The Ultimate Guide To Becoming Pain Free

 

Heal Your Pain

If you’re in chronic pain and you’re not getting adequate relief from your treatment, this book is for you. You don’t have to “learn to live with your pain” or put up with unpleasant side effects from your medication. There are treatments available that could safely cure your pain.

The Truth About Chronic Pain Treatments reviews the evidence for the safety and effectiveness of a wide variety of treatments as well as how organized medicine is keeping you from getting the care you need and deserve. It’s a comprehensive guide to avoiding the treatments that don’t work or are likely to cause harm and selecting the therapies that are most likely to promote healing.

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Cindy Perlin, LCSW

Cindy became highly motivated to learn about effective chronic pain treatments after she developed severe, disabling back pain in 1977 when she was 25 years old.

Doctors could not tell her what was wrong with her and they did not know how to help her. They prescribed drugs that did not work and that were potentially dangerous. After 3 ½ years of misery, a friend suggested that Cindy read Anatomy of an Illness by Norman Cousins.

Cousins, when faced with a progressive, degenerative joint disease and presented with a hopeless prognosis, found his own way to healing through the mind/body connection and laughter therapy. Cousins also mentioned biofeedback in his book. Cindy found a biofeedback therapist and started to turn her life around after the first session. ...

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Challenges

Has your doctor told you that there is nothing more he can do for your pain and you just have to learn to live with it?

Solutions

There are many safe, effective pain treatments that your doctor knows nothing about. Most chronic pain conditions can be cured with the right treatments.

I would recommend her book to anyone with chronic pain looking for an informative overview of possible treatments.

Pat Anson, Pain News Network

A comprehensive, impeccably researched debut handbook that focuses on alternative treatments for chronic pain.

Kirkus Reviews

Well referenced and well written. I recommend it.

Andrew W. Saul, Author of Doctor Yourself and editor of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service

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  • Why Medical Marijuana Works

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  • The Feds Say Restrict Opioid Use. Now What?

    The federal government has declared, through its major health policy agencies, that the number of pain patients on opioids and the dosages they are on should be severely restricted.  The Center for Disease Control (CDC), Veteran’s Administration (VA) and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have all issued new guidelines within the past year […]

  • New Guidelines: Use Alternative Therapies First For Low Back Pain

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  • When Everything Hurts and You’re Falling Apart

    Do you have pain almost everywhere?  Have you also been diagnosed with diabetes, heart disease, cancer, kidney disease or have debilitating chronic fatigue?  Have you had multiple joint replacements? If your answer is yes, and you’ve been seeing a conventional primary care provider or a number of different specialists to deal with your many chronic […]

  • Life After Opioids for the Chronic Pain Patient

    Many of the 100 million chronic pain patients in the United States have been depending on opioids to manage their pain, some for decades. In the last few years, concerns about addiction and deaths from prescription opioids have resulted in changes in guidelines regarding opioid use and a crackdown on physicians who prescribe opioids. Many […]

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