This book had some good points and some not-so-good. First, the good. It covered a lot of territory, including the anatomy, posture, positive thinking, work situations, types of therapy etc etc. It had plenty of hints in every area, of which I took note of many.The section on relaxation and positive thinking (it covered about 6 or 7 chapters) was very good, as were the medical treatment chapters (injections etc) .
However, the section on exercises was by far the weakest - not many listed, and no pictures. Also, I can't understand why the author, a doctor, would give so much credence to completely discredited theories such as homeopath, herbs etc etc. I was hoping for proper guidelines, not just a glorified roll call of possibilities.
All in all I found this book helpful, as it had literally hundreds of good ideas, and covered a lot of ground. But it's not the whole answer, particularly if you're after exercises, or hard-nosed advice about exactly what is going to help you.