The humpty dumpty syndrome : lift yourself from back pain without drugs or surgery
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Published
Corvallis, OR : Master's Plan Pub. L.L.C., 2003.
Format
Book
ISBN
0972773606, 9780972773607
Physical Desc
xii, 227 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Status
Falmouth - East Branch - Adult
617.564 OXE
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Published
Corvallis, OR : Master's Plan Pub. L.L.C., 2003.
Language
English
ISBN
0972773606, 9780972773607

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Includes index.
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"Pelvic Tilt Syndrome" is easy to recognize, and simple and inexpensive to treat -- even in people who have had back pain for years and have undergone all types of treatment. Back pain can also be prevented in those who have not yet experienced discomfort by proper diagnosis and treatment. Most people who take the short time to learn the simple methods described in this book, will find relief from chronic lower back pain. Book jacket.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Oxenhandler, H. S. (2003). The humpty dumpty syndrome: lift yourself from back pain without drugs or surgery . Master's Plan Pub. L.L.C..

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Oxenhandler, Harry S. 2003. The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome: Lift Yourself From Back Pain Without Drugs or Surgery. Master's Plan Pub. L.L.C.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Oxenhandler, Harry S. The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome: Lift Yourself From Back Pain Without Drugs or Surgery Master's Plan Pub. L.L.C, 2003.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Oxenhandler, Harry S. The Humpty Dumpty Syndrome: Lift Yourself From Back Pain Without Drugs or Surgery Master's Plan Pub. L.L.C., 2003.

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