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Discussion in 'Structured Educational Program' started by daniebama, Jun 4, 2020.

  1. daniebama

    daniebama New Member

    I just wrote my osteopath and my fisiotherapist to tell them i am finished with them,that i want to try Dr. Sarno´s therapy because,after a year of lowback pain...i am really TIRED of listening things like "cronic,problem with your back,be careful,the long "don´t do that" list,etc....
    it has been two weeks since i read Dr. Sarn´s books,i read about a lot of people who became pain free after that (not my case at the moment)...but,to be honest,if i found something positive about chronic pain..it´s that your patience becomes strong like a buddhist monk...
    So i start here,and i hope in a future i will be able to say "Ey I am Dani,and thanks to Dr. Sarno´s therapy and this group..i have no pain on my back anymore!!" God,it´s nice jsut to write it down,i cannot imagine what it would be to really feel it...
    thank you
  2. kimbob369

    kimbob369 New Member

    Hi Daniel! You are in the right place! I too just barely found this place a little over a month ago. I have Dr Sarno's "Healing Back Pain" which I hope you have or will read, and am now reading "The great pain Deception from Steve Ozanich.
    UM surgery .. NO.. They tried to get me to have major spine fusion surgery at age 46 due to severe scoliosis of the spine. BEST decision I ever made to decline.So many people have it worse after their surgeries.Today at age 61 I have minimal pain in my back, but am dealing with other pain. Currently, I have been trying to get rid of my feet pain which has been driving me crazy, but from what I have learned one key is to defocus on the body as it is generated in the mind.You will find lots of support in these forums. just read the success stories to be uplifted!
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  3. ssxl4000

    ssxl4000 Well known member

    Good luck and don't worry if it takes a while before you notice any progress. Some people feel better right away, some people take months. Either way, the goal is getting to the point where your symptoms no longer scare or worry you. You can do it!
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