Pain in your upper back always has a cause.  It doesn’t happen “just because you’re getting old.”  It happens because your body is complaining.

Usually, it’s your muscles that are complaining!

The roles of muscles in causing pain are very commonly overlooked in the conventional medical field.  Your doctor was trained to treat symptoms with medication and surgery.  That is how most doctors were educated in most medical schools.

But there are steps you can take to prevent back pain and to get rid of back pain, simply and naturally.

When you discover the most common causes of your upper back pain you can get to work getting rid of those troublesome knots, spasms and burning sensations.

When your muscles are happy again they will stop complaining.

They will be saying:  “Ahhh!  Finally I am back in the neutral position that I love.  Nothing is pulling on me anymore.  This is the first vacation I have had in a long time.”

Oh, you didn’t know muscles can talk?

Almost every time you have pain or other uncomfortable sensations, that is the voice of a muscle talking to you.  You can quiet their noisy little (or loud) voices by figuring out what they are complaining about and changing it.

You do have a smart body!  It wants to be well.  And you CAN have natural pain relief (not just “pain management”) for those miserable knots in your back .

That is why I wrote a special report called “Five Steps To Get Rid Of Those Miserable Knots In Your Upper Back” (<– you can claim your copy by clicking on the link if you want to know more about the report) or by filling in your first name and your primary e-mail address in the box on the right hand side of this page.

The report will be sent to your e-mail box very quickly.

I’m looking forward to helping you get rid of the knots in your shoulders or neck or your upper back pain.

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