Conquering Pain: An Illustrated Guide to Pain Relief and Pain Management
Pain is the constant companion of millions of people around the world and the cause of great suffering and hardship. If you are in pain, Conquering Pain will provide the keys you need to take charge and gain control. Conquering Pain explores the nature of your pain, the part your mind plays in it, and how both you and your doctor might define it; it describes the main features of pain management, and pain relief, and it provides specific exercise programs and a detailed discussion of the most common pain problesm and how to deal with them.
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