psychotherapy

Chronic Pain


 Understanding Chronic Pain: A Doctor Talks to His Patients      by Robert T., Jr. Cochran M.D.  Very good book. Dr Cochran goes places that no one else goes. He talks about the psychological, psychosocial and psychiatric effects of chronic pain. He the first one to cover Conversion Disorder and Functional illness in a book of this type. This book is about treatment with medication, many different types of medication. After 30 yrs of treating chronic pain he very astute at treating it. I think that those who suffer should read with an open mind to the fact that what started out as in an injury may have transformed in to something different. He discusses the disease of the body and the mind. This isn't a feel better without medication and diet book. Thank Heavens.
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