The book Stop Looking at the Crack! A Hypothesis on the Source of Chronic Degenerative Pain and the Failure of Modern Medicine is described as an informative attempt to bring the study of the human body one step closer to determining the root origins of nontraumatic musculoskeletal pain.
Authored by Alan Hessler, MAPT, COMT, a certified orthopedic manual therapist and licensed physical therapist, the book attempts to address the real reason behind why we experience recurrent pain in our bodies, using simple analogies, accepted medical principles, and some common sense.
“The human body responds to the same laws of physics as every other structure in the universe. And so when the foundation of a building or a house or any structure is crooked, then cracks begin to develop in the walls. When the front-end alignment of your vehicle is askew, then the tires begin to show signs of uneven wear,” he writes, according to a media release from Page Publishing.
“Today’s medical system solely focuses on these cracks in the walls or rubber and tries to fix them with drugs, injections, or even surgery, all with very poor results. Yet when someone is able to identify and correct the underlying problem, which is often nowhere near the site of symptoms, then the pain will not only be resolved but will also never return,” he adds.
A medical practitioner’s mission should be to find and eliminate the true source of pain or disease within a specified period of time rather than to indefinitely provide treatment and temporary relief of symptoms, the release continues.
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[Source(s): Page Publishing, PRWeb]