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Therapy Noodles ™ – Low cost, effective self-help for back pain and computer neck

Therapy Noodles ™ – Low cost, effective self-help for back pain and computer neck

I was nearly disabled from back pain and computer neck when a friend turned me on to ‘therapy noodles’ prescribed by his physical therapist. On this website you can read my story about how Therapy Noodles™ (also known as foam rollers) helped me regain a healthy back and neck, allowing me to say goodbye to [...]

August 22, 2010 Welcome - About No Comments

Easy exercises for back pain

Here is a link to one of the most simple exercises to prevent back pain. My chiropractor taught me this 20 years ago.

April 19, 2014 Articles & Interviews No Comments

Recommended Therapy Noodles (foam rollers)

Recommended Therapy Noodles (foam rollers)

Here is a selection of noodles including my two favorites, the 36″ HALF MOON Therapy Noodle TM — recommended for beginners and those who need a little more reassurance. Use with flat side down for a more stable and supportive exercise tool. The 36″ FULL ROUND noodle is the best for an overall stretch. Other noodles may [...]

October 24, 2010 Buy Foam Roller-Therapy Noodles (TM) 1 Comment

Therapy Noodles Made In America

Therapy Noodles Made In America

For people who want to buy American, here are some great Make in the USA noodles that only cost a couple bucks more. Any of these are excellent for myofascial release techniques and our general suggested directions for back and neck exercises.

October 2, 2010 Buy Foam Roller-Therapy Noodles (TM) No Comments

How I saved my health…and my job…for $30

How I saved my health…and my job…for $30

For many years, I’ve have back and neck pain stemming from horseback riding and skiing accidents in my youth combined with a writing career that requires me to spend many hours a day in front of a computer. My posture sometimes isn’t the greatest, and that doesn’t help, either. I tried to take good care [...]

September 22, 2010 Featured No Comments

Save money with inexpensive therapy ‘noodles’ for back and neck pain

Save money with inexpensive therapy 'noodles' for back and neck pain

Can’t afford extended visits to chiropractors, osteopaths and acupuncturist? Maybe your health insurance won’t pay for these services? Before you consider expensive surgeries and rehabilitation, and ongoing years of drugs and doctor visits, consider these Self Help Back Therapy Noodles. Please read my story and the testimonials of others here on the site. This simple [...]

September 22, 2010 Featured No Comments

Back Pain Statistics

Back Pain Statistics

According to an article in the 2010 winter issue of the National Council on Strength and Fitness News, it is estimated that 31 million Americans are experiencing some level of lower back pain at any time. The calculated yearly cost to our health-care system to relieve the pain is estimated at $50 million. The American [...]

September 21, 2010 Health News No Comments

Noodle Video

Watch some simple and effective exercises on the therapy noodle that can improve your posture and the health of your back and neck.

September 15, 2010 Exercise Videos, Therapy Noodle(tm) HOW TO No Comments

Slumping shoulders?

A few years ago I developed a bad neck problem. My son, Derek, and I had been working on his house seven days a week for nearly a year. Mostly I was painting or staining wood along with some hammering and nailing. All this time I was using my right arm extensively.

I began having an annoying pain in the left side of my neck/head. It was bad in the evening, especially when there was any stress. I was fearful of some kind of blockage in a vein or artery, but the doctor dispelled that. My first insight came from a therapist who gave me a massage in Eureka Springs, AR. She observed that while my right shoulder was easily manipulated my left shoulder could not be manipulated in a certain way: it was “frozen” (This was not obvious to me as the “freezing” was somehow related to the shoulder/ribs linkages).

September 13, 2010 Articles & Interviews 1 Comment