Therapy Method for Back Pain

The human race is unique in that we have a body geared for a lifetime of upright walking on two legs, rather than four. Our early primate ancestors phased out their tree-bound lifestyle in favor of running and hunting game, and this meant having an upright form featuring an S-shaped spine, long and hard leg bones, arched feet, and an upright pelvic bone. Such an upright form gives humanity many advantages, though this posture does come at a cost. Standing upright means fighting gravity quite acutely, and this puts wear and tear on the joints and spine, even in modern …

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