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That's why it is such a blessing to read Melanie Thernstrom's wonderful book THE PAIN CHRONICLES.
Thernstrom does a good job describing numerous therapies, studies, and new technologies for pain, while mixing in her personal experience.
It is a must read for anyone in health care and great for someone that has been through this - or knows someone who has chronic pain.
It actually had more information than I expected. I enjoyed it, and learned a few things from it. I'm taking it to work to let others take a look at it. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Elizabeth A. Fitzgerald
This is one I have recommended to ALL of my docs and any nurse or PA who will listen. Chronic pain is often written iff as hypochondia, or docs just get frustrated when they cannot... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cynthia Sue Timko
Unusual nonfiction book combining personal experience/journals/memoir-ish stuff and serious, solid, yet easy to read research. Read morePublished 7 months ago by C. Sanderson
I was teaching high school English in the mid 1980s when I broke up a student fight, and after an agonizing weekend I saw a doctor who told me I had four ruptured, or herniated,... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Brian Driver
Required reading for anyone with a pain disorder or for anyone with a loved one with a pain disorder it is very helpful in understanding a disease that is very hard to understand... Read morePublished 11 months ago by neil l
Beautifully written, well researched, and speaking from experience. Any one with chronic pain would perhaps find a voice after reading this book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Carol S. Wright
I have chronic pain and the book helps me think about my approach to my pain in new ways and to plan a new approach.Published 16 months ago by Deb Merrifield
This book will get you a lot of information about pain and its management. it is dry so, like many non-fiction books, you do have to will yourself through some parts.Published 16 months ago by corbin55