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Michael Sudbury

Michael Sudbury

Specialist Myofascial Release Therapist

A Personal Message From Specialist Myofascial Release Therapist Michael Sudbury:

This Report is for the person fed up with living in constant, annoying, or even debilitating, neck pain, headaches, or migraines.

Whether it’s a dull ache that doesn’t quit, and maybe it’s just tough to turn and glance for the lane change while driving – or you experience overwhelming, nauseating pains that take you completely out of commission…

  • Dizziness, tension, pressure…
  • Throbbing, fuzziness…
  • Jaw pain, ear pain, ringing or tinnitus...

Whether it’s from an accident, surgery, or you don’t even have a clue…

...You Don’t Have To “Put Up With It.”

It’s not “genetics” and you don’t have to rely on expensive pain meds and muscle relaxers (with all their side-effects) to “manage” it.

And no, we’re not talking (more) surgery here either.

Now, if that’s got your attention, excellent, you are in the right place. But I also want to point out… This report is especially for the person suffering from chronic neck pain, headaches, or migraines who has tried the standard solutions, tried the alternative solutions, and is just plain frustrated because nothing has worked.

Even If It’s Been Years (Or Even Decades), This Report On Ending Neck Pain, Headaches & Migraines Is For You.

And if it hasn’t been years yet, don’t wait until it has been! Contrary to common wisdom, rest and waiting are not the best solutions for your pain.

Besides, what would you be (or are you already) missing out on in the meantime? That extra round of golf? Getting down to some serious play and fun? Messing around with, or just plain handling (grand)kids? Or work? Putting up with neck pain, headaches, or migraines is seriously detrimental to work and getting ahead too, even if it’s a desk job…

Hi, I’m Michael Sudbury. I Specialize In Helping People Out Of Pain That Has Frustrated All Other Attempts At Resolution.

What makes what I do different? My approach gets to the fundamental issue that is keeping you from the pain-free, active lifestyle you want.

Every approach out there is aimed at the pain, the spot that’s breaking down. Or at a few “weak” or tight muscles that supposedly need to do a better job. Or, even worse, just giving you drugs to manage the pain. Nerve blocks? Botox? Fusions? ...Yikes!

These approaches give temporary relief. They’re even quite good at that part...for a while. Some with permanent side-effects!

The trouble with it all is this: The spot that hurts isn’t the problem! The spot that hurts is being overwhelmed by distorted and restricted tissues around it. Those weak or tight muscles are weakened and tightened because of the context of the rest of the body around them, not because you’re lazy! Discs are being herniated, nerves pinched, and pressures inside your head are increased because of distortions and excessive tensions caused by restricted movement of tissues in the rest of the head, neck, and even body.

I’m not getting into a lesson about it all here, but our culture’s approach to long term health and bodies that move well and feel good even into later sorely, sorely lacking.

I’ve had so many conversations where it’s obvious that a real shift in approach is needed… It’s hard not to get frustrated myself, actually. But I was there too, once.

The short of it is, if you’ve been living with chronic neck pain, headaches, or migraines, I really, really hope you’ll take a look at this report – so much so that I’m making it available for no charge at all.

It’s a simple first step to making that shift in approach, and to greatly improving the results you’ve been experiencing.

In my report, I’ve put together a few simple steps that will start to address your pain, helping you sleep and feel better. These are steps that have benefited all the other people I’ve helped out of their chronic neck pain, headaches, or migraines.

Now, I can’t promise that any one or even all of them will work for your particular situation, or that what has worked for so many others will absolutely work for you…

But reading this report has got to be better than spending another day resting, accepting it, thinking it’s “your lot in life,” or even worse, masking it with painkillers…

If Your Pain Is Affecting Your Job, Threatening Your Independence Or Your Family Time, Then It’s Time To Act – You Need To Read This FREE REPORT:

I want you to imagine what life will be like in five years if you don’t address your neck pain, headaches, or migraines now. How will your pain affect your job? Your preservation of self-worth and your independence? Will you be a fun person to be with? Or, even live with? Ok, you get my drift…

It’s time to request my free tips report… do that by calling the clinic using (801) 449-0594, or, click the orange button below and confirm your details.

There are a limited number of free copies of this report available – so please request it today.

Committed to Restoring Your Potential,

Michael Sudbury

Specialist Myofascial Release Therapist

FREE REPORT: "How to End Neck Pain, Headaches, and Migraines...

...The Reason Nothing Has Worked, and What Finally Will”

Yours Free From Specialist Myofascial Release Therapist, Michael Sudbury

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    Living with chronic neck pain was exhausting. It took so much of my energy to cope with the pain, that little was left over for anything else. My personal and professional life suffered, and I was often cranky and unapproachable. I had tried everything I could think of to get rid of the pain-with little to no success. After receiving Myofascial Release Therapy from Michael Sudbury, my neck pain has diminished to the point that I often forget I ever had it. I can once again enjoy my family, friends, and hobbies with energy to spare. People keep telling me that I’m glowing with happiness, and it certainly feels that way! Working with Michael has been a pleasure. He is warm and friendly, with a quiet, calm demeanor that inspires confidence. And his enthusiasm for his work is contagious! He is a caring, compassionate person, who has treated me as a person, not just an ailment. I highly recommend Michael to anyone suffering from chronic pain.
    Tracy 40's, Salt Lake City

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    Michael Sudbury helped me after a few severe auto accidents. I'd gone through physical therapy and chiropractic, but still had weakness, pain, and memory loss. He helped me notice issues with my posture that rooted in the lower back, rather than my neck and shoulders like I thought. He also brought out issues in my ribcage, from my body hitting and wrapping around the seatbelt with the accident. He noticed and took care of much more - but these two were the most memorable and I improved quickly. I was much more mobile and able to lose the weight I'd gained after the accidents as a result. He is quite intuitive - and I'd have to also say inspired as he treats patients. My word choices don't even cover what he can do. He helps YOU when you are with him. I respond better to what he does than assembly-line medical care, and I'm so glad that I know him.
    Julie 40's, Idaho Falls, ID

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    In February 2014, my family doctor recommended I see a myofascial release therapist. I had no idea what myofascial release was, but it was kind of my last option for help with intense, debilitating headaches, incredible muscle tension and pain in my neck, shoulder and jaw, and dizziness every time I moved. I really, really hurt, and my life had come to a sudden, screeching halt.

    I was 38 and had pretty much given up on returning to an active lifestyle as a wife and mother. There were so many things I couldn’t do anymore—taking care of my family, teaching, running, playing the piano, driving, sitting for prolonged periods of time, shopping, reading, sleeping, or visiting with friends. Even talking hurt. Prior to this doctor’s visit, I had essentially been on bed rest for several weeks, been through traditional physical therapy for what was diagnosed as tension headaches and a straightened cervical spine, had x-rays and an MRI which showed 2 disc protrusions, consulted with a neurologist to rule out nerve damage, been prescribed multiple rounds of strong pain killers and muscle relaxants, spent a few weeks in a cervical collar, used heat packs and ice packs and experimented with a TENS unit, visited a chiropractor, and tried acupuncture/acupressure. At one point my doctor recommended a spinal tap to rule out meningitis. The MRI was to rule out a brain tumor or aneurysm. Nobody really knew what was wrong.

    Four months of rest and medication and multiple visits to doctors did little to relieve the pain in my head or dizziness when I moved. So it didn’t really matter that I didn’t know what myofascial release was because I was willing to try anything at that point. And I am so glad I did. It has been one of the hardest things I have ever done. But it has also been one of the best things I have ever done. Twice a week for almost 8 months I have been to myofascial release therapy.

    It is probably good I didn’t know what I was getting into during the first 3-4 months of therapy. My therapist would have to remind me when I struggled with how slow the progress was that I could barely walk down the hall the first time he saw me. It took a long time for me to recognize the physical changes, but it gradually got to a point where my head didn’t throb all the time, the pain was more tolerable, and I could add back in really slow walking. I remember when I could walk a mile again. I was so excited it only took 35 minutes. Less than 18 months prior to that I had completed my third ½ marathon, but I was so excited to be able to walk that first mile again.

    As I continued to improve physically, I slowly began to realize that myofascial release goes way beyond physical struggles and has the potential to reach much deeper and help address and heal emotional struggles. I fought this idea for a long time, refusing to even acknowledge the emotional battles I was fighting and hanging onto. This is the part I would have stayed far away from if someone had told me it at the beginning. I would have run from anyone that tried to convince me that physical pain can be caused by and is affected by emotions.

    My analytical, logical, have to see it to believe it mind had a really hard time accepting the idea that if I was willing to go there, myofascial release could help heal things I wasn’t even aware of but that were directly related to my pain. I didn’t have an accident that caused my physical problems. I didn’t have a sudden trauma or anything readily identifiable as the source of the headaches and dizziness and pain. But as one therapist put it, life caught up with me one day, and that life had been hard. And I was no longer able to function until a lot of things had been addressed and resolved. And they weren’t just physical and structural issues.

    There were also a lot of emotions and anger and fears that I just never learned how to deal with. There were a lot of things I didn’t understand in the first few months of myofascial release. Things about letting go, and softening, and belief systems, about awareness, and feeling, and trusting the process. Things that were completely foreign to my way of thinking. But I was willing to try because even when it was hard, I knew it was helping in ways that I believed would not only be more permanent but also life changing. It sounds cliché, but it isn’t. I read as much as I could. And I kept going back each week. A lot of times I was scared, and hesitant, and stubborn, and in pain, and distracted, and discouraged, and really hard on myself. Sometimes I still am. It can be really hard to trust that things really will get better. But they do. There are still things I need to address, still a lot of things I don’t understand or know, and I am not ready to run again yet. But I can walk as far and as long as I want to, and things are so much better now than they were a year ago! I feel so much better now than I did a year ago. And I am so grateful to have been directed to myofascial release.

    The therapists I am blessed to know always meet me with compassion and skill and a depth of understanding that I have rarely encountered in a health professional. They meet me exactly where I am and help in exactly the ways I need—every time. There has been a lot of gentle encouragement and some not so gentle encouragement, some words to ponder and some to help redirect my thinking, and a lot of silence where I am learning to feel again and find myself. Every time is different. But even when things are hard and scary, and maybe especially when things are hard and scary, I am met with love and an overwhelming sense of safety which is allowing me to heal a little bit more every time. And I am grateful. The work a myofascial therapist does is incredibly profound and truly can change a life.
    Vanetta 40's Shelley, ID (she drives 3 hours each way to see Michael)

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    [Mfr] was one of the best things I've chosen to do for myself.
    I was feeling limited in what my body was capable of doing when I was going to dance class.
    My posture… especially in dance, I would see this “C” curve.
    I was out of ideas for what to do by myself… my dance instructor told me I should try myofascial release. It has made a huge difference.
    And oh yeah, I used to have headaches every single day! I would get nauseated and was throwing up almost every single morning, just feeling yucky all the time. That doesn't happen anymore. That used to be my regular, every day.
    I was missing out on all of it, because I was so tired, because I just didn't feel good, I didn’t get to do as many of the things with my family or with my friends that I would want to do.

    I grew up with chiropractic, and that was good, but for me, myofascial release is cumulative – each treatment builds upon the last.

    I hadn't tried really very much, honestly. I didn't do much self care, I just kind of thought this is my body, this is what it does, this is just sort of what I'm stuck with – and that's not true. I've learned that big time, it's not true. There's so much more that can be done.
    Jenny 40's, Salt Lake City, UT

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