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Back Pain Relief Diet: The Undiscovered Key to Reducing Inflammation & Eliminating Pain

Summary: What if there was a simple solution to ease your back pain?
Air Date: 9/6/18
Duration: 22:33
Host: David Friedman, ND, DC
Guest Bio: Todd Sinett, DC
Dr. Todd Sinett is a pain expert and chiropractor. In his bestselling series of books, including 3 Weeks to a Better Back, he has introduced the Sinett Solution: the practice of listening to the whole body and treating all sources of back pain on the structural, digestive, and emotional levels (what the calls the “triad of health”). He is a recognized authority in applied kinesiology and has served as clinical expert for many TV programs, including The View, FoxMD, and Good Day New York. Dr. Sinett has been a lecturer on MSNBC and at the Learning Annex, and has been featured in countless health and fitness publications.
  • Book Title: The Back Pain Relief Diet: The Undiscovered Key to Reducing Inflammation and Eliminating Pain
  • Guest Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/DrSinett/
  • Guest Twitter Account: @DrSinett
Back Pain Relief Diet: The Undiscovered Key to Reducing Inflammation & Eliminating Pain
Up to 85% of Americans will experience back pain at some point in their lives, and 20 percent are suffering at any given time.

There is no other ailment that impacts this many collective individuals. Back pain has become the number one reason for job disability, the number two reason for visits to the doctor, and the number three reason for hospitalization. 

It also affects social, emotional, and mental health. 

In his book, The Back Pain Relief Diet, Dr. Todd Sinett explains that doctors aren’t succeeding in diagnosing and treating back pain because they aren’t targeting all the sources of back pain. And, there’s a big one they’re overlooking: our diet.

Listen as Dr. Sinett joins Dr. Friedman to discuss his research behind the book, as well as how gut inflammation has a significant influence on back pain.
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