Win the battle against back pain: an integrated mind-body approach
Dell Trade Paperback, Oct 1, 1996 - Medical - 354 pages
From the experts at the revolutionary West Coast Spine Institute, here is a unique, multi-disciplinary, mind-body approach to the diagnosis and treatment of back pain. Back pain affects more than 75% of all Americans at some point in their lives, yet the treatment they receive is often completely ineffective and sometimes even detrimental.
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Working with Your Doctor
Myths About Back Pain
Why Do I Hurt?
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