Chronic Pain: Psychosocial Factors in Rehabilitation
R.E. Krieger Publishing Company, 1990 - Medical - 293 pages
Rehabilitation and psychosocial dimension are the central theme of this book which deals with the mind-body problem, medico-legal and occupational issues, pain management, behavioural treatments, psychotherapy, and psychiatric treatment. It also includes a chapter on women and pain.
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The Chronic Pain Patient and the Environment
BodyMind Dilemma in Chronic Pain
The Process Involved in Becoming a Chronic Pain
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