The Chronic Pain Controlby Ellen Mohr Catalano, Melody Beattie, Kimeron N. Hardin
The objectives of this text include: first, to help chronic pain sufferers move from a passive patient role to an active role; second, to teach them how to improve the quality of their lives; third, to teach them what they can do to alleviate some of the problems created by the presence of pain; and finally, to teach them practical methods to help reduce the severity of the pain they experience.
This unique book combines the advice and expertise of medical and psychological professionals in many fields, and this second edition brings the information as up to date as possible.
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As a psychologist who treats patients with chronic pain, I feel this book is the best. It is good for those who suffer and those who treat people with pain. Read over this book and then talk with your physician and other health care providers.