The following email was sent to DCP author Lee Albert from Charlotte Moser who learned about Lee’s work from one of his PBS specials. Charlotte followed Lee’s recommendations and changed her life. Here is her story in her own words:
“For a long time, I suffered from terrible upper back pain that I thought was fibromyalgia. I struggled to sleep at night, cried over and over, sought the help of various doctors, and popped muscle relaxers and Advil more often than I wanted in order to find relief.
Last December, I stumbled across a PBS program on TV that Lee Albert was on, speaking about muscular pain relief. I watched, fascinated. I bought his book the next day and on December 14th, 2019, began following his program faithfully every single day, many many times a day.
I am happy to tell him that within 4 months, I was a new, pain-free person!
I continue to this day, almost a year later, to do the stretches every single day, many times a day. It’s so easy and so worth it. I do six stretches that take me all of twelve minutes to do and five of them I can do all day long while I’m working at my job in a high school library without anyone really realizing what I’m doing.
I came to realize that I did not have fibromyalgia, but instead I had thoracic muscle pain across my upper back due to years of poor posture. I now am highly aware of keeping my posture straight both in walking and in the car driving, and when I read, which I do a lot of. I stopped slouching; I sit up straight and hold my book at eye level.
It is just amazing what a change has come over my life because I was fortunate enough to stumble across that TV show almost a year ago. I have no need for muscle relaxers or Advil anymore and I sleep like a baby again! I just want to say a heartfelt and sincere Thank You to Lee Albert for all the work he does helping people feel better naturally! I’m a new and much happier and healthier person because of him! —–Charlotte Moser
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