Living Beyond Pain: A Holistic Approach to Manage Pain and Get Your Life Back

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Our national attention is firmly focused on the growing opioid crises. We know the problem. But what is the solution for the 100 million Americans living with chronic pain?

In Living beyond Pain, a physician and a therapist offer a whole person approach to pain management, addressing the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of pain and providing alternative strategies that don't rely on opioids. Through education, pain triumph stories, daily guided cognitive activity, and as-needed pain rescue techniques, readers will reprogram their neurologic pathways, increase functioning, and experience improvement in their symptoms. For anyone suffering from pain or suffering alongside someone who is, this book offers real, research-based hope that there are better days ahead.

Author: Linda S. Phd Mintle, James W. Do Kribs
Publisher: Baker Books
Published: 10/15/2019
Pages: 272
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.85lbs
Size: 8.40h x 5.40w x 0.70d
ISBN13: 9780801016776
ISBN10: 0801016770
BISAC Categories:
- Health & Fitness | Pain Management
- Health & Fitness | Health Care Issues
- Medical | Diseases

About the Author
Linda S. Mintle, PhD, is a national speaker, blogger, radio host of her own show (The Dr. Linda Mintle show), and bestselling author of twenty books. With twenty-seven years of clinical practice as a therapist and coach, her current clinical and academic efforts are being directed towards the development of an interdisciplinary approach to pain management given the present opioid crisis and the need for nonpharmacological approaches to deal with people in chronic pain. She lives in Virginia.

James W. Kribs, DO, is a practicing physician. Board-certified in neuromusculoskeletal medicine with a subspecialty in pain medicine, his clinical practice focus includes osteopathic manipulative medicine, manual sports medicine, medical orthopedics, and interventional pain management. Additionally, Dr. Kribs has served on the academic faculty of two medical schools, and is involved nationally in advancing osteopathic medicine curriculum initiatives. He lives in Virginia.

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