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    Thomas Griner
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    Avery; First edition (October 1, 1995)
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Start by marking What's Really Wrong with You? . In this book, Griner lists common misdiagnoses, explains the true causes of specific symptoms, and tells how to relieve muscle spasms through exercise and massage.

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Do you suffer from allergies, headaches, or arthritis? Do you endure the constant pain of backaches, knee problems, or TMJ? Or are you affected by asthma, high blood pressure, or digestive disorders? Regardless of your particular condition, you are probably acutely aware of your symptoms. Your doctor, family members, and friends may offer advice, suggesting treatments that provide temporary relief of your symptoms. But until you know what's really wrong with you, you will never be able to effectively eliminate the problem.In What's Really Wrong With You?, Thomas Griner presents a revolutionary look at how muscles - yes, muscles - can affect your health. Muscle comprises more than half of the body's mass. Yet this major part of the anatomy has been consistently overlooked in traditional diagnoses of common ailments. That is, until now. In this book, Thomas Griner reveals how unhealthy muscles can cause a broad range of disorders, from back pain to bronchitis. And he shows you how these problems can be successfully overcome without the use of drugs or surgery.Divided into three parts, What's Really Wrong With You? is a clearly written guide to understanding many common ailments and how they can be corrected. In Part One, the author discusses how muscles become unhealthy. Part Two presents in straightforward language and detailed illustrations the physiological role of muscle in many illnesses. And to promote muscle health, Part Three explains how you can perform body-friendly exercises. It also tells you how to apply the author's own muscle-massage technique, which has proven effective for patients with varying disorders.So if you're sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, and you're looking for some answers, let this ground-breaking book be your first step on the road to vital health.

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I purchased and read this book several years ago upon the prodding of a friend and must say that I was very pleasantly surprised.

First of all, I am no Doctor, Chiropractor, etc., but I can reason and think and Mr. Griner's premise makes a heck of alot of sense!

Why are so many people in continuous and recurring back and even body pain? Why is the answer from the Chiropractors always herniated discs, slipped discs, subluxations, etc., etc. and utilize the one-size-fits-all treatments including the standard and continuous "cracking" of the neck and twisting the spine? I happen to feel that all this "cracking", twisting, pulling...the moving tables, et al causes MORE spasm which is probably the root problem to begin with and not the other way around.

If the spasm could be alleviated then the spine can straighten out due to the fact that the pain is cortorting you. I've been through the pain with the femoral nerve that goes down the side of the leg to the knee and to the foot being so inflamed, that the pain manifested itself only in the knee and I reached the point where I wanted to cut my leg off to get rid of the pain! I had to hold my leg up - favoring it - because I could not walk with it. (Most people in pain tend to favor different areas of the body when in pain.) I finally found a chiropractor that insisted that he had a different treatment and could help me. He pressed deep into the buttock and released the spasm that was causing the nerve to be pinched....but this is after 3 prior chiropractors made my pain worse!

Mr. Griner, I would definitely say, has something here and I WISH that more Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Physical Therapists and Massage Therapists would learn this technique and truly help their patients alleviate their pain!

Unfortunately some prior reviewers found issue with some of the illustrations, which may or may not be correct, but I think when reading this book, the whole picture should be taken into account...that is what Mr. Griner's main point is.
A 'get-back-to-basics' book for those whose speciality is working with muscles. A common-sense approach to much that is wrong with us. In spite of Griner's results, I'm not sure about the scientific link with mental conditions. Maybe the patient responded to the manual therapy and attention given to them. As a physiotherapist I also find the results of treating severe spinal injuries difficult to explain in terms of neurological damage. As he comments though, there are not many specialists with a comprehensive knowledge of muscles.
Amazing book! I wish more doctors would look into alternative medicine rather than just generalizing everyone's problem as a standard issue. This book is a great example as to how so many different things could cause the pain in body and how to target them.
The writer makes everything perfectly clear, no one who speaks English, above the age of 13 would not be able to understand!

The book discusses plainly every ailment and 'condition' and anyone who truly wants their body to be in the best condition possible can learn from this book.

Highly recommended also for professionals: personal trainers, physio therapists, massage therapists and Bowen Therapists. Chiropractors will not like it. Medical doctors will not like it either.

But their day is over. Anyone who is tired of being treated and maligned by 'specialists' should do what they can to get and KEEP this book, although you will be tempted to loan it out.
Finally, someone is speaking out about exercise and how healthy it really isn't! Constant contraction without proper alignment and balance will add to the problems. I am not sure about his virus theory of muscle spasm, but I do see alot of the same problems on the same days. The diagrams are not mislabeled as someone else mentioned- you just have to realize look carefully. I have had some Griner work done and it is great!
When I re-order I'll read it and write a review. I read excerpts from this book about ten years ago. The three-star rating is only because I haven't read it cover to cover. The one statement from the book I read before that was so profound is this: medical school students work on cadavers and study almost no live muscle physiology; they're taught about the dead instead of the living.
I could almost overlook the theory that "shoulder viruses (specific for each shoulder)" cause tense shoulders, but when I find multiple instances of diagrams with mislabled muscles, I have to give this book the heave-ho. What practicing massage therapist thinks the gluteus minimus is on the front of the body, or that the levator scapulae is "scalenes"? The therapy might work, but the theory seems to be on shaky terrain.
Massage therapists, if you need ONE book and just one. TAKE THIS ONE!