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Celeste Cooper, R.N., worked as a nurse and nurse educator for more than 20 years before being diagnosed with fibromyalgia, chronic myofascial pain, and chronic fatigue syndrome. She is now an advocate for sufferers of these disorders and lives in Missouri and Arizona. Jeffrey Miller, Ph.D., is a psychologist specializing in chronic illness from a spiritual perspective. He lives in Missouri.
“Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue immunodysfunction, and chronic myofascial pain are the most common illnesses of modern society. I have worked full time in this area since I was trained by Travell and Simons in 1988. This book is not only an easy-to-use self-help book for patients but also an essential reference for any health care practitioner wanting to treat the cause of illness, rather than treat the symptoms. It is totally comprehensive and carries the passion and healing energy of the authors in every page. This is the basis of the medicine of the twenty-first century.”
“This integrative holistic approach to these conditions is what is needed throughout medicine today. Empowering us to become part of our own health and healing process is such a powerful approach to these conditions or any others. I applaud the authors, and hope they inspire others to follow their lead.”
Posted December 28, 2010
Finding an accurate, informative and up to date reference on these three disorders is difficult. I have had both fibromyalgia and myofascial pain for over 15 years, and have read many references. Even so, this book has helped sort out which symptoms are which, and how I can respond to them. This is a reference which stands out among all the various books on these subjects. It is NOT a fluffy book full of encouraging but useless information. It is a serious treatise, worth taking the time to read and use what you learn.
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Posted March 19, 2011
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