This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol has been designed to help your body overcome the pain and discomfort associated with a chronic back ache.
Are you or someone you love suffering from back pain and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including back pain with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our back pain sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our Back Pain sound therapy helps by:
- Decrease or minimize occurrence of stabbing or shooting pain that can spread down to the leg and the foot
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Short Description of Back Pain
Back pain is a common medical condition that millions of people have experienced all over the world. It is usually minor and improves within a few days, weeks, and at times months. The pain is more common in the lower back (lumbago) of the body but it can occur anywhere along the spine, from the neck down and to the hips.
Symptoms of Back Pain
- Dull aching sensation felt in the lower back
- Stabbing or shooting pain that can spread down to the leg and the foot
- Inability to stand straight because of the pain
- Decreased range of motion and lowered ability to flex the back
- About Back Pain
Based on data from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, about 75-85 percent of Americans will experience some kind of back pain sometime in their lifetime and over 50% will have more than one episode within a year. Back pain more particularly lumbago or lower back pain is not a disorder but is actually a symptom of several different kinds of medical problems in the body. It usually results from a problem with one or more parts of the lower back such as the ligaments, muscles, nerves and the bony structures that comprise the spine known as vertebral bodies. The condition may arise also due to health problems with nearby organs and tissues such as the kidneys. Healing can be achieved through conventional and alternative approaches such as sound therapy.
Most types experienced by patients are what we call “non-specific” meaning there is really no obvious cause or it could be “mechanical” in nature as the pain may have originated from the joints, bones, or soft tissue around the spine. The pain experienced can be acute or chronic. If it persists the condition can lead to all sorts of health problems. Therapy is based on determining the cause of the pain. This kind of pain usually:
- Gets better or worse depending on your position – for instance, it may feel better if you are lying on your back completely,
- It often feels worse when you are moving
- May develop suddenly or over time
- Is sometimes due to poor posture or lifting something incorrectly, but more often than not, happens for no specific reason
- It could be as a result of a minor injury such as a sprain (pulled ligament) or strain (pulled muscle)
- It may be due to feeling stressed
- Normally begins to get better after a few weeks
Medical Conditions That Cause Back Pain
This refers to a disc of cartilage in the spine that presses on a nerve. Patients experience pain and numbness as well as tingling and weakness in other parts of the body. This can be a chronic condition that requires immediate medical attention and therapy.
This refers to the irritation of the nerve that course from the lower back all the way to the feet. Patients experience pain, numbness, tingling sensation and weakness on the lower back, buttocks, legs and feet.
This is a condition where there is swelling of the joints of the spine. Patients feel pain and stiffness that is much worse in the morning but improves with movement.
This is a condition wherein a bone in the spine slips out of position. It can cause lower back pain and stiffness including numbness and a tingling sensation.
Very rarely, the cause of the pain may be a sign of a serious problem such as:
- Fractured spine bone
- Cauda Equina syndrome (severe nerve compression of the lower back)
- Some types of cancer such as multiple myeloma
It is important to seek the advise of a health care provider if you experience pain associated with these symptoms:
- Loss of bowel or bladder control
- Numbness, tingling and weakness in one or both legs
- Pain after the onset of trauma such as a fall or a blow in the back
- Intense, constant pain that gets worse at night
- Unexplained weight loss
- Pain associated with a throbbing sensation in the abdomen
Diagnosis of Back Pain
Usually, a physical exam by your doctor is all that is needed to diagnose back pain. During the exam, patients will be asked to:
- Walk and stand
- Range of motion of the spine
- Strength of the legs
- Detect sensation in your legs.
If your doctor suspects a more serious or chronic condition he might order other tests such as:
- Complete blood count or urinalysis to check for underlying problems
- X-rays of the spine in order to check for alignment of the bones as well as look for any breaks
- CT Scan or MRI to assess the disks, muscles, ligaments, nerves and blood vessels
- Bone scan to check for abnormalities in the bone tissue
- EMG or electromyogram to check for nerve conduction
- Back Pain Prevention
Here are some helpful tips on how to prevent back pain.
Carry Stuff Less
Heavy items can have a negative effect on your back such as large, bulky briefcases, suitcases and purses may add unnecessary stress to your neck and spine. Do try to reduce what you need to carry and use bags that can distribute the weight more equally like a backpack. If possible, use a bag with wheels in order to keep the weight off your spine and back completely.
You can exercise the muscles in and around your abdomen and back in order to help keep you upright as well as carry you through physical activities. By strengthening them you can reduce the likelihood of pain, strain or injury to your back.
Improve Your Posture
It is a proven fact that poor posture can place unnecessary pressure and strain on your spine, over time this can lead to pain and eventually lead to chronic pain and damage. Always remind yourself to roll back rounded shoulders, sit upright and just avoid slouching.
Sound Therapy and Back Pain
We all know how sound can affect mood and for thousands of years, sounds have been used to effect healing on different kinds of diseases including back pain. Sound therapy make use of different sound frequencies to help balance the body and restore it back to its healthy state. Healing through sound is well-established. The effect of sound therapy is both mental and physical. What makes sound therapy very appealing to effect true healing is largely because of its non-invasive nature. Patients need to just listen to certain frequencies designed for specific conditions and they can feel the difference almost at once. Sound therapy is also effective because it tends to target the source of the pain. There is a recent study in the journal Nature about the impact sound has on how patients perceive the pain on their back. Tuning the body to vibrate at the correct frequency is essential to produce healing and reducing the symptoms of pain.