Suffering through the painful recovery of a mysterious autoimmune illness, while navigating the world of Complex Migraines that produce stroke like symptoms, author Michelle L. Myers takes on the subject of Chronic Pain and Invisible Illness, as a Believer in Christ. Yes, Divine healing and miracles do happen, but what if you or someone you know is still battling illness and pain? What mindset does one obtain to make it through weeks, months and years of a hardship in regard to health? Putting to rest condemnation and shame over a sickness in your life, Michelle refers to the Bible, and Divine Revelation to inspire and encourage.
Patients with chronic pain present a unique set of challenges to the primary care clinician. In Chronic Pain: A Primary Care Guide to Practical Management, Second Edition, leading pain specialist Dawn A. Marcus, MD, again offers practical, clear, and succinct evidence-based approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of the myriad painful conditions clinicians see in their offices every day, such as headache, back pain, arthritis, fibromyalgia, and abdominal pain. Sections addressing pain management in children, pregnant women, and seniors are also included. This new edition is designed to provide a pragmatic approach to assessing and treating the complex issues and characteristics of chronic pain patients. New chapters expand upon the evidence-based recommendations and practical office tools previously provided, with the addition of new chapters addressing risk management; pain syndromes in the shoulder, upper extremity, and lower extremity; and cancer and end-of-life pain. Of special value, the charting forms and patient educational materials on CD-ROM have been expanded to include ready-to-use screening tools for depression and anxiety, neuropathic pain tools, and fibromyalgia assessment tools. Chronic Pain: A Primary Care Guide to Practical Management, Second Edition provides strategies and techniques that are designed to improve the confidence with which the primary care physician can approach patients with complex pain complaints, reduce staff stress, and improve patient success.
This book is primarily about pain, moreover, chronic pain.Eighty million people in the USA deal with chronic pain on a daily basis, causing loss of work productivity, depression, loss of every day enjoyment; including time spent with loved ones, and an overall lack of interest in life. This book chronicles the difficulty in dealing with the medical community in regards to the use (or sometimes misuse) of pain medication. Times are changing, but not quickly enough to combat the number one symptom we seek out medical help. PAIN!
The Naval Chronicle, published in 40 volumes between 1799 and 1818, is a key source for British maritime and military history, and is also sought after by those researching family histories. The wide-ranging subject matter includes accounts of battles, notices of promotions, marriages and deaths, reports of courts martial, shipwrecks, privateers and prizes, notes on the latest technology, biographies and poetry, and letters. It was issued in regular instalments (sometimes reprinted with corrections) by Bunney and Gold, later Joyce Gold, in London, and bound up into two volumes per year. Printed economically, on paper of varying weights and often using very small type, the extant copies have been heavily used over the course of two centuries. They present significant conservation challenges and are difficult to find outside major libraries. This reissue is the first complete printed reproduction of what was the most influential maritime publication of its day.
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