Natural Pain Relief: A Practical Handbook for Self-help

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Element, 1997 - Self-Help - 217 pages
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Orthodox medicine is not always able to help people who live with chronic or acute pain. Jan Sadler enjoyed a successful teaching career until a serious back injury left her in constant pain. Following surgery, with no hope of further effective conventional treatment, she decided to take control of her situation. Exploring every avenue for maximum pain relief and the best possible lifestyle, Jan developed dynamic techniques that allow pain sufferers to break free from their cycles of pain and its consequences.

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Jan Sadler is author and coordinator of the highly successful PainSupport website ( and the author of Pain Relief without Drugs, Peaceful Sleep and The Five Feel-Good Factors. Her pain management programs have been adopted by pain and stress management clinics in hospitals and by support groups throughout the world. She lives in England.

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