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The pain companion

Sarah Shockley

The pain companion

everyday wisdom for living with and moving beyond chronic pain

by Sarah Shockley

  • 382 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alternative treatment,
  • Pain,
  • Treatment

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSarah Anne Shockley ; foreword by Dr. Bernie S. Siegel
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRB127 .S487 2018
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 177 pages
    Number of Pages177
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26958277M
    ISBN 101608685705
    ISBN 109781608685707
    LC Control Number2017061046
    OCLC/WorldCa1019842218

    An Essentials version of the Textbook of Pain, 4/e, this book is intended to provide the pain medicine specialist and trainee with an easy-to-access overview on the management complexities, assessment tools and multiple treatment modalities that are currently available to the physician dealing with the full spectrum of pain emphasis throughout is on the clinical aspects of pain. I just finished reading a FANTASTIC BOOK called “The Pain Companion,” By Sarah Anne Shockley. Sarah provides an honest view into dealing and living with pain in a way that many others don’t. She is open and honest about what living with chronic, daily pain is .

    The Pain Companion: Your Chronic Pain Ally. likes 24 talking about this. Chronic Pain Support: The Pain Companion blog, website, books and other resources offer ongoing support to people living Followers: There is a speaker icon (or '>' symbol if you are using an older browser) in front of each entry in the dictionary. Click the speaker icon to hear the Latin entry read aloud. Click the '?' symbol at the start of the line to see the different forms the Latin word can take.

    The Pain Companion is a practical guidebook for people living with chronic pain written by someone who has endured debilitating pain for many years and found ways to thrive and enjoy life despite the challenges. The book is intended to be, quite literally, a companion through pain, validating and acknowledging its myriad challenges and offering. The Pain Companion offers techniques and approaches to living with and managing chronic pain and the emotional experiences that accompany living in physical pain. I recommend this book to not only those living with chronic pain but to their friends & family who want to understand what it .


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The pain companion by Sarah Shockley Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE PAIN COMPANION Foreword by Dr. Bernie S. Siegel "I've read a lot of books about pain. Reading The Pain Companion was the first and only time I thought, "Remarkable book written from the heart of pain itself profound." - Anna Jedrziewski, Retailing Insight Magazine.

The Pain Companion is a valuable tool and resource to those who share a similar experience through the physical discomfort of pain. Sarah's guidance through her book and words of encouragement, will empower others to approach their pain from an altogether and unique modus operandi.

Praise to Sarah.-Kathleen Lamoureux/5(43). “The Pain Companion is a must-have for both pain sufferers and therapeutic practitioners practicing pain relief.

Taking from her own life experience, Sarah Anne Shockley offers practical, deep, insightful ways of living with constant, twenty-four-hours-a-day pain, allowing readers ways to shift their mental, emotional, and physical approaches /5(40). This book is not about healing your illness or your chronic pain, but about accepting that it is an element of your life.

The meditative exercises that are included are designed to help the chronic pain sufferer to reach this acceptance and to assist The Pain Companion is an empathetic, powerful and thought provoking read for the chronic pain /5.

It can be difficult and overwhelming to try and wrangle the beast that is chronic illness and chronic pain. I recently came across a new book entitled, “The Pain Companion: Everyday Wisdom for Living With and Moving Beyond Chronic Pain.” The author, Sarah Anne Shockley, lives with chronic pain herself and offers sage advice about how to.

The Pain The pain companion book is a practical guidebook to chronic pain management and chronic pain relief based on the author’s 8 years of managing debilitating nerve pain. suggestions for a natural healing path which minimizes hardship, and creates more ease and well being on a daily basis insights to help relieve the impact that living with pain has on well being, self-image and relationships.

The pain companion book Book Review: The Pain Companion J ribbonrx Comments 0 Comment I would like to thank New World Library for contacting me and providing a copy of The Pain Companion by Sarah Anne Shockley in exchange for an honest review. The Pain Companion is an excellent book for both the newly diagnosed chronic pain patient and for those who’ve been on the journey for a long time.

There are so many nuggets of wisdom and insight that you’ll want to refer back to it over and over again. The Pain Companion is by Sarah Anne Shockey.

The Pain Companion is less about the physical pain we feel and more about our relationship and resistance to pain. Therefore, more about the mental and emotional suffering that comes with pain and a revisit on our perception of pain.

I find it a beneficial exploration into what we call pain acceptance. “The Pain Companion offers important insights into the world of chronic pain. Sarah Anne Shockley gives a comprehensive and profound look at the meaning within the experience of pain. I highly recommend this book for anyone, especially for people living with pain.

The Pain Companion – A Book Review The Pain Companion. As a fellow chronic pain warrior and a yoga teacher who works with clients living with pain I was excited to be provided a copy of Sara Ann Shockley’s book The Pain Companion to review.

That background is also the perspective I bring to my opinion of the book. Muscle tightness links with the extreme lower back pain. Back to the life companion manual with color instructional pictures; A comprehensive check list ebook is also provided to ensure that you have performed the given task.

Natural herbs that you should add in 9/ Pain Diary. Draw the location and intensity of your pain on a body model, describe the pain character, track your happiness, stress, fatigue, record your medication intake and much more.

You can use CatchMyPain on your iOS and Android devices and on your computer in various different languages. View Screenshots. The Book. The Pain Companion does not advocate stopping medications or medical help.

Rather, it offers ideas that supplement medical care. It explores emotional reactions and suggests practical steps to lower the pain level.

Sarah keeps each chapter short and ends them with one of her letters to pain, or actions you can take, or a summary. The Pain Companion is a long awaited book that offers important insights into the world of chronic pain.

Shockley shares beautifully written prose about her personal journey of living with a severe injury that forces her into a life she had never imagined/5(19). Author Sarah Anne Shockley, who has firsthand experience with severe nerve pain, introduces her book THE PAIN COMPANION, which offers a practical, gentle, and empathetic approach to chronic pain.

“ The Pain Companion is a long-awaited book that offers important insights into the world of chronic pain. Shockley gives a comprehensive and profound look at the meaning within the experience of pain.

I highly recommend this book for anyone, especially for people living with pain, caregivers, and medical and rehabilitation professionals.”Brand: New World Library. The Pain Companion Everyday Wisdom for Living With and Moving Beyond Chronic Pain (Book): Shockley, Sarah: "A holistic guide to coping with chronic pain, written by a woman suffering from Thoracic Outlet Syndrome; book aims to provide strategies for mitigating the emotional, financial, and social consequences of living with debilitating pain"-- Provided by publisher.

The Explain Pain Handbook: Protectometer is a stand-alone resource but if you want to delve deeper, Explain Pain is the ideal companion with clear links provided throughout.

Noigroup Publications (), 48 pages, illustrations and diagrams, softcover. Zoological companion animals (ZCAs) are presenting to veterinary practices more and more frequently, and many will need some kind of pain management as part of their treatment plan.

It can be challenging to know what type of medication to use and at what dose—whether it be in the clinic or at home for longer-term care—and there is a lot of.

the pain companion. The Pain Companion: everyday wisdom for living with and moving beyond chronic pain by Sarah Anne Shockley is a thoughtful and eye-opening book for anyone suffering with chronic pain. I found many of her insights equally relevant for those of us suffering from other chronic illnesses as well.

As many of you know, I write an occasional column for the Pain News of my compatriots there, Sarah Anne Shockley, recently published a book called The Pain Companion: Everyday Wisdom for Living With and Moving Beyond Chronic Pain that everyone who experiences pain or chronic illness should was diagnosed with TOS (thoracic outlet syndrome) in and .“Becoming Whole is best described as a ‘pocket therapist.’ By sharing optimistic and compelling patient stories, personal reflections, and practical tools, Dr.

Kehr literally becomes our 'Companion Advisor' and provides a highly readable framework for understanding and solving many of the common problems we face throughout our lives. Weaving together self-help, psychotherapy, and.