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With the Back Pain Show 2017 only 48 hours away keep your eyes on their twitter page which is full to the brim of all the exhibitors and activities and talks (which are selling out fast) going on over the two day event.

From Teacher Training and Yoga Foundation Courses on offer at the show to finding out about Natural pain relief, the Back Pain Show has it all for any back pain sufferer. I am really disappointed that I will be in hospital for my surgery and unable to attend this event which I was really looking forward to going to.

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With free yoga and pilates taster sessions available at the show plus some amazing speakers –

Gavin Bradley, founder and managing director of Active Working®, which operates “Get Standing®” campaigns in Great Britain, Australia, USA and Canada.

Daniel Lawrence, a Chartered Physiotherapist with over 10 years’ experience treating back pain in private practice.

Simon Love, a qualified physiotherapist with over 25 years’ experience as a manual handling trainer and teacher in settings including acute, community, mental health, schools, private hospitals, operating theatres and industry.​

David Rogers, chartered physiotherapist at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham and author of “Back to Life” who has over 20 years’ experience of helping people with back pain to recover function and regain their quality of life.

​Read more about these speakers and others coming to the show or  to book a slot to attend their talks, at the Back Pain Show Site.

There’ll be plenty to see – and hear – at the Show on both days.

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The Back Pain Sh0w 2017 is on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th May 2017 at St. Andrew’s Stadium, Birmingham, B9 4RL.

The one-stop shop for all those who suffer from back problems along with the health professionals who look after them.

Organised on behalf of Backcare – the National Back Pain Association – the exhibition will feature therapies, products and services associated with the treatment of back pain as well as a range of professional conferences, presentations and seminars.

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The show is a must for the 75 per cent of the population who are likely to experience back pain at some point in their lives. In 2017 – for the first time – we are also introducing a section on manual handling, looking at the problems caused by poor lifting and handling techniques and how with the right knowledge you can keep safe.

The Back Pain Show is free for visitors to attend – just click HERE  to register your places.