Millions of people suffer from Back Pain or Sciatica… New research reveals why traditional stretching should be avoided.

“7 Gentle ‘Muscle-Release Movements’ That Can Help Relieve Back Pain And Sciatica!”

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In This Video, You Will Discover:

  • What really causes back pain. (It almost never has anything to do with the bones)

  • How to unlock a spasming back. The relief can be rapid and wonderful…

  • Why yoga, pilates and other basic stretching exercises may be doing more harm than good.

  • How doing these simple movements regularly means you may never suffer back pain again…

About Rick

Hi, my name’s Rick Olderman…

I’m a physical therapist, clinic owner, Hanna Somatics practitioner, personal trainer, pilates instructor, best-selling author and speaker…

I’m proud to own countless successful case studies of helping free people from back pain. The kind of back pain that makes you a prisoner in your own body.

Why are my methods so successful?

I believe it’s because this unique pain-relief formula is designed to bring results in a safe and effective manner.

I’ve dedicated the past 2 decades to unravel the secrets about how the body works to create and eliminate pain. And I’ve distilled these discoveries down to a very simple system anyone can follow.

People all over the country have used this system to help relieve their back pain.

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