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Did You Ever Dream of Waking Up Bursting with Energy Without Any Sign of Golf Back Pain?

Did You Ever Wonder if There Are Ways on How to Get Rid of Back Pain?

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YES!, there are Back Pain Relief techniques you can use to get rid of your Golf Back Pain!

For Any Golfer Who Are Ready To Say "Goodbye” To Lower Back Pain From Golf Swing,

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BACK PAIN

DOESN'T HAVE TO
BE YOUR NORMAL

You can relieve your golf back pain without drugs or surgery!

Discover How This Golfer Found the Proven Treatment of His Lower Back Pain

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Back Pain Is the Most Common Golfing Injury, And these Are the Most Common Back Injuries Associated with Golf.

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If you suffer from severe back pain, then this golfer’s story will surely inspire you.

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I am Jay Burner, and I’m a golfer. Years ago, I felt a sharp and severe pain in my lower back.

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After an MRI, the problem was diagnosed as a herniated disc between the L5 and L6 vertebrae.

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I was told this was a very common spot for this to happen. And that medication, some rest and possibly some physical therapy would help.

The conservative orthopedic surgeon was hesitant to operate, citing my level of pain and my ability to still get around.

The medication did help. And despite occasional flare-ups all was well. Until I felt intense pain while doing strenuous work.

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This time the MRI showed that the disc was “obliterated” and there was nerve impingement between the vertebrae. (The doctor’s words, not mine.)

The initial sharp pain subsided. But I was left with a lower back which I had to be extremely careful with.

My sleep was disrupted. I had to give up most strenuous physical activity. My yard work was limited to what little I could do.

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On several occasions, I had to miss work because of back pain.

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At times the pain was so bad, I was unable to get out of the chair or get out of bed.  It made it very difficult to do routine, daily things.

I went to a physical therapist for 6-12 weeks. That didn’t seem to help much.

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Worst of all, I had to give up golf. 

Unfortunately, I could no longer make that turn necessary to make a decent golf swing.

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It simply was too painful to continue to try to play.

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No lifting, no golf, poor sleep and even standing for more than 20 minutes was painful.

The Golfer’s Lower Back Pain Recovery Journey

Back in 2008, I met Ian Hart.

On a whim, I showed him my doctor’s report and MRI. He put me on his program right away.

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To my surprise, I felt improvement in just a few weeks. That said, the improvement has been significant, and my quality of life has greatly improved.

Today, I am able to play golf again. At least twice a week.

My game has come back and I am enjoying it much more than I ever have.

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I’m able to drive the ball further than I did 20 years ago. And strike the ball probably better than I ever have.

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Regardless of whether you have back pain or not, if you’d want to be active in golf or tennis, I think Ian’s program would help anybody’s lifestyle.

I golf, play tennis, garden and even remodel homes. And best of all, I now sleep much better.

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In addition to my back improvement, I am now much stronger.

My doctor even commented that my lifestyle is keeping me healthy and that I’m now in much better shape.

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Thank you, Ian!”

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Jay Burner Beaufort, SC

How did Ian Hart Help Jay on His Lower Back Pain Recovery.

These 8 movements are totally unlike “the sheets” of exercises you get from chiropractors or doctors.

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Instead, they “wake up” certain muscles and restore muscle balance.

That’s the key.

Then in certain areas of his back, Ian’s movements jump-started pathways so vital oxygen and nutrition could get in and help him heal.

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That’s the holistic way to relieve and remove back pain.

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In Jay’s case, it took just a few weeks. And that’s not uncommon.

Yes, there ARE ways to get out of Golf Back Pain, such as:

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They don’t require medication, surgery or injections. They don’t require months of physiotherapy.

You just have to restore your body’s natural functional movement and muscle balance and allow it to heal naturally.

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To find out more, watch Ian’s free video.

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There are no drugs or surgery required for Ian’s method to work. No chiropractic adjustments either.

It’s a simple, straightforward process that gives hope to thousands that they too can exercise and be fit again.

The great thing is you don’t have to spend hours in physical therapy.

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Are You Ready To Say “Goodbye” To Golf Back Pain?