Brian James Abelson DC.,Kamali Thara Abelson BSc.

Release Your Pain: 2nd Edition – EBOOK

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RELEASE YOUR PAIN: 2nd Edition – EBOOK
Resolving Soft Tissue Injuries with Exercise and Active Release Techniques
Take control of your condition! Thousands of people have used this international best-seller to obtain relief from the pain and dysfunction caused by soft-tissue injuries.
Imagine finding a way to spend less time suffering from pain, and more time doing the things you love. Take control of your pain! This long awaited, completely reworked, second edition provides new content for each condition, with over 80 new pages of information, new and easier to understand illustrations, updated descriptions about each of the soft-tissue conditions, a deeper explanation of the affected structures in each kinetic chain, and proven effective exercise routines to help you resolve your pain-causing condition.
Written for the general public, by the internationally best-selling authors Dr. Brian Abelson and Kamali Abelson, this EBOOK version is fully HYPERLINKED, from its detailed table of contents, to the comprehensive index, and to all the exercise routines in this book. So you can quickly and easily navigate to all the topics that most interest you. Best of all, you can enjoy its full-color format, and view all the numerous illustrations and exercises as they are meant to be seen.

INTRODUCING ACTIVE RELEASE TECHNIQUES

Release Your Pain presents ART (Active Release Techniques) as an innovative and effective approach to addressing such common repetitive strain injuries as carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, knee and shoulder injuries, and back pain.
Based on case studies, the book shows how ART practitioners are able to locate and break down scar tissue and adhesions that cause pain, stiffness, weakness, numbness, and physical dysfunctions associated with repetitive strain injuries. Topics include how and why these injuries occur, and how non-invasive methods succeed where others fail. Each chapter includes black and white photo sequences of therapy techniques, specific exercises, and stretches to help resolve these conditions.

TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR PAIN
This book, along with your practitioner, can help you obtain relief from your conditions, and attain a strong, healthy body. By using the specially designed exercise routines in this book, you can take the first step in managing conditions such as:

Neck Pain (headaches,stiff neck, sprain/strain)
Back Pain (headaches, sprain/strain, disc degeneration, sciatica, spinal stenosis, etc.)
Shoulder Injuries (Rotator Cuff Syndrome, Frozen Shoulder, joint instability, etc.)
Elbow Injuries (Golfers Elbow, Tennis Elbow)
Hand Injuries (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Dupoytren's Contractures)
Knee Injuries (Jumper’s Knee, Meniscus Injuries, ITBS, Osgood-Schlatter)
Achilles Tendonitis
Plantar Fasciitis

Table of Contents

Foreword
Acknowledgements
Chapter 1: Impact of Soft-Tissue Injuries on your Body?
Chapter 2: Understanding Soft Tissue Injuries
Chapter 3: Why is RSI a Problem?
Chapter 4: About Active Release Techniques (ART)
Chapter 5: Remodeling Tissues with Exercise
Chapter 6: Resolving Neck and Back Pain
Chapter 7: Resolving Shoulder Injuries
Chapter 8: Resolving Elbow Injuries
Chapter 9: Resolving Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Chapter 10: Resolving Knee Injuries
Chapter 11: Resolving Injuries to the Achilles Tendon
Chapter 12: Resolving Plantar Fasciitis
Chapter 13: FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
Glossary
Index

SEE REAL RESULTS
See real results when you use the focused, specific exercises at the end of each condition’s chapter.
Let ‘Release Your Pain’ help you by:

Revealing the probable cause of your injury or performance-limiting restrictions. ‘Release Your Pain’ describes, in an easy-to-read manner, how these problems may have occurred, and identifies the muscles, nerves, and soft-tissues that are commonly involved. The many illustrations help you to better visualize just which areas of your body have been affected, the elements of the affected kinetic chain, and how each of these conditions can be addressed (through appropriate exercise and treatment).
Providing highly effective exercise strategies that you can use to pro-actively prevent soft tissue injuries from occurring. These exercises are shown at the end of each chapter, and apply specifically to the injuries in that chapter.
Examining the probable causes of these soft-tissue injuries, and helping you to understand the problems caused by restrictive adhesions.
Introducing you to a unique treatment methodology (Active Release Techniques) that can yield real results as you work to get past your soft-tissue pains.

READ THIS INTERNATIONAL BEST-SELLER
‘Release Your Pain’ is an easy-to-use, international best-seller that can help you to make educated health care decisions about your soft-tissue conditions (muscle and joint pain, restricted movements, chronic pain, sports injuries, etc.).
Written for the general public, this EBOOK version is fully HYPERLINKED, from its detailed table of contents, to its comprehensive index, and even to the exercise routines in this book. So you can quickly and easily navigate to all the topics that most interest you. Best of all, you can enjoy its full-color format, and view all the numerous illustrations and exercises as they are meant to be seen.

Important: This book does NOT teach you how to perform Active Release Techniques® (ART). Actual ART training requires many hours of hands-on training, accompanied by extensive knowledge of soft-tissue structures and their inter-relationships, and backed up by prior medical training. It is typically provided by a range of health care practitioners (Physicians, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, Massage Therapists, etc.). See www.activerelease.com if you want to learn to become an ART practitioner.
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441 printed pages
Original publication
2012

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