Natural Remedy For Low Back Pain

Kathryn Merrow on March 18th, 2012

What causes pain in your low back?  And how can you get rid of it naturally? I recorded a teleseminar about this very thing.  There is no cost and you don’t have to sign up for anything. It’s kind of lengthy but it does share lots of helpful information. You will discover the causes of […]


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Kathryn Merrow on June 18th, 2011

What’s the most common cause of lower back pain?  Well, there are actually TWO common causes. Cause #1:  Collapsed or slouching posture.  We are supposed to have a nice, easy curve behind your waist that goes toward your tummy.  When we collapse forward, we lose that nice curve. Cause #2.  Too much curve in the […]


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Kathryn Merrow on June 6th, 2011

Your gluteal muscles (your powerful buttock muscles) can cause pain in your hips, sacroiliac joints, your legs, lower back and feet. You can massage your own gluteals (or glutes, for short) and it’s pretty easy.  A tennis ball or similar ball that is quite firm is the tool you can use.  This ball will cause […]


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Kathryn Merrow on January 10th, 2011

Lower back pain?  Last time we talked about a simple method to relieve your low back pain.  Here’s Part Two. The last lower back pain relief article ( <–click here to read) said to lay on the floor with your legs at 90 degree angles at the hip and knee. Both calves were supported on […]


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Kathryn Merrow on January 8th, 2011

When your lower back hurts, it might just feel like a little muscle strain or you may have much more uncomfortable pain than that. Whether it hurts a little or a lot, here’s a simple way to relax the muscles in your lower back: Note:  Please read everything before you try this. It involves getting […]


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Kathryn Merrow on November 6th, 2010

You can relax your lower back with gentle, subtle movements.  In fact, that may be the BEST way to find muscle pain relief. Here’s some background: When you were born you were curled into a rounded-back position, kind of like a little ball.   After a little while you began to stretch your arms and legs.  […]


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Kathryn Merrow on September 29th, 2010

When your lower back muscles are tight, they are not in the mood to stretch or be stretched.  But gentle, repetitive, tiny movements can help them relax. If you have pain in your lower back small movements work better than trying to “stretch it out.” I’m looking at a device in a catalog that helps […]


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