Books and Support Materials

There are 4 books all of which are different.

Back Mechanic directs the patient through a self assessment of pain triggers. Based on the assessment they are coached on strategies to reduce pain sensitivity first, then how to build a pain-free foundation for movement. Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance directs those interested in enhancing performance in a way that spares the spine or returns athleticism to an injured athlete. Low Back Disorders: Evidence based prevention and rehabilitation is a content rich volume intended for clinicians. The latest book The Gift of Injury: The strength athletes guide to recovery from Back Injury to Performance tells the story of a record holding Powerlifter who suffered a massive crush injury to the lumbar spine. His fall to the depths of despair, followed by the rise to re-gaining champion form. Included is the methodology and training regimen suitable for all strength athletes.

Back Mechanic: The Step-by-step McGill Method to fix back pain

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Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance

Low Back Disorders: Evidence-Based Prevention and Rehabilitation (3rd Edition)

NEW: Gift of Injury: The strength athlete’s guide to recovering from back injury to winning again

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BackFitPro Videos

Enhanced Video Back Mechanic:
Book + Streaming Video Modules

The Ultimate Back (DVD): Assessment and Therapeutic Exercise SECOND EDITION (2012)

The Ultimate Back (DVD): Enhancing Performance

The New Science of Golf [DVD] Lee Brandon and Stuart McGill

Wholesale prices for your clinic and patients

Clinicians find it helpful to retail books and back supports to their patients. Please contact kathryn@backfitpro.com for volume and prices. Alternatively, discount codes can be provided to your patients for purchase from the backfitpro.com website, avoiding the need to handle books.