Sunken lower back

In response.

A sunken lower back is the direct result of an inwardly protruding slipped disc of the spinal cord and an inwardly curving spinal cord.

The only feeling one gets from an outwardly protruding slipped disc of the spinal cord is a weak lower back. There is usually much less feeling of weakness from an inwardly protruding slipped disc of the spinal cord. However, both protrusions are equally tenuous.

UNFORTUNATELY, many doctors recommend lower back surgery for such conditions if there is pain. SURGERY IS ABSOLUTELY WRONG in this case !!

The resolution is actually very simple.

Again, a sunken lower back is the direct result of an inwardly protruding slipped disc of the spinal cord and an inwardly curving spinal cord.

Get a dining chair with a relatively tall back. Stand behind the chair, the top crossbar of the chair’s back should be at the lower abdomen level. Now bend slowly forwards using the lower abdomen that is against the chair as the pivot. The torso is now leaning forward and the head is above the seat of the chair. Hold that position for 10 to 15 minutes.

Now, straighten up VERY SLOWLY, very very slowly. Take a rest and try it again if needed.

This movement adjusts the alignment of the disc and the spinal cord. The resulting feeling is that one can now somehow stand up straighter. This means that the alignment of the disc and the spinal cord is successful. The sunken lower back will also not feel and look so sunken anymore.

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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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