Welcome to the Lower Back Pain Blog…

If, in the past, you’ve tried countless treatments to get rid of your lower back pain or sciatica and nothing has worked then this lower back pain relief blog is for you!

My name is G Rose and before I was cured of my lower back pain, I tried nearly every lower back pain treatment going!

I started this Site as an online diary and to help other pain sufferers in the same boat!

If this Site helps only one other sufferer then it’s worth it!

After long years, I found that the KEY to a successful cure was a simple as UNDERSTANDING what was REALLY causing my lower back pain and severe sciatica. 

My Lower Back Pain Relief Story Links Page

Once I understood the cause of most back and severe sciatica pain, the cure was a breeze!

My severe and painful muscle spasms in the back and crippling sciatic nerve pain became a thing of the past.


Thousands of people around the world are suffering from the same pain I was suffering from (but they don’t know about the cure yet).

If, like me, you’re in so much pain and you have been told you need upteen treatments or that there’s no reason for your pain (been there on both counts) then maybe you need to think again.

When I had back surgery on my spinal discs it was like going out of the sciatica frying pan and into back pain fire, I said NO to a fusion worried it would make matters worse!

After surgery even morphine didn’t give me relief! The muscle spasms in my back were so acute, lower back pain relief was no where in sight!”


That person was asking the reader to consider their fear of hurting their back or ‘re injuring’ it in any way. The fear so strong that the spine became wrapped in cotton wool and 100% of the focus was on the spine.

This is a symptom of a common pain syndrome called tension myositis syndrome.

The cure for it is FREE and it’s 100% natural and non chemical!

This Lower Back Pain Relief Site is 90% dedicated to a cure program that worked for me and has worked for thousands like me as they endure the epidemic of chronic back pain hitting the Western world!

Publius Syrus said: “A wise man learns from the mistakes of others”

Follow my story and learn how I recovered from this common but unknown pain condition and how you can too…

(Medical disclaimer -In the event of any pain you are advised to seek the advice and examination of a suitably qualified medical professional as soon as possible. The information on this Site is not intended as a substitute for medical examination, medical advice or treatment in any way. The information on this website is personal to the author and therefore of a subjective nature. The informational advice on this website should not be treated as advice to be used medically. For more information please go to the lower back pain relief blog disclaimer page. Thankyou. G Rose)

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49 Responses to “Lower Back Pain Relief and Muscles Spasms in the Back (Part 1)
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    The way I eventually detected the correct reason of my lower back pain and received lumbar pain relief practically straight away. Dr. Graeme Teague, an expert chiropractor, has created a lower back pain relief method that helped me to conquer the pain.

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    Back Pain Advisor reply-Hi there, I don’t go down the spinal decompression route personally. However I’ve looked into it and written an article on inversion therapy, which is spinal decompression.

    Fortunately the tension myositis syndrome cure worked for me but it would have been great to have found acute pain relief in the meantime. If you’ve got the money and resources I would try this out but make sure at the same time you take the focus OFF the back and treatments.

    The focus needs to be on learning emotional awareness skills for a long term cure.


    Thank you for posting all your comments…however, if sciatica is your problem (and it very well may be, since it is related to most “lower back pain” conditions), I highly recommend you GOOGLE “Piriformis Syndrome”. I did this after being treated by at least six chiropractors, one sports medicine specialist and two acupuncturists. All of them were able to reduce pain for a very short period of time (about 1 hour after treatment). Once I found online the reason for my pain and performing on my own some very simple piriformis stretching exercises, the pain was FOREVER GONE. I have passed this info to many friends, and it has worked in ALL cases. Have fun!!!

    From Back Pain Advisor-Thanks so much for that comment and for caring to share the info. I didn’t have the pirformis syndrome problem as I had looked into that myself at the time, thankfully my terrible sciatica is healed now due to the cure inspired by Dr Sarno.

    I would be interested to see if your ‘pain’ moved into your knee or into headaches etc at the same time as the pirformis problem cleared up? If it was part of the Tension Myositis Syndrome the pain or ill health will ‘mutate’ into another problem as the root cause is emotional albeit the pain is physical (or emotional such as depression).

    Glad to post this comment on the site however so others can look into it. My brother had the same problem last year and his cleared up with chiro intervention, I think it was emotionally related as he was out of work at the time and once in work it disappeared! The Back Pain Advisor

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    From Back Pain Advisor-Thanks for that, I love encouragement, keeps me going. I am so excited to be writing a ‘kitchen sink’ program at the moment how I was cured step by step. I want it to be the program that sets sufferers like me free!

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    Thank for the information about back pain spasms. Should you be making an effort to include more chiropractic treatment for back pain?
    From The Back Pain Advisor-I did think about this BUT the more we FOCUS on the back pain itself and less on the REAL causes for us the more we hinder a long term cure (as per Dr Sarno) this was certainly true for me. It was only when I let go of the physiotherapy and chiro treatments that I could focus emotionally! It was certainly a far cheaper option too! Some Chiro may be good if you are in total agony (acute pain) at the beginning though!

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  31. moddy1 says:

    The most common symptom of true sciatica is posterior thigh, lower leg or foot pain that can be much worse than the accompanying lower back pain

  32. Back Pain Advisor says:

    Note from Rose-Sorry about that I will take it off the post. I actually cancelled my autoresponder account as my teaching time was suffering hope to reinstate with a different provider for the new academic year, apologies. This site is now so big I didn’t check ALL the posts and pages! Rose

  33. Back Pain Advisor says:

    From rose-I agree it can be excrutiating but also when my sciatica subsided the lower back pain was like nothing I had ever felt before pain wise it was off the scale and two women have said it was worse than labour!!!

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  35. Cathy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts and success with overcoming back pain. I have suffered for years, even before I had five kids. I have struggled with it and have been told by countless doctors to just stretch and exercise and have my husband rub it – but I still hurt. Have started to question fibromyalgia…but I don’t know. Anyway, I am hoping a new mattress will make a difference.

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  43. Donald says:

    Hello everyone, I decided to share my 11 years of lower back problems of herniated disk at L5/S1 protruding on the S1 root nerve and give you useful feedback. No two problems are exactly the same so please interpret my non-medical story at your own discretion.

    When you start having lower back problems and associated sciatica pain, numbness or strange feelings down one or two legs, it is time to identify the cause of the pain before attempting to ease the pain with chiropractors, osteopaths, physiotherapists, hydrotherapy, acupuncture, massage or any other therapy (Therapies). For example if your pain is at its worse level when you stand up, sit down, lay in bed or doing certain exercises. You may not be aware but our body compensate for injuries, which can lead to secondary pain in other areas. For example, a lower back problem may result in stiffness in the upper body because our posture has changed to protect the injury. It is very important to communicate this to your doctor (GP) and ask to have MRI scans. Symptoms can often point to the source of the pain but it is always good to know the severity of the problem on MRI scans (CT scans provide less details).

    A word of caution when going for MRI scans. If your pain eases when you lay down do not attempt to go to the most common horizontal MRI machine because it will show your problem at its best behaviour and your treating doctors will not regard your pain level as high as you experience it. Instead you should consider Multi-Positioning MRI (Positioning MRI), which can also take scans while sitting down or standing up. It is a different machine altogether and is relatively new on the market (see http://www.fonar.com). This MRI will show your problem at its worse condition and to dynamic moves.

    After the MRI revealed the exact source of the problem you can discuss the appropriate treatments with your doctor. If the damage is not too bad you may benefit from Treatments but be aware that they need to be reasonably spaced otherwise you will never return to normal lifestyle. If treatments do not give you any reasonable relief you may want to try CT guided Peri-Radicular cortisone injection into the affected area. If the injection works for a few months or longer you may repeat the injection as you will experience better benefits. You can try managing your pain with pain killers but be aware that certain tablets are not good for you over lengthy periods.

    If the Peri-Radicular cortisone injection does not improve your condition, you need to see a neurosurgeon specialising in low back surgery to provide you with a better assessment. The neurosurgeon would like to see recent MRI scans and by now you already know that everything else failed and you start running out of options. Surgery, such as Microdiscectomy (keyhole surgery) should be considered as the last resort if appropriate for your problem and only discuss surgery with an experienced neurosurgeon specialising in lower back surgery.

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  45. Always go to an appropriate doctor to get a proper diagnosis for your problems. Doing the wrong thing at home or going to the wrong therapist may be a costly mistake.

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