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Back Pain & Neck Pain: DIY Methods to Heal

Back Pain & Neck Pain: DIY Methods to Heal
Back Pain & Neck Pain: DIY Methods to Heal

Back Pain & Neck Pain: DIY Methods to Heal

A specialist in orthopedics teaches easy-to-do exercises that help treat neck and back pain.

What you’ll learn

Back Pain & Neck Pain: DIY Methods to Heal

  • Each of us should have a basic understanding of how our bones and muscles work.
  • Recognize the reasons why muscles hurt.
  • An expert orthopedic surgeon will teach you the DIY (Do It Yourself) way to reduce pain with basic exercises.
  • Through empowering exercises, discover how to strengthen your body’s muscles.
  • Learn how to relieve neck and back pain on your own.


  • No previous knowledge is necessary.


Do you spend a lot of time on your laptop? Do you often find yourself on your smartphone? Is there any other kind of sedentary job that requires you to stay in one position for a long time?

If you answer “YES” to one or more of the aforementioned questions, you are more prone to having muscle symptoms such as lower back pain, shoulder discomfort, neck pain, knee pain, etc.

The World Health Organization says that 1.7 billion people around the world have musculoskeletal conditions.

Are the only treatments for our medicines and operations? Not much, if you take action to stop it or address it while the condition is still in its early stages.

Dr. Mruthyunjaya describes several extremely simple exercises that may be used to prevent, control, and even cure the disease. He is one of Southern India’s most renowned orthopedic surgeons. He is now in charge of the orthopedics department at JSS Medical College and Hospital in Mysore, India.

You will have learned the following things at the conclusion of the course:

  • Regularly exercising all the muscles in your body that are connected to your lower back discomfort can help.
  • These stretches will help you become more elastic and flexible.
  • Stabilization exercises might help to strengthen the deep muscles in the spine.
  • Avoiding injuries that aren’t necessary can help you protect your spine and keep it healthy as you go about your daily life.
  • Exercises that promote empowerment may help you strengthen your muscles.

Happy Studying!

Who this course is for:

  • Housewives, senior citizens, those who spend a lot of time on computers and often check their phones
  • Anybody who is now suffering from neck and back discomfort.


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