Friday, November 06, 2009
Will Back Pain Sideline Ellen DeGeneres? The busy comedian - who has her own TV show, is on the cover of Oprah's magazine and now a judge on 'American Idol' - must treat her muscle imbalances, back pain expert says.
Talk show host and comedian Ellen DeGeneres recently reported another back pain flare-up. Over the years, DeGeneres has suffered many bouts of back pain. In 2007, she even hosted her show from a hospital bed, explaining that she tore a ligament while picking up her dog.
Whether from a minor car crash or day-to-day movements, the some-time host of the Emmys or Academy Awards and now judge on "American Idol" lives with a chronic back condition she is not quite completely treating, says back pain specialist Jesse Cannone, co-founder of the Healthy Back Institute in suburban Washington, D.C.
"The sad part is that Ellen DeGeneres -- like most celebrities (and athletes, too) - will likely continue to struggle because the treatments she has gotten do not address the underlying causes of the pain," Cannone says. "In fact, it's very likely that her doctors and health care professionals are not even aware of several of the critical concepts that one must know about in order to identify and address the real, underlying causes. "
"I guarantee that her doctor has not ever talked to her about muscle imbalances, let alone assessed her to identify which imbalances she has," Cannone asserts. "I bet that no one has talked to her about excess, deficiency and stagnation -- a healing principle that can be used to uncover nearly all, if not all, of the underlying causes. "
For a talk show host who touts such health-affirming books as those from Deepak Chopra, Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Dyer and Kathy Freston, DeGeneres might want to check Cannone's "The 7-Day Back Pain Cure. "
"The book contains little-known information which allows persons who read my book to get such incredible results," Cannone says. "Those individuals who benefited were like Ellen, having experienced recurring bouts of intense back pain and sciatica. Many suffered for decades before finally getting relief using the methods explained in the book. "
Back pain specialist Jesse Cannone, co-founder of The Healthy Back Institute, is a certified fitness trainer, certified post-rehabilitation specialist and certified specialist in performance nutrition. Cannone has authored a number of health and fitness books and is known most for his international, best-selling "Lose the Back Pain System," a self-assessment and self-treatment program for back pain and sciatica sufferers. Visit www.LosetheBackPain.com
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