Benefit from the experience of the Pro Who's been treating Back and Joint problems for over 4 decades
Sarah Key has written five best-selling self-help books on spine and joint problems. Her books take you through the causes, the different syndromes, relief from acute pain, long-term treatment and self-help exercises - and lots more.
Sarah's books have positively impacted sufferers throughout the world, with translations in several languages. She appeals to all societies, all ages and all demographics. In fact, two of Sarah's books include forewords by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.
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Sarah Key's 5 Books are Unique in the medical world
SARAH KEY, THE STRAIGHT-TALKING HEALTH WRITER
Unashamedly speaks to sufferers first
Answers all your commonly asked questions
Deals with all joint problems of the body, not just backs
Explains your symptoms better than you could yourself
Uses layman's language, not impenetrable medical jargon
Explains how MRI's and X-rays often highlight false positives
Explains how simple conditions can become complicated
Differentiates between acute and chronic back disorders
Shows you how to deal with acute pain crises yourself
Explains about medication and when you need it
SHOWS YOU HOW YOU CAN FIX PROBLEMS YOURSELF
Here they are, those Sarah Key books
BACK IN ACTION
First published in 1986, this book is now in its fifth edition. It's easy reading for joe public; not too fussed about the course of events in spinal breakdown. Written in question and answer format with clear single line drawings.
First published in 1992 and also in its fifth edition, this book is rapidly becoming something of a reference manual in the Yoga world. Discusses all the different joints of the body, how they work, what repetitive stereotyped actions cause their breakdown and the best stretches to combat this. Many of the exercises are based on Iyengar yoga.
First published in 2000, this popular back book is the market leader in both the UK and Australia. It proposes a hypothesis for simple (non-specific) back pain which the medical and scientific worlds have struggled to explain. It charts the breakdown from simple stiffness of a spinal segment to more complex disorders, and their management in reversing through self-treatment.
Published in 2010 and co-written with Vicky Roberts, one of Sarah’s first graduates from her Masterclasses in the UK. This book can literally be carried in your handbag. It is an abbreviated version of Back Sufferers' Bible with some additional helpful handy hints.
Sarah's newest book is available ONLY on Kindle. It's essential reading for anyone contemplating back surgery. It gives you un-varnished facts and helps you decide whether you should really have surgery.
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