DDP YOGA for Back Pain
There are hundreds of millions of people who suffer from back pain - many of whom have learned to cope with it, and work around it day-to-day. For some, it can get so severe that it impacts the smallest details of daily life.
DDPY was created because Diamond Dallas Page was one of those people. When he ruptured his L4 and L5 discs and was told his professional wrestling career was over, he was desperate to find a solution. DDPY was born when he realize that combining traditional yoga positions with sports rehabilitation techniques and old-school calisthenics healed his back and saved his career.
DDP believed so strongly in what it did for him, he wanted to share it with others. Since then we've heard from many others, unsolicited feedback, that DDP YOGA has helped others with herniated discs, spinal stenosis, low back pain, sciatica and more back related issues. Many of these people used DDPY as a last resort to prevent the need for spinal surgery, regain mobility, save their physically demanding careers, or simply return to everyday life.
If you still suffer from back pain and haven't found a solution - you owe it to yourself to give it a try. Think of the cost saved on chiropractic visits, pain medication, or expensive surgery. More importantly, think of what you'll gain by being able to get on the ground to play with your kids, not having to take so many days off while you're stuck in bed, and regaining your quality of life.
If you're still not convinced, here are a few stories from folks who have suffered back pain or back injuries and have transformed their lives by giving DDPY a try.
Stories of Back Pain and Injury Recovery
Doctors told him he would never walk unassisted again due to injuries suffered as a paratrooper in the Gulf War.
Arthur used DDPY to help rehab his body and lose weight. After just over a year with the DDPY program, he wasn't just able to walk without the support of braces and canes, he was actually able to run.
WWE Superstar Chris Jericho
Years of wrestling caused wear and tear on his back that eventually led to a herniated disc while filming Dancing With The Stars. Doctors told him he was going to need spine surgery.
After 6 months of doing DDPY, Chris Jericho returned to the wrestling ring to headline Wrestlemania. He said after recovering with DDPY he was in the best shape he'd been in in the past 5 years.
WWE Superstar AJ Styles
AJ Styles has been wrestling professionally for decades. Right before he was about to make his WWE debut, a back injury while wrestling for New Japan Professional Wrestling threatened to end his wrestling career.
He traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to train with DDP at the DDP YOGA Performance Center and after his recovery he went on to become one of the biggest stars in the WWE.
After a car accident, John ended up with severe back problems. The pain was so bad could barely brush his teeth. It affected his entire life, so much so that he felt like his entire life was managing pain.
He was desperate for something to help and decided to give DDPY a try. Now, he's able to do things he never thought possible.
More Back Pain Success Stories
I've had back problems for the last 20 years.
I was very discouraged knowing that I had the drive to get myself into better shape but my body wouldn't allow it.
About six years ago years ago I had a bulged disc in my back that was pushing on the sciatic nerve in my left leg and even though I had surgery to remove part of the disc and went to physical therapy I didn't stick to the therapy afterwards and had issues moving around for many years.
I hurt my back while playing football, as far as I'm aware it was nothing too serious, but it was extremely painful. At its worst, I couldn't stand up straight, and more importantly, couldn't lift or get down on the floor to play with my infant son.