8 edition of The War on Pain found in the catalog.
by HarperCollins Publishers
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||301|
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The American Civil War: the gruesome suffering of soldiers exposed In this exclusive extract from his new book, our foremost military historian, John Keegan, exposes the . In this book, the author explores how pain works physically, emotionally, and spiritually. This isnt a self help book about getting rid of pain. Rather, this book attempts to explain what causes pain, how it works, and what we might do in the future to treat pain/5.
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""The War on Pain could be a breakthrough for anyone who suffers. Bridging body and mind, this book exemplifies the best of integrative medicine."-- Larry Dossey, M.D., author of /5(12).
For anyone who suffers from chronic pain conditions such as back pain, post-surgical pain, migraines, and arthritis, The War on Pain, with the latest research personal stories of patients, and the wise and compassionate advice of a leading pain expert, is a patient's best defense/5(12).
The War on Pain book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. If you are one of the 45 million Americans suffering from chronic pa /5.
Written and published ina year after Hitler's rise to power in Germany, Ernst Juenger's On Pain is an astonishing essay that announces the rise of a new metaphysics of pain in a totalitarian age. One of the most controversial authors of twentieth-century Germany, Juenger rejects the liberal values of liberty, security, ease, and comfort, and seeks instead the measure of man in the capacity to /5(17).
The War on Back Pain Paperback – September 1, by James L. Wolf (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: James L. Wolf. Managing pain with opioids is a science—except politics, money, and overzealous law enforcement are denying American patients the relief they so desperately need.
Demonizing the best pain reliever we have leads to needless suffering, even suicides, and it drives the rise in deadly street drugs/5(18).
Yet breakthroughs in neuroscience, pharmacology, and mind-body therapies have given doctors and their patients the upper hand. The War on Pain arms readers with the information they need to understand and manage the full spectrum of pain, from chronic back pain to acute pain, from migraines and arthritis to the suffering of terminal illness.
The War Hound and the World's Pain Hardcover – October 1, by Michael Moorcock (Author)/5(17). Written and published ina year after Hitler's rise to power in Germany, Ernst Juenger's On Pain is an astonishing essay that announces the rise of a new metaphysics of pain in a totalitarian age/5.
Though this book's narrative is generally framed around a single mini-chain of pain-management clinics and their short years of operation, Temple pulls the subtleties of the narrative from all over the spectrum: from the Big Pharma campaign to rebrand opioid addiction as an exception rather than a fairly consistent rule, and recruit attractive reps to throw steak dinners and free oxy around all If /5.
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They are intended to be timely and time-saving resources especially for journalists, researchers, and students of the War on Doctors and the Pain Crisis in America. By Pat Anson, PNN Editor. A provocative new book is shining a light on the opioid crisis in ways that may surprise you.
In “American Agony: The Opioid War Against Patients in Pain,” author Helen Borel accuses government bureaucrats, law enforcement and the media of inciting opioid hysteria with a steady drumbeat of misinformation and propaganda about opioids – resulting in the needless.
The result is chronic pain patients are being made the scapegoats and that is resulting in a rise of pain patients receiving less treatment or even no treatment to combat their daily pain. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 21 cm: Responsibility: Scott Fishman, with Lisa Berger.
DR. SCOTT FISHMAN, an expert in pain and pain relief, talks about his book, "The War on Pain: How breakthroughs in the new field of pain medicine are turning the tide against suffering"(Harper. Engaging and eye-opening, Martin's book painstakingly details each moment of that story, and clearly illuminates the path that lead it to the center of America's current War on Drugs.
A Author: Sadie Trombetta. The war on pain #painmatters “It is a unfortunate situation where chronic pain patients have to suffer, literally, for a crisis they don’t own. million people in the US have chronic pain, and some of them need opiates for effective pain management. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Living planet book." Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Why pain hurts: the anatomy of ouch --Disconnecting the pain alarm: the dawn of anesthesia and how it revolutionized pain medicine --The mysteries of chronic pain: when a pain in the back becomes a life in pain --When the pain alarm goes awry: traumatized.
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Foreword Reviews named it the INDIEFAB Book of the Year in True. FDA seeks immediate removal of doctor prescribed opioid analgesics from the market. The "war on drugs" has expanded to people with documented, provable chronic pain conditions.
More than million Americans suffer from chronic pain with no cure avaliable to them via our western medical system. Ibuprofen and other common NSAIDs are linked to stroke and heart attack and Tylenol (generic name. The government’s war on pain medication has already driven up the price and has diminished the supply, now creating a shortage of morphine in hospitals even for in-house use!
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This book attempts to analyze the why of pain, the how of pain, and the methods of controlling pain The author, Joanna Bourke, is a professor of history at the University of London. Everyone has suffered pain from a scraped knee as a child up to /5.