Healing Pain and Injury

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This well-organized, well-written book in easy-to-read style will be useful for many of us healing from an injury or being in pain whether occasional or chronic. Author Maud Nerman is an osteopathic physician who treated thousands of patients and wrote Healing Pain and Injury. Through five parts and many smaller chapters within, she covers everything about pain and injury—their causes, their symptoms and effects on the body, and how to treat the different types for full recovery. She insists on natural healing as much as possible, with little or no medications but with such help as homeopathy offers and relying mostly on natural diet. Much of the treatments are through her osteopathic manipulations, but in the last section she describes how you should help your own self-healing. The book is filled with cute, simple sketches that help to explain the points she discusses. Many small black-and-white photos illustrate as she treats patients. In addition, a professional yogi, through photos, demonstrates a number of poses that also help overcome pain and injury. The author describes numerous case histories and the successful healing of these patients. This is a useful reference book for those who prefer mostly natural treatments.

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Star Count 5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 346 pages
Publisher Bay Tree Publishing
Publish Date 2014-Jan-06
ISBN 9780985939908
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Issue March 2014
Category Health, Fitness & Dieting


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