9 edition of On pain found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Ernst Junger ; translated by David C. Durst.|
|LC Classifications||BJ1409 .J8613 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008032925|
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"On Pain" is a deceptive title, and here again we come to the issue of translation, which is noted by the translator himself in his forward.
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The Pain Book: Finding hope when it hurts provides an up-to-date overview of how pain works and the best pain treatments now available. This comprehensive two-volume set includes an image library CD-ROM, allowing users to view and download all images from the book electronically.
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The premise of the book is that the human body is amazingly designed to maintain itself apart from drugs and surgery and that musculoskeletal pain should be aberrant rather than chronic.
Written by an exercise therapist, the book was recommended to me by friends who have had success with the author’s methods, after I began having pain in my /5(). The best chronic pain books can possibly even provide insight into the concerns you’re dealing with.
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A keyword-oriented review of the specialty, it offers the consistent approach and editorial style that make Dr. Waldman’s books and atlases some of the most widely. A thought-provoking new book explores the idea that the painful aspects of life also bring healing and wisdom.
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Especially as Westerners, we run and hide from pain, but Dr. Brand shows how a pain free life /5().Presented at the 17 th World congress on Pain in Boston, Massachusetts, in Septemberthese papers represent the thinking of the world’s top pain scientists and clinicians.
IASP distributes this book to participants in the Refresher courses, and it is now available to pain researchers and clinicians who were unable to attend the Congress.The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran () is among the bestselling poetry texts in the world.
“On Pain,” a poem from that volume, seeks to help the reader comprehend and manage their own pain.