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By Marc S. Micozzi, MD, PhD and Sebhia Dibra
632 pagesCopyright 2017$90.95, Paperback, Reference
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Learn to treat pain naturally using evidence-based therapies with Micozzi’s Common Pain Conditions: A Clinical Guide to Natural Treatments. This groundbreaking title provides in-depth information on current natural pain therapies that utilize the latest 21st scientific ideas, including the role of energy in medicine. Each chapter provides content on the biology and neuroscience, as well as social, psychological, and spiritual aspects of each natural treatment approach along with clinical data and pragmatic information about healing pain using these treatments. Whether your patients are suffering from anxiety, arthritis, back pain, chronic fatigue, depression, fibromyalgia, irritable bowel, migraine and tension headaches, phantom pain, post-traumatic stress, ulcers, or just general chronic pain and inflammatory conditions, this book offers the insights and evidence-based guidance you need to successfully treat pain naturally.
"This book offers an impressive description of CAM modalities, with a noteworthy level of scholarly detail. The interactive tools in the appendix will be particularly helpful in guiding busy clinicians in selecting the most appropriate pain treatments for their patients, given the overwhelming sea of CAM options. I enjoyed reading it and gained many insights on pain biology and mind-body medicine. I will certainly use 'The Psychometrics of Pain" assessment tools in my practice." Reviewed by Amrit Devgun, ND, AAP (Northwestern Health Sciences University) Doody's Score: 95, 4 Stars!
By Marc S. Micozzi, MD, PhD, Adjunct Professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Georgetown University School of Medicine, Washington, DC; Former Director, Center for Integrative Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA; former Executive Director of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia and Sebhia Dibra