Persistent Pain in Older Adults: An Interdisciplinary Guide for Treatment
Debra K. Weiner, Keela Herr, Thomas E. Rudy
Springer Publishing Company, Jan 1, 2002 - Medical - 390 pages
Univ. of Pittsburgh, PA. Text provides an increased awareness of the complexity involved in caring for older adults with persistent pain and offers practitioners tools to approach complex management issues. Topics include functional assessments, psychological issues, and pharmacological issues. (Product Description).
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