Pain Free: A Revolutionary Method for Stopping Chronic Pain

By | January 2, 2018
Pain Free: A Revolutionary Method for Stopping Chronic Pain

Starting today, you don’t have to live in pain.

That is the revolutionary message of this breakthrough system for eliminating chronic pain without drugs, surgery, or expensive physical therapy. Developed by Pete Egoscue, a nationally renowned physiologist and sports injury consultant to some of today’s top athletes, the Egoscue Method has an astounding 95 percent success rate. The key is a series of gentle exercises and carefully constructed stretches called E-cises. Inside you’ll find detailed photographs and step-by-step instructions for dozens of e-cizes specifically designed to provide quick and lasting relief of:

  • Lower back pain, hip problems, sciatica, and bad knees
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome and even some forms of arthritis
  • Migraines and other headaches, stiff neck, fatigue, sinus problems, vertigo, and TMJ
  • Shin splints, varicose veins, sprained or weak ankles, and many foot ailments
  • Bursitis, tendinitis, and rotator cuff problems
  • Plus special preventive programs for maintaining health through the entire body.

With this book in hand, you’re on your way to regaining the greatest gift of all: a pain-free body! With the help of Pete Egoscue’s revolutionary program of quick stretches and strength-building exercises, you can cure chronic pain, and do it naturally.

Pete Egoscue has shown thousands of individuals, corporations, schools, and championship sports teams how to eliminate pain without investing in expensive ergonomic devices or resorting to surgery or drug therapies.  His groundbreaking book, with nearly 50,000 hardcover copies sold, shows readers how to:

  • Relieve lower back pain
  • Improve hip problems, sciatica, and bad knees
  • Relieve migraines and other headaches, stiff neck, fatigue, sinus problems, vertigo, and TMJ
  • Relieve painful problems, like carpal tunnel syndrome, often misdiagnosed as arthritis
  • Prevent injuries and maintain health through stretching programs for the entire body

Filled with easy instructions, photos, and line illustrations throughout, this book will provide quick, effective pain relief.
Pete Egoscue learned a lot about pain when, as a Marine officer, he was wounded in Vietnam. He segued from patient to physical therapist, and now runs a famous clinic in San Diego, where he claims he’s helped 95 percent of his patients cure chronic pain–including Jack Nicklaus and Charles Barkley, whose athletic careers he helped prolong. At the heart of his program are stretches and motion exercises to restore proper function to muscles and joints. His methods are often surprising and counterintuitive. For example, for foot pain, he suggests a series of hip exercises. In fact, this is one of the most startling books you’ll read about the human organism. Egoscue has strong opinions about how modern life is changing the way our bodies function, reducing the tasks we must perform and thus reducing the functional range of motion of our muscles and joints. Fortunately, he offers movement exercises to restore what nature meant us to have.

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  1. Hoosier Hayseed
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Real Deal, January 1, 2018
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    I am writing a review on this book, even though I only received the book yesterday, and just did about three or four of the exercises last night.
    At some point in the book – or maybe it was in the reviews of the book – I read where someone said that the exercises (or, as they refer to them, the “E-cises,” with the “E” standing for Egoscue) are not like any other exercises they had ever done for lower back pain.
    And I think that’s the whole point.
    This man obviously knows what the other people writing books on back exercises do not know – and that is how to fix the problem.
    After reading Jack Nicklaus’ review of the book – and I am a golfer – I could only respect and believe what he had to say, since Jack Nicklaus is known to “tell it like it is,” and his description of his experience sounded so authentic that I had no reason to disbelieve it.
    I will hasten to say that I, like probably every other person with sometimes terrible lower back pain, tend to take with numerous grains of salt anything we read about “curing” lower back pain, because most of the things we have done, in following the instructions in various exercise books about lower back pain, have not actually produced anything remotely resembling a cure.
    At best, they may have alleviated, for a short time, some of the more serious pain, or discomfort.
    And, in the back of my mind, I thought that as soon as I go to sleep, in the same bed, and on the same mattress which may have very likely been a contributing factor to my back problems, it would instantly undo any gains I might have made.
    What I was so encouraged about was the statement in the book that “there are five E-cises for mitigating musculoskeletal pain in the low back”, and they take about twenty minutes, and recommends doing them first thing in the morning.
    Then he goes on to say to do the e-cises daily until pain abates for 48 hours, and then continue for ten days before switching to the overall conditioning exercises in a later chapter.
    In other words, he is not saying “if,” or “maybe,” but “when.”
    And so, I not only wanted to believe, but I took on faith, not only on Jack Nicklaus’ review, but the hundreds of other reviews, virtually all of which were extremely enthusiastic and positive, that everything he was saying was true.
    I only actually did three of the five e-cises, because two of them required the use of two blocks – which I didn’t have, and didn’t want to even try to improvise, inasmuch as I ordered a couple of yoga blocks, which I see are profusely advertised, and are evidently used quite regularly in yoga, and expect to receive in short order, courtesy of the very quick delivery through Amazon.
    Anyway – my point is, which I realize is taking me a long time to get to – this morning I got up with maybe half of the morning discomfort that I have been feeling for longer than I even like to think about.
    I’ll call it “discomfort,” rather than pain, because even if it never got any better than it was this morning, that is a head and shoulders improvement over what it has been.
    But my point really is that this is the “real deal.” This man knows what he is talking about, and we are the beneficiaries of his knowledge and expertise.
    Hooray for that.
    I guess what I’m really saying is that I already feel – at least in my mind – the feeling of relief that I have finally gotten out from under the terrible yoke of low back pain, even though I certainly have not arrived there yet, by any means.
    But just what little I’ve done, and the relief I do feel, is more than encouraging: It tells me that this is absolutely the right direction, and that it’s just a matter of time (and not even a lot of time, either) until I can truthfully say that my terrible lower back pain is a thing of the past.
    One other thing I wanted to add: My thinking about my own lower back pain has been that since my mother passed away, and since I had taken care of her due to her having had a stroke, for six years before her death, I had been severely restricted as to the amount of physical exertion I had done for quite some time. And which has been almost nil since, as I went on to retirement after her death, and that had, undoubtedly, been a contributing factor in my problem.
    And then, when I did resume playing golf, I just naturally assumed that my returning to physical activity after such a long layoff had no doubt been a major contributing factor to my back pain problems.
    But when you think about Jack Nicklaus, who has been continually active for his entire life, and much more so than the average person, being a professional golfer, and realize the shape he was in concerning his back, to where he had been told that he would almost surely have to undergo back surgery, it makes you wonder.
    Instead of thinking that playing golf is the…

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  2. Anonymous
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Pain Relief At Last, September 10, 2015
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    This book led me to get in touch with the Egoscue Clinic in Austin, TX. I am now doing the exercises recommended in this book and I am finally beginning to experience some relief from knee pain that has been with me for at least 10 years. This book was the catalyst to finally receiving the help I needed.
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