What Is Back Pain Liberation?

Back Pain Liberation is a resource run by me, Iain Barker, to help you with proven strategies for tackling unexplained back pain.

This is the most common type of back pain.

Other names for the same condition include

  • Simple back pain
  • Back pain of unknown aetiology
  • Non-specific back pain

From a medical standpoint, there is no specific problem or disease that can be identified as the source of the pain.*

Who Is Iain Barker?

………and why should you listen to me?

I’m a guy who used to have really debilitating back problems – but not anymore.

This journey started way back in the early 90’s, a time when people rented vhs video cassettes from bricks-and-mortar shops and no-one had even heard of the internet!

I was 24 years old when I first got back pain.

It didn’t go away but instead became chronic pain – which was miserable.

Every so often I would throw my back out completely.

When this happened I couldn’t stand up or do any normal activity for a week or so – which was worse.

Since then I’ve tried a whole lot of different ways to get rid of the pain and tension.

It took me a while to figure out that no doctor or therapist would be able to fix it.

Now, more then ever, I’m a firm believer in self-reliance. Finding out what works for you and making it happen.

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Why Do I Blog?

Because I think I have something of value to offer.

Chronic back pain was a big problem for me.

The solution wasn’t obvious.

In many places around the world, there has been progress in recent years.

Primary healthcare for back pain sufferers has improved, better information is available.

Still, there are plenty of people struggling with the same issues that I had to deal with.

I think I can help people in this position cut out the nonsense and find effective solutions to unexplained back pain.

Running a blog is how I can share what I learned the hard way.

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*By this, I mean no firm diagnosis from your doctor. Be wary when you are offered plausible sounding explanations from therapists and others who are in the business of providing goods or sevices to back pain sufferers.

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