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The everything guide to integrative pain management : conventional and alternative therapies for managing pain, Traci Stein, PhD, MPH

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The everything guide to integrative pain management : conventional and alternative therapies for managing pain
Title
The everything guide to integrative pain management
Title remainder
conventional and alternative therapies for managing pain
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Traci Stein, PhD, MPH
Title variation
Guide to integrative pain management
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Language
eng
Summary
If you are suffering from chronic pain, even small tasks can be difficult to accomplish. Stein shows you the different options for managing pain with an integrative plan, incorporating traditional medications with natural pain-relief solutions. This guide gives you the tools you need to manage your pain and get back to living-- naturally
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Stein, Traci
Dewey number
616/.0472
Index
index present
LC call number
R733
LC item number
.S74 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
An Everything series book
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  • Chronic pain
  • Integrative medicine
Target audience
adult
Label
The everything guide to integrative pain management : conventional and alternative therapies for managing pain, Traci Stein, PhD, MPH
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • 16
  • Diet as a Pain Management Tool
  • 96
  • Food, Weight, Emotions, and Body Image
  • 101
  • Healthy Pain-Management Diet
  • 104
  • When to Consult a Health Professional
  • 105
  • There's an App for That
  • 108
  • An Integrative Approach to Pain
  • Imagery to Help with Dietary Changes
  • 110
  • 07
  • Exercise and Movement Therapies
  • 113
  • Effects of Prolonged Sitting
  • 114
  • "May the Force Be with You"
  • 114
  • Exercise As a Key to Better Health
  • 17
  • 116
  • Exercise Helps (Literally!) Build a Better Brain
  • 117
  • Exercise for Pain Management
  • 118
  • Which Exercises Are Most Helpful?
  • 119
  • Tai Chi and Qigong
  • 120
  • Yoga
  • Creating the Approach that Is Right for You
  • 122
  • There's an App for That
  • 124
  • Your "Stance" Can Change Your Life
  • 126
  • 08
  • Dietary Supplements
  • 129
  • Supplements Overview
  • 130
  • 19
  • SAMe
  • 131
  • Vitamin D
  • 132
  • Glucosamine, Chondroitin, and MSM
  • 133
  • Probiotics
  • 134
  • Magnesium
  • 136
  • Rating Pain Severity
  • Capsaicin
  • 137
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • 138
  • Spices
  • 139
  • Vitamin B12 and Folate
  • 141
  • Eric and the "Perfect Storm"
  • 143
  • 21
  • 09
  • Biofeedback and Binaural Beat Technology
  • 145
  • What Is Biofeedback?
  • 146
  • Biofeedback Session
  • 147
  • Importance of At-Home Practice
  • 152
  • Biofeedback Apps
  • Pain Diaries
  • 153
  • Finding a Biofeedback Provider
  • 153
  • Binaural Beat Technology
  • 154
  • Binaural Beat Technology Apps
  • 157
  • 10
  • Hypnosis and Guided Imagery
  • 159
  • 21
  • Two of the Most "Natural" Therapies
  • 160
  • Overlap Between Imagery and Hypnosis
  • 160
  • Your Brain and Hypnotic Imagery
  • 162
  • Hypnotists vs. Hypnotherapists
  • 163
  • Misconceptions about Hypnosis
  • 165
  • There's an App for That
  • How to Find a Qualified Professional
  • 170
  • When Hypnotic imagery Goes Awry
  • 170
  • Hypnotic imagery Script for Pain Relief
  • 172
  • 11
  • Mindfulness and the Gift of the Present
  • 175
  • Practice of Mindfulness
  • 01
  • 22
  • 176
  • Why Be in the Present?
  • 179
  • How Mindfulness Might Change You
  • 181
  • Health Benefits of Mindfulness
  • 182
  • Mindfulness for Chronic Pain
  • 183
  • Acceptance and Pain
  • 02
  • 185
  • Everyday, Informal Mindfulness Practice
  • 186
  • Practice of Loving Kindness
  • 188
  • There's an App for That
  • 189
  • 12
  • Energy Therapies
  • 191
  • Conventional Medical Treatments
  • A Benign but Controversial Category
  • 192
  • Hands-On Energy Healing
  • 194
  • Phoebe Reclaiming Herself
  • 197
  • What the Science Says about Energy Therapies
  • 201
  • Tips on Choosing an Energy Healer
  • 202
  • 25
  • Exercises to Sense the Energy Field
  • 202
  • Homeopathy
  • 204
  • 13
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • 207
  • Why CBT?
  • 208
  • CBT for Pain Management
  • Conventional As Part of Integrative
  • 214
  • Relaxation Training
  • 220
  • Cognitive Distortions
  • 225
  • Creating Positive Change
  • 230
  • How to Find a CBT Therapist
  • 232
  • 14
  • 26
  • Acupuncture
  • 235
  • What Is Acupuncture?
  • 236
  • Acupuncture Session
  • 236
  • What Does the Science Say?
  • 237
  • Types of Acupuncture
  • 240
  • Medications for Pain Management
  • Training of Acupuncturists
  • 241
  • Insurance Coverage
  • 242
  • 15
  • Hands-On Treatments
  • 245
  • Chiropractic
  • 246
  • What the Science Says about Chiropractic
  • 26
  • 248
  • Osteopathic Medicine
  • 248
  • What the Science Says about Osteopathic Manipulation
  • 249
  • Massage
  • 251
  • Credentialing of Massage Therapists
  • 252
  • What the Science Says about Massage
  • NSAIDs and Acetaminophen
  • 253
  • Self-Massage Techniques
  • 254
  • 16
  • Healing Power of the Senses
  • 257
  • Music Therapy
  • 258
  • What the Science Says
  • 258
  • 27
  • Music and the Brain
  • 260
  • Training of Music Therapists
  • 262
  • Adding Music to Your Daily Life
  • 262
  • Aromatherapy
  • 263
  • Aromatherapy and Pain
  • 264
  • Integrative Pain Management
  • Corticosteroid Drugs
  • What the Science Says about Aromatherapy
  • 265
  • Aroma in Psychotherapy
  • 266
  • Guidelines for Use
  • 267
  • For More Information about Aromatherapy
  • 267
  • 17
  • Spirituality
  • 29
  • 269
  • Religious, Spiritual, Both, or Neither?
  • 270
  • Pain versus Suffering
  • 270
  • Making Meaning As a Way of Coping
  • 273
  • What the Science Says about Religios and Health
  • 276
  • Ways to Enhance Spiritual Connection
  • Opioid (Narcotic) Medications
  • 279
  • Affirmations
  • 280
  • 18
  • Medical Marijuana
  • 281
  • Marijuana as Medicine
  • 282
  • Legality of MM
  • 283
  • 30
  • Cannabis Research
  • 284
  • Policy
  • 286
  • Risks of Medical Marijuana Use
  • 287
  • Antiepileptic Drugs
  • 32
  • Antidepressants
  • 34
  • Procedures to Address Pain
  • 37
  • 13
  • Devices to Help Manage Pain
  • 39
  • 03
  • Physiology of Pain
  • 43
  • Key Terms Related to Pain
  • 44
  • How Pain Happens
  • 45
  • Brain Controls the Pain
  • Experience of Pain
  • 46
  • Gate Control Theory of Pain
  • 49
  • Factors That Increase Your Risk of Chronic Pain
  • 51
  • Role of Inflammation in Pain and Depression
  • 52
  • Gender Differences in Pain
  • 53
  • 04
  • 14
  • Emotional and Social Aspects of Pain
  • 55
  • Pain and Mood
  • 56
  • Depression
  • 56
  • Help-Rejecting Complaining
  • 58
  • Anxiety
  • 60
  • Acute Pain
  • When You Should Seek Treatment
  • 62
  • Stigma and Antidepressants
  • 63
  • How Pain Can Impact Relationships
  • 65
  • Indirect vs. Direct: Ways of Communicating about Pain
  • 67
  • 05
  • Your Pain Management Team
  • 15
  • 75
  • Choosing the Players on Your Team
  • 76
  • Questions to Ask Regarding Insurance
  • 79
  • Preparing for Your First Appointment
  • 79
  • When to Switch Pain Doctors
  • 87
  • How "Expert" Is Your Expert?
  • Chronic Pain
  • 90
  • Community Members As Team Members
  • 91
  • CAM Providers
  • 92
  • Selecting a CAM Therapy
  • 92
  • 06
  • Nutrition
  • 95
Control code
ocn907147987
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
304 pages
Isbn
9781440589706
Lccn
2015022670
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
616.0472 ST34 ; XX-N ; [Z15BP022, #74, 3@17.99, ES/RT ]
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 907147987
  • (OCoLC)907147987
Label
The everything guide to integrative pain management : conventional and alternative therapies for managing pain, Traci Stein, PhD, MPH
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 16
  • Diet as a Pain Management Tool
  • 96
  • Food, Weight, Emotions, and Body Image
  • 101
  • Healthy Pain-Management Diet
  • 104
  • When to Consult a Health Professional
  • 105
  • There's an App for That
  • 108
  • An Integrative Approach to Pain
  • Imagery to Help with Dietary Changes
  • 110
  • 07
  • Exercise and Movement Therapies
  • 113
  • Effects of Prolonged Sitting
  • 114
  • "May the Force Be with You"
  • 114
  • Exercise As a Key to Better Health
  • 17
  • 116
  • Exercise Helps (Literally!) Build a Better Brain
  • 117
  • Exercise for Pain Management
  • 118
  • Which Exercises Are Most Helpful?
  • 119
  • Tai Chi and Qigong
  • 120
  • Yoga
  • Creating the Approach that Is Right for You
  • 122
  • There's an App for That
  • 124
  • Your "Stance" Can Change Your Life
  • 126
  • 08
  • Dietary Supplements
  • 129
  • Supplements Overview
  • 130
  • 19
  • SAMe
  • 131
  • Vitamin D
  • 132
  • Glucosamine, Chondroitin, and MSM
  • 133
  • Probiotics
  • 134
  • Magnesium
  • 136
  • Rating Pain Severity
  • Capsaicin
  • 137
  • Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • 138
  • Spices
  • 139
  • Vitamin B12 and Folate
  • 141
  • Eric and the "Perfect Storm"
  • 143
  • 21
  • 09
  • Biofeedback and Binaural Beat Technology
  • 145
  • What Is Biofeedback?
  • 146
  • Biofeedback Session
  • 147
  • Importance of At-Home Practice
  • 152
  • Biofeedback Apps
  • Pain Diaries
  • 153
  • Finding a Biofeedback Provider
  • 153
  • Binaural Beat Technology
  • 154
  • Binaural Beat Technology Apps
  • 157
  • 10
  • Hypnosis and Guided Imagery
  • 159
  • 21
  • Two of the Most "Natural" Therapies
  • 160
  • Overlap Between Imagery and Hypnosis
  • 160
  • Your Brain and Hypnotic Imagery
  • 162
  • Hypnotists vs. Hypnotherapists
  • 163
  • Misconceptions about Hypnosis
  • 165
  • There's an App for That
  • How to Find a Qualified Professional
  • 170
  • When Hypnotic imagery Goes Awry
  • 170
  • Hypnotic imagery Script for Pain Relief
  • 172
  • 11
  • Mindfulness and the Gift of the Present
  • 175
  • Practice of Mindfulness
  • 01
  • 22
  • 176
  • Why Be in the Present?
  • 179
  • How Mindfulness Might Change You
  • 181
  • Health Benefits of Mindfulness
  • 182
  • Mindfulness for Chronic Pain
  • 183
  • Acceptance and Pain
  • 02
  • 185
  • Everyday, Informal Mindfulness Practice
  • 186
  • Practice of Loving Kindness
  • 188
  • There's an App for That
  • 189
  • 12
  • Energy Therapies
  • 191
  • Conventional Medical Treatments
  • A Benign but Controversial Category
  • 192
  • Hands-On Energy Healing
  • 194
  • Phoebe Reclaiming Herself
  • 197
  • What the Science Says about Energy Therapies
  • 201
  • Tips on Choosing an Energy Healer
  • 202
  • 25
  • Exercises to Sense the Energy Field
  • 202
  • Homeopathy
  • 204
  • 13
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • 207
  • Why CBT?
  • 208
  • CBT for Pain Management
  • Conventional As Part of Integrative
  • 214
  • Relaxation Training
  • 220
  • Cognitive Distortions
  • 225
  • Creating Positive Change
  • 230
  • How to Find a CBT Therapist
  • 232
  • 14
  • 26
  • Acupuncture
  • 235
  • What Is Acupuncture?
  • 236
  • Acupuncture Session
  • 236
  • What Does the Science Say?
  • 237
  • Types of Acupuncture
  • 240
  • Medications for Pain Management
  • Training of Acupuncturists
  • 241
  • Insurance Coverage
  • 242
  • 15
  • Hands-On Treatments
  • 245
  • Chiropractic
  • 246
  • What the Science Says about Chiropractic
  • 26
  • 248
  • Osteopathic Medicine
  • 248
  • What the Science Says about Osteopathic Manipulation
  • 249
  • Massage
  • 251
  • Credentialing of Massage Therapists
  • 252
  • What the Science Says about Massage
  • NSAIDs and Acetaminophen
  • 253
  • Self-Massage Techniques
  • 254
  • 16
  • Healing Power of the Senses
  • 257
  • Music Therapy
  • 258
  • What the Science Says
  • 258
  • 27
  • Music and the Brain
  • 260
  • Training of Music Therapists
  • 262
  • Adding Music to Your Daily Life
  • 262
  • Aromatherapy
  • 263
  • Aromatherapy and Pain
  • 264
  • Integrative Pain Management
  • Corticosteroid Drugs
  • What the Science Says about Aromatherapy
  • 265
  • Aroma in Psychotherapy
  • 266
  • Guidelines for Use
  • 267
  • For More Information about Aromatherapy
  • 267
  • 17
  • Spirituality
  • 29
  • 269
  • Religious, Spiritual, Both, or Neither?
  • 270
  • Pain versus Suffering
  • 270
  • Making Meaning As a Way of Coping
  • 273
  • What the Science Says about Religios and Health
  • 276
  • Ways to Enhance Spiritual Connection
  • Opioid (Narcotic) Medications
  • 279
  • Affirmations
  • 280
  • 18
  • Medical Marijuana
  • 281
  • Marijuana as Medicine
  • 282
  • Legality of MM
  • 283
  • 30
  • Cannabis Research
  • 284
  • Policy
  • 286
  • Risks of Medical Marijuana Use
  • 287
  • Antiepileptic Drugs
  • 32
  • Antidepressants
  • 34
  • Procedures to Address Pain
  • 37
  • 13
  • Devices to Help Manage Pain
  • 39
  • 03
  • Physiology of Pain
  • 43
  • Key Terms Related to Pain
  • 44
  • How Pain Happens
  • 45
  • Brain Controls the Pain
  • Experience of Pain
  • 46
  • Gate Control Theory of Pain
  • 49
  • Factors That Increase Your Risk of Chronic Pain
  • 51
  • Role of Inflammation in Pain and Depression
  • 52
  • Gender Differences in Pain
  • 53
  • 04
  • 14
  • Emotional and Social Aspects of Pain
  • 55
  • Pain and Mood
  • 56
  • Depression
  • 56
  • Help-Rejecting Complaining
  • 58
  • Anxiety
  • 60
  • Acute Pain
  • When You Should Seek Treatment
  • 62
  • Stigma and Antidepressants
  • 63
  • How Pain Can Impact Relationships
  • 65
  • Indirect vs. Direct: Ways of Communicating about Pain
  • 67
  • 05
  • Your Pain Management Team
  • 15
  • 75
  • Choosing the Players on Your Team
  • 76
  • Questions to Ask Regarding Insurance
  • 79
  • Preparing for Your First Appointment
  • 79
  • When to Switch Pain Doctors
  • 87
  • How "Expert" Is Your Expert?
  • Chronic Pain
  • 90
  • Community Members As Team Members
  • 91
  • CAM Providers
  • 92
  • Selecting a CAM Therapy
  • 92
  • 06
  • Nutrition
  • 95
Control code
ocn907147987
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
304 pages
Isbn
9781440589706
Lccn
2015022670
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
616.0472 ST34 ; XX-N ; [Z15BP022, #74, 3@17.99, ES/RT ]
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 907147987
  • (OCoLC)907147987

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