If you suffer from back pain, you should know, you're not alone. Half (1/2) of all adults report that they suffer from back pain at some point throughout the year.
Experts predict that 80% of the working population will experience back pain at some point during their lifetime.
The good news is, that most back pain isn’t caused by any type of serious medical conditions.
Even with that said, often times back pain can be quite debilitating. In fact, poorly treated back pain can force their suffers to lead a very sedentary lifestyle.
"The most common cause for back pain is either poor posture or a sprain or strain of the complex system of muscles, tendons, or ligaments around the spine."
Unfortunately, bed rest can often times worsen symptoms of back pain. And pain relieving drugs can bring some problematic side effects. Not to mention that pain relieving and anti-inflammatory drugs usually just temporarily mask back pain without getting to the root of the problem.
“A sprain or strain of the muscles around the spine.”
Massage therapy can help you reduce or eliminate back pain for good. There is no need to continue to suffer through bouts of back pain and miss out on life's more enjoyable activities.
"The easiest, most inexpensive, 100% natural way to reduce even eliminate back pain is Massage Therapy."
The Japanese Institute specializes in using massage therapy to address your back pain. Our approach to addressing your back pain through massage therapy is proven.
“I had a lower back problem that often woke me up in the middle the night. It affected my sleep and I could not get rid of it. I tried other massages. I noticed the benefits after the 1st massage at The Japanese Institute. I have not woke up even once with my lower back problem since my first visit. I have tried other massages but did not have the results like I now have with Japanese massage. My pain is GONE."
“I have chronic back problems that include my neck, mid back, and lower back. I was really desperate for relief from my constant discomfort and sometimes debilitating pain. At that time my doctor had prescribed anti-inflammatories, muscle relaxers, and pain killers, some of which I was taking twice daily. I was also doing physical therapy and getting chiropractic adjustments. Now, with Japanese massage I am pain free."