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Natural Solutions for Low Back Pain

An illustrated guide to understanding the causes and natural solutions to low back pain.
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Created by Case Adams
Last updated 9/2015
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This course will take the student from the basics of the anatomy of low-back pain, what causes low back pain and why conventional treatments often don't work. The course will then illustrate a series of techniques and strategies that allow a person to re-balance, re-support, re-strengthen and re-align the spinal, lumbar and sacral regions, in order to achieve pain-free living. The course introduces a revolutionary technique called bio-mechanical torsion - developed by osteopaths for re-balancing and re-aligning the lumbar and sacral regions. It has been clinically used for decades by osteopaths. For the first time, these techniques have been adapted for personal use with a self-guided process to help achieve and maintain pain-free living.

The course doesn't stop there. Strategies on posture, flexibility, strengthening and more are introduced to facilitate a healthy lumbar and sacral region. Facilities and equipment including swimming pools, pilates balls, inversion chairs, saunas, tai chi, nutrition, meditation, hydration and various back stretching devices are also introduced and explained.

Who is the target audience?
  • Someone who has low back pain
  • Someone who knows someone with low back pain
  • Someone who treats others with low back pain
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What Will I Learn?
Understand what really causes most low back pain
Understand why many conventional low back pain treatments don't work
Know the anatomy of low back pain
Achieve flexibility within the lumbar and sacral regions
Achieve strength among the support regions to take pressure off the lumbar region
Align the spine with correct postures for standing, sitting, walking, running, picking things up and more
Apply self-directed bio-mechanical torsion to correct imbalances and mis-alignments
Utilize numerous devices to maintain pain-free living
Utilize various facilities to achieve and maintain pain-free living
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  • English. Other than that, there are no requirements. Most anyone can understand this course and it is illustrated with examples throughout.
Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 7 Lectures Collapse All 7 Lectures 01:23:15
Introduction to low back pain
1 Lecture 06:24

This video will explain the basic elements of low-back pain. This includes:

- some basic understandings of low back pain

- problems with conventional theories of low back pain

- some conventional treatments of low back pain

- problems with conventional treatments

- my background and why I made this course

- the basis for this course - background/philosophy

- the strategies used in this course

- how to use the recommendations used in this course

Preview 06:24
Some Basic Anatomy
1 Lecture 11:13

This lecture will give the student a clear understanding of the basic anatomy of the spine and lumbar region and the typical causes for low back pain.

Preview 11:13
Flexibility in the Lumbar Region
1 Lecture 13:04

This video will show the student how to become more flexible in the lumbar region. These exercises and stretches will loosen and create flexibility within muscles, ligaments and tendons of the lumbar region. This will help re-align the spine, lumbar, sacrum and pelvic regions as they loosens, lengthens and stretches that which supports and aligns the spine and sacral area.


1) Watch the video once and listen

2) Watch a second time while participating in the exercises

3) Note those exercises that create greater flexibility the most

Lumbar Flexibility
Strengthening the Lumbar Region
1 Lecture 11:58

This video illustrates a variety of exercises that strengthen the muscles and regions that support and balance the lumbar region. By strengthening these supporting muscles, we provide balance and support to the entire region. This reduces the pressure on the lower spine and increases the range of motion. This is a full-body strengthening routine that is easy and fun and can be done virtually anywhere.


1) Watch the video once and listen

2) Watch a second time while participating in the exercises

3) Note those exercises that create greater flexibility the most

Strengthen the Lumbar Region
Posture Strategies to Relieve Back Pain
1 Lecture 13:44

This video will first show how and why poor postures can create problems or exacerbate low back pain.

The video will then illustrate practical ways to improve postures for all activities. These include:

- standing postures

- sitting postures in chairs, benches and workstations

- walking postures

- working postures

- how to bend and pick things up

- running postures


1) Watch the video once - watch and listen

2) Watch a second time while participating in the exercises

3) Note those exercises that create greater flexibility the most

Posture Strategies
Biomechanical Therapy - Self-Directed Manual Therapeutics
1 Lecture 11:26

This video illustrates a series of techniques that were developed by osteopathic physicians in order to re-balance and align the spine, lumbar and sacrum region. These techniques have been, for the first time, adapted for use in a self-directed fashion.

Each of the exercises are explained and illustrated. The exercises can be done in most environments. A carpeted floor, a grass lawn, firm bed, pilates mat or massage table may be used for many of the floor exercises.


1) Watch the video once and listen

2) Watch a second time while participating in the exercises

3) Note those exercises that create greater flexibility the most

ATTACHMENT TO PERUSE: I have attached a document from the Virginia Osteopathic Medical Association called "Osteopathic Evaluation and Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint Problems." This document is quite complex. It is used as a reference for Osteopathic physicians. I am not expecting the student to read all of this or understand the science. It is attached to offer a purview of the background and foundation of the science regarding the biomechanical exercises that are being taught in this course. Please also note that this course is not attempting to treat or diagnose any particular back condition. The exercises are intended to help strengthen and rebalance the lumbar and sacral regions in order to establish a stronger, more flexible and balanced back. (For diagnosis and treatment of any medical condition, please see your physician. For lumbar or sacrum conditions, a biomechanically-trained osteopath is recommended.)

Biomechanical Therapy
Devices, Facilities, Aids and Equipment for Low Back Pain
1 Lecture 15:26

This video covers a number of facilities, devices, aids and strategies for achieving a pain-free back. This will include:

- using the swimming pool and swimming pool equipment

- using the pilates ball

- using the inversion table

- lumbar stretching devices

- heat treatment and infrared saunas

- diet and supplement strategies

- hydration strategies

- meditation strategies

- grounding

- how to do a massage for low-back pain

- massage oils

Devices, Facilities, Aids and Equipment for Low Back Pain
About the Instructor
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Case Adams is a California Naturopath who is board-certified by the American Alternative Medical Association as an Alternative Medical Practitioner, with a Ph.D. in Natural Health Sciences, a D.Sc. in Integrative Health Sciences and a doctorate in Naturopathy. He is a traditional naturopath - not a licensed physician. His focus is upon researching, writing about and authenticating traditional therapies with clinical evidence. He is the author of 25 books on natural health with a history of clinical practice.

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