Da Nang Damned!

Wednesday, December 14, 2011


Losing The Back Pain Update: The above picture is a photo of your's truely. This picture was taken a few days after my sixty-fifth birthday last September. Now I am not auditioning for American Idol or a part in an up coming "Twilight" movie. The point of the picture is to show that I walk the talk. At sixty-five I am healthy and strong. I am still working full time and with commuting my work day averages twelve hours.

Three years ago I was not the picture of health. I was suffering from a herniated disc receiving physical therapy and dealing with constant pain. After back surgery I had hope that the pain would go away. Unfortunately the pain persisted even though the surgery was "successful".

It was only after taking charge of my own health and learning about the Lose The Back Pain System that I finally regain my health and live pain free. Believe me you owe it to yourself to try the system (BEFORE UNDERGOING THE KNIFE!). Back surgery should be your obsolute last resort when all else fails! Back Surgery is not a cure all, there is no guarantee that you will be pain free.

The great thing about the Lose The Back Pain System is that it is customized for your specific back condition. You also have the benefit of one on one consulation with a trained professional. Jesse Cannon and his staff have helped thousands to lose their back pain for good.