The World's Simplest and Most Effective Way To Eliminate Back Pain... Naturally

Bulging Disc | Herniated Disc | Slipped Disc

“After Back Pain Relief4Life, I Am More Flexible, My Back Doesn’t Hurt, I’ve Had Three Sessions Here I Feel That Much Better”

“It hurt my back L4-L5 twenty five years ago and I sort of struggled through different trainers, different processes. I’ve done anything from trainers to witchdoctors. After Back Pain Relief4Life, I am more flexible, my back doesn’t hurt, I’ve had three sessions here I feel that much better and I am excited to keep going so that I can actually get to the point where I can touch my toes. I am doing things that I thought I would never be able to do before. My back doesn’t hurt.”

Sam L.
“Before the program, I couldn’t sit without just barely putting one part of my body on the edge of the chair and had to artificially hold my body in a rigid position, and picking things up off the floor, or moving around, or doing any of my normal activities was out of the question. And I had already been through years of microsurgery and therapy and everything else and none of that worked; that’s how I was before.

I was mainly skeptical that it wouldn’t work even better than any of the other programs that I’ve been through with physical therapist or orthopedic surgeons or anybody else and my skepticism didn’t abate that I just have a very belligerent wife who forced me to come. The back pain issue even after seven or ten days was gone and I was able to move around and at this point not only be able to do all my normal activities, but actually I got to the point where actually feel relatively strong when I’m able to do things – pick up heavy objects, learning the right techniques to pick up, but also just the muscles that hold my spine up in the proper position or so much stronger now that I don’t have disc bulging and vertebrae sliding out of position. The muscles are holding where they ought to be and my activities are back to normal – full golf, full tennis, full everything! I think I would caution people about spending too much time with surgeons who if they see a patient they think of a scalpel, or a physical therapist who only think about stretching, and as supposed to actually building up the muscles that hold the spine in its proper alignment.”

Question: If someone was really skeptical and they had severe back pain but they’re really skeptical, what would you say to that person?

“They should marry my wife.”


“The Muscles Are Holding Where They Ought To Be And My Activities Are Back To Normal – Full Golf, Full Tennis, Full Everything!”

“Relief4Life Has Added 20-30 Yards To My Drive, And Made Me More Comfortable Hitting The [Golf] Ball”

What was your life [like] before Relief4Life program?

“It was a life of stiffness and I couldn’t hit the golf ball as far as I would have liked to have hit it. But I did play tennis with a brace on and for a period of time, I used a brace when I was playing golf.”

How long have you experienced your back pain before Relief4Life?

“50 years ”

Okay, How long [have you been] doing the Relief4Life program?

“About 3 weeks. Well I had many Chiropractic treatments and I had a disc enzyme treatment which was in lieu of a laminectomy about 30 years ago, and that worked for a while. And my back had been in somewhat of a holding period of considerable stiffness.”

Have you been skeptical about using [Relief4Life] at first?

“Oh yeah. Indeed.”

Can you tell me a little bit about that? Why were you skeptical?

“Well because my back was straightened and a stiff position and I was skeptical that exercise could relieved that condition. After two weeks of the program my back is fine. Relief4Life has added 20-30 yards to my drive, and made me more comfortable hitting the ball. I would recommend Relief4Life for golfers… I would recommend Relief4life for anyone who has a back problem.” 

John B.
"I used to play a lot golf and had to give it up about 12- 13 years ago. I went to a physical therapist for 6-12 weeks, that didn't seem to help much. My sleep was disrupted by I had to give up most strenuous physical activity, including golf. My yard work was limited to what little I could do. On several occasions, I had to miss work because of back pain. At times the pain was so bad that I was unable to easily get out of the chair or get out of bed and it made very difficult to do routine, daily things. I gave up the game of golf, it simply it was too painful to continue to try to play. For those of you who play golf, you know that golf involves a lot of twisting, a lot of tort in the torso and golf swing of course it is not with the arms but with the larger muscles in the torso and legs and I could no longer make that turn necessary to make good golf swing. It was simply too painful and so I gave up. The program started out focusing on abdominal muscles and leg and gluteal muscles that are what helps support the back and take the pressure of the invertebrae where there was no discs.

I did this for several months and after a couple of months I noticed that my sleeping was better, the pain was less, I could stand for hours - whereas before I could only stand for a few minutes before, it hurt. I decided to give golf a try about 6 weeks ago and I have played about 10 times since then and I’m virtually pain free. I think anybody in their 60s who plays golf probably has a sore back after the round’s done, but this heals very quickly and the pain is gone... the slight discomfort - I wouldn’t even really called pain - the slight discomfort is gone by later the day or by morning. So I am able to play golf at least twice a week but without any consequences at all. After strengthening those large muscles, the core muscles and my leg muscles, I’m able to drive the ball further than I did 20 years ago and strike the ball better than I have, probably than I ever have. And my game is starting to come back and I am enjoying it much more than I ever have. Regardless of whether you have back pain or not, if you'd want to be active in golf or tennis and you're not particularly strong in your core muscles, I think it would help anybody's lifestyle. When you play golf for a long time, many people develop conditions in the back, whether it's in the muscles, or whether it's a joint pain, arthritis in the spine or something like that. The stronger those core muscles are, the longer you’re going to be able to play pain-free golf. It’s simple as that. I would recommend it to golfers, tennis players or anyone who is reaching middle age and starting to feel the aches and pains that we're all going to feel when we get there."


The 25 year history of a painful back.
As you may have seen in my video, about 25 years ago I felt a sharp and severe pain in my lower back. After an MRI the
problem was diagnosed as a herniated disc in the between L-5 and L-6. I was told this was a very common spot for this to happen and that medication, some rest and possibly some physical therapy would help. The conservative orthopedic surgeon was hesitant to operate citing my level of pain and my ability to still get around. The medication helped and despite occasional flare-ups all was well until about 10 years later when I felt an intense pain while doing strenuous work and this time the MRI showed that the disc was " obliterated" and there was nerve impingement between the vertebrae. The Doctor's words not mine. The initial sharp pain subsided but I was left with a lower back of which I had to be extremely careful No lifting, no golf, poor sleep and even standing for more than 20 minutes was painful. Cortisone injections and orally helped but that is a powerful medication and has dangerous side effects and can be used only to a limited extent.
I put up with this impairment for about 15 years- sometimes better sometimes worse. In 2008 I met Ian Hart and Bojan Mladenovic (creators of Relief4Life) at EarthFIT a new gym and fitness center in the neighborhood. On a whim I took my doctor's report and MRI finding to them to see if they might have a program that could help. Bojan said "I can help you" I was very skeptical since nothing I had tried had worked but decided to give it a try. They put me on the Back Pain Relief4Life program right away. To my surprise I felt improvement in a few weeks. I have continued with this program for four years and it has continued to improve the back pain. Has my back pain gone? No and it never will. But the improvement has been significant and my quality of life is greatly improved. I golf, play tennis, garden, remodel homes and best of all I now sleep much better. In addition to my back improvement I am now much stronger... My doctor commented that my life style is keeping me healthy and that I was in much better shape than most 66 year olds.
Thank you Back Pain Relief4Life! Jay Burner Beaufort, SC

Jay B.

"I'm Able To Drive The Ball Further Than I Did 20 Years Ago..."

"I Just Felt Stronger, More Agile And Overall In A Better Mood And Spirit..."

"In 2005 I broke my back (fractured Sacrum and displaced L-5) snowboarding. I rode about a quarter mile on my chin with the board hitting the back of my head. I spent weeks in a back brace on a healthy dose of pain killers, anti-inflammatories and muscle relaxants. I say a healthy dose because it literally was enough to supplement a meal. After about 2 months I was able to start physical therapy. I did this for about a year until I started to feel somewhat normal again with the aid of my steady diet of pills. Eventually I did feel better and went to the gym often to build my lower back muscles. I was able to get off of the pills, but still needed them from time to time as my back was never truly healed. I actually went a few years with moderate pain here and there, but nothing terrible. I continued doing the exercises from my physical therapy throughout, which definitely helped, but never really cured my pain completely.
About two years ago, my pain came back with a vengeance. My L-5 was slipping all the time. You could literally watch it go in and out as I leaned forward and back up. People were amazed when I would show them. To have a disc literally grinding in and out every time you lean forward them back upright is extremely painful. I went back to the doctors and was given a nice healthy diet of even more delicious treats (totally sarcastic, I really hate pills!). I was recommended to physical therapy, but I had been down that road before, knew what they had to tell me and didn’t really have the time or money to spend at a therapist 3 days a week. I decided to try a chiropractor.
With the chiropractor, I did notice results. It took some time, but with the visits and recommended stretches and posture fixes, I was feeling much better. I truly do love my chiropractor as he has done a lot to fix my neck, shoulder, back and ankles. I was feeling much better as a result, but my back still was not strong and I hate the fear of throwing my back out while doing chores around the house. Sure enough, doing these chores, I have managed to throw my back out several times over the last few years. This is followed by many visits to the chiropractor, which work, but really haven’t provided much confidence in a permanent fix. That is until now! 2 weeks ago, I strained my back shoveling the driveway. My disc has been sliding out again and again and I went back to the Chiro. After a few adjustments, I felt a little better but I knew this was only a temporary fix and I still had substantial pain. It was time to try something different once again.
I have known Ian since we were little kids playing soccer together and have been fortunate to remain friends with him and his family over the years. He’s a great guy who I knew I could trust, so when he told me to give his program a try I listened. I normally would never just believe in some new program trying to make a name for itself as I am a very skeptical person. While this skepticism has served me well in the past, I knew I could trust Ian so I gave it a shot.
After my first session, the pain was still somewhat there, but I really felt much different. The pain was less and I just felt stronger, more agile and overall in a better mood and spirit as I just felt more empowered in general. I couldn’t do any activities for the previous two weeks, but I felt so good I went out and played 9 holes of golf without a cart! This morning I woke up sore (from the exercises), but not stiff, big difference! I did another session and once again, I just felt great all around. My pain is much less today and there is no stiffness. When I stood up from my last exercise, I literally felt taller. I used to be a bit over 6’4” but lost about an inch over the years since the back issues started. I am not sure if this is just a feeling of nostalgia, but I really do notice I am walking a bit taller. I really am looking forward to the weeks to come as I am curious as to how much more agile I will become? How much stronger I can get? If I will actually get back up to my usual height? If I will gain that confidence to go out and do that tree work I have been putting off? And, if I will continue to have this general feeling of being in good spirits?
I really didn’t notice how much my pain could influence my moods until now. Most people who know me can’t believe how many serious injuries I have sustained and how well I deal with the pain. I take pride in being able to take pain and just deal with it. I thought I was doing a good job of being myself regardless of how much pain I was in. I never complain to anyone and try to do whatever I can to not burden anyone. I grin and bear it, without actually grinning at people. I am noticing just now that I really wasn’t doing the best job of hiding it as I really am a more positive person. I just realized today that this pain really does take its toll on your overall attitude and persona. I feel happy today and ready to go out and just do good things. After years of pain, I kind of forgot how much more of a positive person I was. Thank you for everything Ian and Bojan!"


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