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7 Great Things To Do In Freeland and The Tri-Cities If You Didn’t Have Back Pain

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Freeland and the Tri-City regions are a great place to live during the summer and fall months. Unfortunaley, many people right here in Freeland and the Tri-Cities are unable to fully enjoy these beautiful seasons due to suffering from back pain.

Many are not enjoying life to its fullest, playing with their children, or grandchildren or even getting through the day without nagging aches and pain. Instead they worry about doing to much and paying for it later. Freeland and the Tri-City region are full of amazing things to do and see, but back pain can significantly limit you from enjoying them.

Among them are the following top 7 things to do:

  1. 1
    Fishing the many lakes and rivers in the area
  2. 2
    Biking, running, or walking the rail trails in the region, including the new addition in Freeland.
  3. 3
    Playing with your children and grandchildren at the local parks
  4. 4
    Going to sporting events with family and friends
  5. 5
    Canoeing and kayaking local lakes and rivers
  6. 6
    Enjoying the many festivals in the summer and fall months
  7. 7
    Boating on the Great Lakes or lakes/rivers in the region

Are you one of those who fears getting out of the house for too long? Are you scared to go out and about and enjoy the things Freeland and the Tri-Cities have to offer? Can you see yourself watching sporting events of professional teams or family members? Does sitting cause back pain that keeps you from watching these events or keep you from driving or riding to these events? Does thinking about walking around local festivals cause you to fear waking up the next day? Are you NOT taking in the sites and sounds of this great region because you are so concerned you will not enjoy it because of the nagging aches and pain you suffer with?

If so, there is HOPE for you, or someone you love who continues to suffer.

Does getting out and about, without fear of aggravatting your pain sound good to you? Would you like to get to see all that Freeland and the Tri-City region have to offer, without having to deal with nagging aches and pains? Have you or someone you care about put off getting care and attention you need and deserve because you have been told there is nothing that can really be done except strong medications and possible surgery? Or were you told you just have to live with it? Are you depending on medications and frequent visits to the doctor to deal with your back issues?

If this describes you, or someone you love, please click here to receive a FREE Back Pain report I have put together!! A quick and easy read of some easy things you can do right now to help calm your back pain, as well as give you great information about your back!! It is time you get answers you deserve and help you need so YOU can make the best possible decisions for your health. YOU have NOTHING TO LOSE! 

P.S. For some back pain help and relief, please download our FREE Back report with quick and simple tips to help ease back pain.

Neil Sauer

Neil Sauer

Physical Therapist, Certified Health Coach and company owner Neil Sauer graduated from Saginaw Valley State University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science. During that time he played four years of collegiate soccer. Neil earned a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Central Michigan University in 2006. He has taken continuing education courses for Stanley Paris manual therapy techniques and a Gary Gray Functional Training course. He has also taken selective functional movement assessment courses with the North American Sports Medical Institute (NASMI). Neil’s treatment philosophy goes beyond reducing pain and restoring motion/mobility. He has a passion for health and wellness and for improving the quality of life of his clients, and works holistically with them to ensure their injuries do not reoccur and that his clients enjoy optimal functionality. He strives to help his patients live more active, mobile and healthy lives knowing that they don’t have to rely on pain medications, injections or surgery. In his personal life, he is married and has two sons. During spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, spending time outdoors and leading an active and healthy life. Neil also likes to read as much as possible when he finds/makes time. He primarily reads books on leadership, business and special forces. An avid exercise enthusiast, he continually works to improve his own health and wellness.
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