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Treat Your Own Neck [Paperback]

Robin McKenzie
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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Jan. 1 2011 0987650416 978-0987650412 5th edition
Help yourself to a pain-free neck. The simple and effective self-help exercises in Robin McKenzie's Treat Your Own Neck have helped thousands find relief from common neck pain. This easy-to-follow book helps you understand the causes, treatments and exercises to help relieve pain and prevent recurrence.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Get New Updated version instead! July 15 2003
This book totally saved my life. I picked it up on the way to a Christmas craft fair I was working...and during the afternoon I did a few of the exercizes along with some in Treat Your Own Back. The relief was instant. I couldn't believe it! The only thing about these books is that Robin McKenzie has updated his method and combined both books into "7-Steps to a Pain Free Life: How to Rapidly Relieve Back and Neck Pain" by Craig Kubey and Robin McKenzie. So...get the updated version instead!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I wish I had read this book 20 years ago! Feb. 6 2004
This book is an easy read, with easy to follow pictures of how to do the exercises, some of which are so simple that I can do them in my car while sitting at a stoplight. The book shows how to do about 5 exercises that not only relieve neck pain - they ward off future occurences of it. Also helpful was the photos of postures to avoid while sitting, driving, and sleeping - I didn't know how important that was. I also recommend "Treat Your Own Back", also by Robin A. McKenzie.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Valid Reviews? April 24 2013
These are the same reviews posted on the "treat your own back" book. Was going to buy it until I noticed that, looks like they were cut and pasted so not sure how valid these reviews are.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pain in the Neck? March 22 2012
If you have neck pain from stress, injury or too long at the computer, this book is for you. It explains why you have pain, and offers simple and effective exercises to reduce pain and then build strength.
It only 65 pages so it's not a lot to wade through. Give it a try!
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5.0 out of 5 stars I Love it June 7 2014
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I use these books (Treat you own neck & Treat Your Own Back) in my clinic all the time. In fact, I give them to my patients to supplement my education. It"s not a substitute for a Good, Well Qualified Physiotherapist. But as I've said, it's a great supplement.
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I liked the clarity of the instruction re exercises together with the accompanying photographs but after a few days I had found Exercise 2 particularly quite painful and became concerned as to the extent to which that might be "normal" or whether I had been "pushing it" a bit too far. I consequently would have liked a fuller explanation as to the reaction which might be expected following regular use of that exercise. I have since tended to try to embody that exercise within a normal daily routine - eg gardening and generally "pottering about" outside which seems to be showing some improvement.
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