Low Back Pain, Hip Pain, Sciatica Self-Treatment


It’s an interesting thing about the way some people will only believe something when it’s had clinical research — yet the same people will buy over the counter drugs that haven’t had any research done at all. Recently I had a man on a LinkedIn group giving me grief because I was explaining about the muscles that have a negative impact on the back and are a key part of problems such as low back pain, sciatica, hip pain, knee pain, and more. He feels that if there isn’t clinical research, measuring the length of the muscles, that I can’t say that it releases the tension and stops the pain.

I won’t go into all the details but I finally decided to leave the group because I wasn’t going to have an on-going argument with him, I have too many other things to do. Yesterday I received an email from my friend Joan in Texas. Joan had been suffering from terrible pain that was going undiagnosed, even after going to many doctors and therapists. She had found my site online, hired me to do an online consultation, bought my book, and eliminated her pain by herself. That was two years ago and we’ve since met, and I taught her local massage therapist how to do the Julstro Protocol so she could help Joan, and help her other clients.

Joan was just writing to make sure I was okay from the storm (I am, and so is my family in NY). I wrote back to her and was telling her about this man and his argument with me. What she wrote back has made me feel good, and I want to share it with you.

Here’s Joan’s email:

…the meat and potatoes of it is that it works!! when this person is in pain and gets relief, he will let go of his pressing need for clinical research–clinical research doesn’t even compare to “it works!!!!” hahahahahaha!!! keep going keep going!!!!! There need to be more people that do what works and ignore the “elite” – thank YOU for all you do!! You have made such a difference to me!!
Love to you!

You don’t need to be in pain — you really CAN treat yourself successfully – even without clinical research trials!

Wishing you well,


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