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Neuroplastic Transformation Workbook Spiral-bound – 2013
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The Neuroplastic Transformation workbook presents a revolutionary treatment for the millions of people suffering with the disease of persistent pain. The authors have developed an innovative approach to reverse runaway pain by harnessing the brain’s amazing neuroplastic ability to heal the body. The program presented in this workbook applies the discoveries of cutting edge research in the fields of Pain Medicine, Neurology, Immunology, Psychiatry and Neuroscience to help people transition from a life of chronic pain to a life of health and wellness. The book can be used independently or as a tool for an interactive partnership between practitioner and patient.
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From my point of view, the book is a collection of three things: First, the book includes a number of one page "vignettes" about the neurophysiologic basis of chronic pain and the neuroplastic approach to chronic pain. These are a bit technical for the average layman, but I found them fascinating and helpful. However, I would have appreciated more references to original sources.
Second, the book includes several pages of Neuroplastic Tips. I would characterize these as tasks or strategies that patients with chronic pain may find useful. The emphasis is on options to try. I doubt that any one patient will try all the strategies, but there appears to be something for almost everyone to try.
Third, the book includes several page of quotations from "people taking control of their pain." Here individuals describe, in very personal terms, how they "talk" or "think" their way to pain relief. For the patient who is beginning to try a neuroplastic approach to pain relief , these short quotations provide a wonderful view of the range of approaches that other patients have discovered or developed to achieve pain relief.
The book also provides useful guidance about using the neuroplastix.com website, which has some very helpful animated graphics.
I am glad that I bought this book and read it.
This is one therapy book that is not only useful for those with chronic pain. It is useful for everyone. It will help you to utilize your brain better, no matter if your brain is traumatically injured like mine is or if yours isn't harmed at all, this will help you.
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Lots of sound advice but also a lot of activities that one is expected to do in order to control/switch off the pain switch.Read more