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How To Treat Back Pain Using Iridology

Back Pain is very common and can affect anyone at any age. The cause is often unclear and in most cases, given the proper nutrition and treatment, it will clear with time and adequate rest. The most common area of back pain is in your lower back, however back pain can be felt anywhere along your back.


The symptoms of back pain includes a sudden spike in pain, weakness, numbness or discomfort. It could also lead to loss of bladder function and stomach pain. Back pain is normally caused by sudden awkward movement that strains the back muscles and spinal ligaments,  poor posture, especially when sitting down at a desk or sofa, slouching or lifting objects incorrectly or bending incorrectly to pick up an item or even child.


In most cases, when you suffer from back pain, you automatically consult with your general practitioner doctor, chiropractor, osteopath or seek relief by getting a massage. Whilst these professionals may or may not specialise in the back, they often only treat the symptom with either pain killers or readjustment of the spine or massage the sore muscles. Most if not all will never consider the importance of nutrition in helping your back to heal. This is why after getting temporary relief from these Practitioners, you will often have to keep going back for check ups and further treatment. Sadly, we are aware of some Practitioners who deliberately do this so that they can continue to get repeat custom from their patients!


Iridology is the science of studying the iris, which is the coloured part of the eye. Weaknesses in different organs, including the spine can be identified using Iridology. Our key Iridologist, Ronald actually discovered this science when he himself injured his back many years ago as a result of serving in the army and carrying heavy back packs. Some fifty years ago, when he visited a Chiropractor to get his back fixed, he was astonished that the Chiropractor actually looked into his eyes using a magnifying glass and torch prior to adjusting his back. When asked why, the Chiropractor than explained that he was using Iridology to pinpoint which part of the spine needed adjustment.


Watch our TV recording where Ronald explains more.



Often times when you visit a specialist in back pain, they will recommend  pain killers or even life threatening surgery. Many times, these surgeries are very dangerous and the pain killers will affect your health in the longer term. When you visit an Iridology Clinic such as ours, we take the time to find out the root cause of your back pain, which may not necessarily only be caused by something physical such as sports or playing with your child or pet. Back pain is also an emotional symptom where you are or feel unsupported in an area of your life, such as being part of an unsupportive family or in a job or career where you are not receiving adequate support.


When you have a detailed two hour consultation with us, we will go through your history where an event may have resulted in your back pain. We will also review your nutrition intake and recommend improvements. Many people think they are healthy or eat well when there are still huge areas for improvement, even if you are eating organic foods and preparing meals yourself.


If you are in a job that requires you to lift items or even if you are taking care of pets or children, we will guide you on how you should manage your posture to prevent back pain from recurring. We will also recommend top quality supplements and exercises you can do to keep your back healthy for a long time going forward.


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