Useful ResourcesBy Sally Ann Quirke | Filed under: Know your Spine
Useful Resources in Back Pain Management.
The following are some of the resources that many of my clients have found useful in the management of back pain. I have divided them into:
- Links to resources related to pain and injury management
- Links to resources related to specific sports and activities - resources that can help you develop a technique to prevent injury in the future.
Useful Back Pain Relief and injury recovery Websites:
The following are links to websites that I have found very informative and useful for back pain relief and recovery from sports and other injuries. I hope you will find them equally valuable.
www.craniosacral-therapy-healing.com CranioSacral Therapy is one of the healing modalities that I use frequently in my own physiotherapy practice. The reason is simple - it relies on a very light touch, and it gets results when it comes to the healing of back-related symptoms. Carina Collins is a Craniosacral therapist based in Cork, Ireland and she has put together an extensive website offering lot’s of detail on this particular approach as well as lots of case-studies - including approaches to using craniosacral therapy for back pain.
Tendonitis Expert. Joshua Tucker has a rather wonderful website dealing with a particularly painful subject - Tendonitis! You may know tendonitis as “Golfers Elbow”, “Tennis Elbow”, “Plantar Fasciitis”, or “Rotator Cuff Tendonitis” - all meaning the same condition, just in different locations. The nice thing about Joshua’s site is that he presents lots of answers to your questions - in the form of writen replies, ebooks and DVDs.
A visit to the Tendonitis Expert is well worth it!
www.lower-back-pain-toolkit.com This is a great resource site run by an old classmate of mine - Paula Fitzpatrick. On the surface the content may look quite similar to my own website, but you will find that Paulas’ style and approach are quite different - and I am quite happy to recommend this site as a place to continue your research on all things related to lower back pain.
www.alexandertechnique.com If you want to find out more about The Alexander Technique - I suggest that you visit this site . It is run by Robert Rickover who is a teacher of the Alexander Technique in Lincoln, Nebraska. You will find very useful background information for The Alexander Technique as well as lots of resources such as where to find a local teacher and workshops. Highly recommended!
www.howtocopewithpain.org This is a real interesting site - written by a psychiatrist who specialises in the treatment of chronic pain. However, the writer has a special empathy as she is a chronic pain sufferer also.
Useful Sports and other activities Websites:
The following are links to sports and other activities (gardening) websites that I recommend to my clients. I hope you will find them equally valuable.
www.running-mom.com You don’t have to be a Mom - or even be female - to get lot’s of great running tips and advice from Anna on her running-mom.com website. It’s packed with great information on how to stay healthy (and sane) while enjoying the wonderful exercise and pleasure of running.
Other Sites of Interest:
www.the-coaching-partnership.com Here is a resource that I have found invaluable in building my business - both offline and online - and may be of interest to other therapists and healthcare professionals who want to do the same. It’s a Business Coaching company run by Mike Collins and the nice thing is that you can sign up free for his weekly Business Coaching Tips - I have followed a number of his tips directly and it has had a great effect on my own business. Top quality, practical and profitable advice!
Are You a Webmaster? An Invitation:
If the users of your website would benefit from pain and sports injury management information - and you would like to exchange links with me, please paste the following link into your links page:
www.managebackpain.com - Manage Back Pain - For trusted back pain relief information. Hints and tips on back pain relief and management following injury. Expert advice from a Chartered Physiotherapist.
After doing so, send me mail so I can paste your site link into my links page as well (please just make sure that the content of your site is relevant!).
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