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You CAN live without pain

Tonight, I’ve got a special Daily Dose message from my buddy Dr. Joshua Levitt, who’s got a fix on something that troubles us all – especially as we get long in the tooth.

And that, my friend, is pain. Not just a twinge here or there, but pain that won’t let up – pain that’s so bad, it can leave you down for the count.

You know I wouldn’t share this space with anybody unless I w

as fully behind what they had to say. And Dr. Levitt has earned my trust in spades.
Take a gander below at what he’s got to say about pain… and how to fix it in just a few weeks.

He’s got something else in store for you, too, no matter if your pain is like a jackhammer in your head or a sledgehammer to your back. Keep an eye out for it. — JH

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You’ve probably seen the commercial where Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers goes after a fly in his house with a golf club. After total destruction and chaos result, his friend sitting on the couch asks, “Well, did you get it?”

And that’s pretty much how most mainstream doctors work. They attack your pain with risky drugs, injections or surgery.

And guess what? Despite all that high-tech medicine, they still don’t “get it.” They destroy the house trying to kill that fly, without ever thinking to just open up the window.

Here’s a perfect example. When I first saw Kevin in my clinic he had already consulted with a specialist, who’d diagnosed rotator-cuff tendonitis. He could barely move his right arm without experiencing severe shoulder pain, and the OTC anti-inflammatories he’d been taking just weren’t giving him any relief.

His doc said his only option was to start up on even more potent (and risky) prescription drugs, as well as steroid injections.

Although I agreed with his doctor’s diagnosis – inflammation in the rotator-cuff tendons – that’s where our agreement ended. Because, as you’ll see, my approach to treating Kevin’s problem, and many other painful conditions, is vastly different.

I always find it amazing that some doctors will take you from injury right into surgery without pausing to consider any of the possible causes!

Pain always starts with a trauma or injury. But it’s not always as obvious as tripping over something and falling.

In fact, there are three kinds of trauma: acute, subacute, and chronic.

Acute is exactly like it sounds: You know precisely the moment when that golf or tennis swing or toss of the football took you down. There’s no mistaking acute trauma!

With subacute trauma, you’re not exactly sure when you got hurt… but hours, maybe days later, the pain starts to kick in.

In chronic trauma, there’s no specific moment of injury. Rather, it’s a pattern of much smaller “micro” injuries that have been going on slowly for months, years, or even decades.

Before you sign on for any procedure or fill any prescription, there are 4 easy steps you can take that can erase the pain – even if your mobility is severely limited.

And I’m not just talking about a stopping a little wince of pain somewhere, but helping chronic pain everywhere from your neck and shoulders all the way down to your ankles and feet.

This easy method can even address that lower back pain that nothing seems to help… and never seems to go away!

With these 4 easy steps that are custom-tailored to address your specific problem area (or areas, since it’s ever rarely just one thing), you can melt away the pain in practically every part of your body in as little as 21 days!

I call them MoRSS:

#1: Mobilization

#2: Release

#3: Strengthening

#4: Stretching

Whichever type of trauma caused the pain you’re in right now, I have every confidence that with 21 days of MoRSS under your belt, you can’t even imagine how much better you’ll be feeling!

I’ll be telling you more about MoRSS and how you can put it to use soon. It’s important to know exactly the right approach – including the secret to targeting your specific areas of pain so you get the most relief. Because doing them the wrong way could create even more pain.

And that’s the last thing you want.

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