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The book reads a bit like psychology text, with Sarno quoting from psychoanalytic theorists including Heinz Kohut and Graeme Taylor and the DSM-IV (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition). Sarno walks through the neurophysiology of mindbody disorders, lists the symptoms of dozens of disorders that he believes are emotion-based, and offers a basic program for overcoming psychosomatic pain and illness. His recovery plan includes meditation and sometimes psychotherapy, including behavior modification, and stopping any medication or physical therapy. While Sarno's ideas seem radical, they were commonly implemented earlier in the 20th century, when psychoanalysis was at its peak of popularity, and they promise to become more accepted in our current era of alternative medical therapies and anger management. --Erica Jorgensen --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
This book helped me a lot and I found that some of the pain issues did subside when I practiced the info.Published 9 hours ago by B. Mariano
Good read. Really makes you think about things going on in your own life that you can relate to.Published 8 days ago by Connie Huggins
Yes, I share with others the help Dr. Sarno brings to my pain. Thank youPublished 20 days ago by Thomas Watling
buy this book and read,If you have any pain in your body, specially neck,shoulder,back or sciatica. I had terrible pain in all the mentioned parts in my body. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Joseph
I bought The Mindbody Prescription almost one year ago, and after several months of wrestling with it, I can finally say that the results have been phenomenal. Read morePublished 28 days ago by N.
Dr. Sarno has changed my life of 17 years of back and neck pain. After reading 3 books I can do anything I want. Read morePublished 29 days ago by justin
An amazing concept of how the mind manifests pain in the body. How our medical profession thrives on Physical symptoms and treat with pharmaceuticals and surgery. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Marypat O'connor
If you have back pain you need to read this! Just keep an open mind. Helped me tremendously and many of my friends. It really makes sense.Published 1 month ago by Helen I Logan