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Chronic pain disables more people than cancer or heart disease. More than eighty-six-million patients have been diagnosed. One out of three have this condition. This book takes a no-nonsense approach that can be understood by chronic pain patients, families, friends and professionals alike. It is a practical guide describing lifestyle changes others can learn and use to take control of the pain. Share the struggles and triumphs of the following types of chronic pain patients:
* Complex Regional Pain Syndrome * Pain Due To Compression Fractures From Osteoporosis * Failed Back Syndrome Pain * Cancer Pain * Arachnoiditis Pain * Abdominal Pain * And More
"Chronic pain can cause patients to alienate those around them and often leads to drug addiction, irritability and depression. This book is a must have for patients who suffer with chronic pain. It could save your life." ~ Dr. Michael W. Brown, Neurosurgeon
"Chronic pain may persist for weeks, months or years. Physical, psychological, and emotional stress may worsen chronic pain. By reading this book, the patient will know the emotions they are feeling are normal and that there is help." ~ Dr. Patrick Higgins
"Many excellent books have been written on the devastating, life-changing effects of chronic pain. Such books are written by those of us who work with people in constant pain and represent an 'outsiders' view of a person who actually has pain that does not go away. Ms. Willhoff has written an excellent 'insiders' account of her own chronic pain experience from injury through recovery. This book will save sufferers a great deal of time on their own journey toward recovery." ~ Dr. Kevin C. Murphy, Ph.D.