Pain and Aging No Longer Have to Go Hand in Hand – CORE Structural Integration Therapy Easing Baby Boomers’ Body Aches
July 09, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsBurlington, Ma July 9, 2007 — Thanks to CoreStructuralTherapy.com, the nation’s Baby Boomer population now has an all-natural way to combat their musculoskeletal aches and pains.
Developed by Ida P. Rolf, this ten-session Structural Integration program employs a systematic approach to reorganizing all the body’s major joints and segments. It is, therefore, a safe and effective alternative to NSAIDs. Baby Boomers who would like to witness a transformation in their overall health and well-being can learn more about the program online at http://www.corestructuraltherapy.com.
According to recent U.S. Census Bureau statistics, there are an estimated 78.2 million Baby Boomers. While this large segment of the population is enjoying a longer lifespan, that longevity is not without its downsides. A recent study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research showed that Baby Boomers in the 51–56 age range “report worse health and more pain than their predecessors.”
When consulting their doctors about such issues, Baby Boomers are frequently told that the aches they are experiencing are either a normal part of the aging process, that they should stop doing the things they love that aggravate the problem and/or that they take NSAIDs to dull the pain. Neither coping strategy is appealing, but worse, heeding such suggestions can be downright dangerous. That’s because what these patients are not told is that use of these painkillers results in 16,500 deaths every year in the United States, making NSAIDs the 15th most common cause of death in America.
Even when they safely work for someone, NSAIDs just mask the pain; they don’t eliminate it. So taking them becomes a lifetime commitment. CoreStructuralTherapy.com’s Structural integration program offers a long-term alternative that treats the cause of aging pains, thereby eradicating them, regardless of one’s age.
Upon completion of the ten-session Structural Integration program, one participant, Peter Maher, had this to say about his experience: “Thank you. After only a few visits, you relieved the nagging ache in my lower back and hip that I had lived with for years. I thought aches and pains were part of getting older but you explained what the problem was and how to correct it. I have highly recommended your services to friends and family, telling them that they do not have to live with pulled muscles or old sports injuries.”
For more information on how to alleviate nagging aches and pains for good, contact CoreStructuralTherapy.com’s founder, Joseph Ackerman at (781) 425-5057. To see what benefits can be derived from the ten-session program, visit the company online at http://www.corestructuraltherapy.com.