Mayo Clinic on Chronic Pain
Mayo Clinic, 2002 - Medical - 210 pages
Revised and updated, this valuable and comprehensive resource on chronic pain control draws from the knowledge of physicians at the world-famous Mayo Clinic, discussing lifestyle changes that can ease the pain, presenting techniques for coping with it, and much more. Reissue.
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