- Helps heal back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and sciatica
- Techniques are safe, simple and effective
- Detailed exercises to reduce negative emotions
- Methods to reduce physical tension
- Clearly describes connection between back pain and the mind
- What we create - we can cure.
For two decades, the author suffered from chronic back pain. She consulted doctors, endured X-rays and MRIs, went to physical therapy, and saw chiropractors over and over again. She visited acupuncturists and sports medicine practitioners. She took up yoga, bought ergonomic chairs and mattresses, but the result was always the same--continued pain and suffering.
Millions of people live with chronic back, shoulder, and muscle pain despite the best efforts of the medical community. Yet today, her pain is gone. Not just under control--completely cured.
The author achieved this near-miraculous feat through mind-body synergy, the powerful interaction between physical health and the brain. After learning of the connection between emotional stress and physical ailments, Obermark developed a simple, noninvasive method for curing chronic musculoskeletal pain--no doctors or physical therapists required.
Back Story reveals her simple solution to the back pain she'd endured for so many years, shared in the hope that others will be freed from their chronic pain. Of course, each case is different; but don't you owe it to yourself to try? Because everyone deserves a chance at a pain-free life.
About the author
Sherri Obermark is a native New Yorker whose travels eventually brought her to the picturesque city of Cincinnati, Ohio. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in English with a minor in film and television.
Obermark had a successful career in film, television, and cable television as an editor, master control operator, and studio camera operator, but her passion for computers led to a new career. She now writes computer validation documentation and manages computer-system testing efforts for government and commercial clients in the pharmaceutical industry.
An avid traveler, Obermark is a photographer, digital artist, and scuba diver. She enjoys spending time with her husband, son, family, friends, and three red tabby cats.