook on what the future might hold. So grateful for your site and now excited about the prospect of building a healthy back.
    Dr. Ed L.Member