Seeing how there is no cure for majority of chronic disorders that we focus on here at CSSA, best that we can hope for is to have a method of dealing with the symptoms, at least to some degree. Today we’re going to have a look at a book that gives at least some promise at stopping chronic pain. It’s in the title actually, Pain Free – A Revolutionary Method for Stopping Chronic Pain.
Pain Free – A Revolutionary Method for Stopping Chronic Pain – recommendation
This book, written by Pete Egoscue and Roger Gitines, is chock full of advice on how to help people who experience chronic pain in limbs, back, shoulders, neck or anywhere really. In it, the authors give a large number of advice for how to deal with stopping chronic pain. It is one one of the most popular books used by CSSA members and it is also a very popular book in general on Amazon.
Advice given in the book revolves around training exercises and ideas for some good habits to have in order to avoid ending up worsening the chronic pain that people experience everyday. I read it myself and I have to say that there really are some great pointers in it that I applied in doing my everyday tasks. Especially when it comes to sitting, yeah, sitting of all places, which is something I do in front of the computer a lot. Anyway, get the book, but make sure to read it through and through before saying that it doesn’t work. Book might not work for you if you need surgery to help you, but that is something that you find out by reading the book. Give it a shot and see how it goes.