Effective treatment of back pain

Back pain can occur suddenly as a crick in the neck/lower back or may be creeping over time as a lumbago. It may be the first time or a recurring problem that is in the lower back, between the shoulder blades or up in the neck area. Sometimes there is radiating pain to the arms or legs if there is pressure on a nerve due to a lock or herniated disc/protusion. 

Here's how I help you
Jeg behandler nervesystemet, da smerte typisk er et respons på en kompensation et andet sted i kroppen. Hjernen bearbejder indtryk fra nervesystemet og responderer derpå. Er hjernen fejlinformeret, vil det kunne skabe uhensigtsmæssige bevægemønstre som giver dig smerter.
Through muscle testing, I find the cause in your nervous system and
treat it gently and effectively .There is no crack or twist associated with the treatment and du vil typisk kunne mærke effekt efter første behandling

From the clinic
A woman comes with back pain and both a crick in the neck and lower back. She has been to the chiropractor many times without the great effect. After the first treatment, she felt a freedom around the spine that she had not experienced since her symptoms occurred, the pain was significantly reduced and she relied on her back for movement.

I remove the cause of the pain - quickly and effectively.

Typical problems

Back and back pain is so frequent that 60-80% will experience it at some point in their lives and 15-45% will experience it annually. Back pain can be due to many causes and here are some of the typical. I treat all issues related to the back.

Lumbago/Lower back pain

Low back pain typically occurs due to torsion in the body, overload, direct injury, fall, osteoarthritis in the back. Those affected are typically between the ages of 20-55 years and the pain in the lower back makes up 80-90% of all people with acute back pain. The symptoms are acute and often similar symptoms have been there before. There may be radiation to the buttocks or thighs. The pain is more often worse with activity and decreases with rest. Low back pain can be called crick in the lumbar spine if they are acute and are caused by a lock in the small facet joints of the spine. 

Crick in the neck or lower back

This is also known as facet joint syndrome or locking. Many will go to a therapist who manipulates the joints in place and provides immediate relief of the symptoms. However, the muscles around the joint are still in imbalance and in the long run could pull the joint out of place, which is why the crick in the neck will often reappear. The muscles are stronger than the ligaments around the joint and can easily cause a new crick in the neck. An effective treatment of the neck is achieved by balancing the muscles so that they do not pull the joints. I use the newest technique in physiotherapy which is without manipulation or twist. 


A scoliosis is typically seen as an S-shaped spine with curvatures to the sides or a C-shaped spine. In my experience, it is either a symptom of an imbalance in the hip, leg or feet, but can also occur due to imbalances around the spine. The brain will always prioritize the sight to be level, so it adapts to the body. I have good experience in treating the cause of scoliosis.

Herniated disc

Between each vertebra is a disc with a soft core. If the pressure on it is in the same direction over a long period of time, the soft core can put pressure on the hard core and change the shape (protusion) or break completely through the fibers of the disc (herniation). When it presses on the nerves at the spine, it can cause nerve pressure, which you can feel as radiating pain in the form of pins and needles, decreased sensation of touch, etc. If you experience problems with water retention or faeces, contact your own doctor or an emergency room immediately. 

Studies with MRI scans of people without back pain have shown that many had a hernieated disc without symptoms. Thus, there is not always a correlation between having a discus prolapse and pain. The pain of a herniated disc can also vary greatly depending on where and how it presses on the nerve root. With a herniated disc, the body will begin to heal itself immediately and you will therefore be able to experience improvements naturally and without treatment. However, it is daunting to have radiating pain to the legs and can be reassuring to consult a physical therapist.

My experience is that a protrusion or prolapse is indicative of an imbalance in the muscles around the spine. This imbalance may have been there for a long time and this may not be the first time you have back pain. I consider it important to have the cause and symptoms of the symptoms examined and treated so that no further pain occurs.

I deal with the newest technique in physiotherapy in Denmark; P-DTR. The method has been around for over 20 years and many chiropractors and osteopaths in The United States uses this technique over their basic education because it is so effective. Clinical research is underway in the area, which will be announced on the website when available. 

Here you can hear a client tell about his experience with the treatment:

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