One of the most common ailments worldwide is back pain. Any pain in this area of the body can be very debilitating. This 3-in-1 (rapport building, self-hypnosis training, and hypnotherapy) self-hypnosis recording can help you find relief in two ways. First, by helping you relax the muscles in the affected region and, secondly, by providing positive self-improvement techniques to help you reduce the intensity of the pain. Hypnosis and self-hypnosis reinforce the goals we really want and re-juice our tired engines without the side effects. New brain scan technology shows that hypnotic suggestion can cause the pleasure centres of our brains to light up. In a 2005 hypnosis and brain-imaging study conducted at the University of Iowa, Doctors found that hypnosis actually blocks pain signals from getting to the part of the brain responsible for discomfort. Your mind can be trained to improve your life for the better, using a technique called self-hypnosis or self-improvement exercise. Self-hypnosis is the process of removing negative thoughts and images from your mind and replacing them with positive ones. Back Pain Relief with a Mix of Delta Binaural and Isochronic Tones is a powerful brainwave meditation program. A mix of three tones, it acts as a gym for your brain, strengthening and improving your mental capacity. It helps you release stress, boost your brain power, skyrocket your mood and energy levels, and so much more. This effective speaking self-hypnosis recording will help you to get past your negative thoughts. The script was written and narrated by Randy Charach, US-based Canadian celebrity public speaker, hypnotist, and infopreneur. Randy Charach's clients include many famous people like John Travolta, Tony Curtis, and Sean Penn, as well as hundreds of others. As a public speaker, he has addressed audiences at companies like Microsoft, CocaCola, Disney, IBM, Xerox and many others. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Randy Charach. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tptk/000011/bk_tptk_000011_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Back Pain Relief -with Three Brainwave Music Recordings -Alpha, Theta, Delta -for Three Different Sessions. New brain scan technology shows that hypnotic suggestion can cause the pleasure centres of our brains to light up. In a 2005 hypnosis and brain-imaging study conducted at the University of Iowa, Doctors found that hypnosis actually blocks pain signals from getting to the part of the brain responsible for discomfort. Hypnotherapy can provide the same joy, reinforce the goals we really want, re-juice our tired engines without the side effects. 1) One recording for Alpha (7-13Hz) – The Deep Relaxation and Light Meditation Wave. Alpha brain waves are present in deep relaxation; usually when the eyes are closed, when slipping into a daydream or during light meditation. It is an optimal time to program the mind for success and it also heightens your imagination, visualization, memory, learning and concentration. 2) One recording for Theta (4-7Hz) – The Deep Meditation and Light Sleep Wave. Theta brain waves are present during deep meditation and light sleep. It is the realm of your sub-consciousness and experienced as you drift off to sleep from Alpha or wake from deep sleep (from Delta). It is the brain wave where our minds can connect to the Divine and manifest changes in the material world. Your mind’s most deep-seated programs are at Theta and it is where you experience vivid visualizations, great inspiration, profound creativity and exceptional insight. 3) One recording for Delta (0.5-4Hz) – The Deep Sleep Wave. The Delta frequency is experienced in deep sleep, transcendental meditation where awareness is fully detached. Delta is the realm of your unconscious mind, and the gateway to the universal mind and the collective unconscious, where information received is otherwise unavailable at the conscious level. Among many things, deep sleep is important for the healing process – as it’s linked with deep healing and regeneration. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Randy Charach. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tptk/000034/bk_tptk_000034_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Low back pain (LBP) affects one third of the world's population at any given time. The presenting signs and symptoms of significant structural or mechanical spinal disease and those due to self limiting back pain are often similar and nonspecific, making the use of reliable diagnostic technique crucial to its correct management. MRI is the current gold standard for spine imaging, with its superior ability to define anatomy and potential to provide unique biochemical and physiological information. In the study which forms the basis of this book MR images of Lumbar spine from patients with LBP were analyzed and the relevant literature on this subject reviewed. The most prevalent cause for LBP is usually degenerative disease of the spine. A smaller portion of patients have other significant organic causes for their symptoms which are also discussed here. This book will be a useful guide for all those involved in dealing with patients having low back pain and for those who would like to better understand the spectrum of MR imaging findings in this condition to help direct appropriate treatment option.
Although there have been significant advancements in minimally invasive spinal surgery techniques in the last few decades, optimal outcomes for chronic low back pain remain elusive. A number of promising clinical trials have been conducted using tissue engineering and biological interventions for disc degeneration. Written by renowned innovators, this is the first book that covers implementation of these groundbreaking approaches for disc disease.The text begins with key fundamentals including anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, imaging and biomechanics to delineate healthy versus diseased spine. Subsequent sections discuss treatment strategies, research findings, and future developments. Throughout each chapter, renowned spine surgeons and scientists share clinical pearls gleaned from hands-on experience.Key HighlightsThe current state of the art in biological and tissue engineering procedures for spinal disordersTreatment methodologies including nucleus replacement and repair, annulus fibrosus repair, total disc transplantation, and mechanical total disc replacementInnovative treatment strategies for disc regeneration, such as genes and proteinsGrowth factors including platelet-rich plasma (PRP), which has shown promise for the stimulation and acceleration of bone and soft tissue healingCell-based therapy for spinal disc regeneration and repair including the use of stem cells and chondrocytesIn-depth discussion of research including animal versus human model, in-vitro, and a summary of biologic clinical trialsThis is a must-have resource for trainee and practicing orthopaedic surgeons and neurosurgeons who treat patients for spine-related conditions. It is essential reading for all clinicians who have an interest in cutting-edge tissue engineering and biological treatment interventions.
Low back pain represents a significant concern in the United States, with 70% of individuals experiencing symptoms at some point in their lifetime. Symptoms of low back pain have been strongly associated with degeneration of the intervertebral disc. Insufficient nutritional supply is believed to be a major mechanism for disc degeneration. Thus, understanding nutrients' transport in intervertebral disc is crucial to elucidate the etiology of disc degeneration, and to develop strategies for tissue repair, and tissue engineering. Transport phenomena in intervertebral disc are still poorly understood. This is partly due to the limited number of available experimental techniques for investigating transport properties, and the paucity of theoretical or numerical methods for predicting solute transport in the disc. In this work, new fluorescence imaging techniques were developed to experimentally determine solute transport properties in intervertebral disc. In addition, a mixture theory for charged hydrated soft tissues was presented as a theoretical framework for investigating on molecular transport and binding interactions in the disc.
Low back pain is a growing global problem. According to a WHO report from 2003, 80% of the world s population will experience LBP at some point in their lives. Pain is the most common reason for people to seek aid from the doctor or a physical therapist. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of specific pilates-based trunk stabilizing exercises on low back pain within an eight week intervention period. This study also concentrated on measuring thickness of the Transversus abdominis muscle before and after the intervention. The measurements were conducted with an ultrasound imaging device. The ultrasound imaging device was used as a diagnostic tool as well as a form of biofeedback. Results indicated that specific lumbar area exercises with pilates-based approach combined with lateral breathing technique have efficacy in management of low back pain. This study should serve anybody dealing with low back pain. It is useful for persons experiencing low back pain and all health care professionals, eg. physiotherapists, medical doctors and health care and medical students.
Lower back pain is one of the most frequent reasons for consultation in the general population,which may affect up to 80-85% of people throughout life and being the most disabling symptom in young or middle-aged individuals.Causes of lower back pain can be multiple, as well as the individual characteristics of each lesion,so their management should be individualized.Currently, management of these patients consists in control studies by plain radiography,CT and MRI.These techniques cannot reliably assess early bone fusion, except in cases where a bridge or bone ingrowth exists as a sign of complete fusion.Metabolic bone changes in the fused area may become apparent by nuclear medicine techniques before anatomic changes could be observed by these traditional imaging modalities.In this book,the most innovative techniques in 3-dimensional SPECT/CT reconstruction are richly explained.3D reconstructed images has important value as it gives us information about the spatial relationship of pathological focus of radiotracer uptake respect to osteosynthesis material, helping the surgeon identify more clearly the clinical relevance of focuses,and providing an overview of the regional anatomy.