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re:mobility and limitations

Additionally I recommend Pete Egoscue's book "Painfree: A Revolutionary Method..." This is the book and the guy who got me started on the road to regaining mobility and (more importantly) hope of increased mobility. Best $14 I ever spent on Amazon. I wound up in his local clinic quite a bit, paid a lot out of pocket and don't regret a dime of it.

12 years and counting since the doc told me I should have a 2nd spine surgery (this time a fusion) and I said no thanks. I mentioned Egoscue and Doc said "Oh yeah, great stuff. You want to try that first? I don't even suggest it because people come to me and want me and my knife NOW, not homework to self correct."

KStarr came later and is complementary to Pete.
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