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A Boomer's Guide to Chronic Pain

4.33 of 5 stars 4.33  ·  rating details  ·  6 ratings  ·  4 reviews
The tail end of the baby boomer generation (1946-1964) is beginning to age and many are suffering with daily aches and pains. The goal of the book is to provide a resource for practical advice on how to live a better life in spite of chronic pain. The book delivers easy tips and suggestions that one can implement immediately to help them manage their pain. The scope of the...more
Paperback, 190 pages
Published August 1st 2010 by BookWise
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Kathleen O'Mara
Dr. Michael Kaye writes an excellent advice book for people with chronic pain. He eloquently tells the story of impact of chronic pain on the lives of the aging population and provides suggestions for overcoming the most dreadful components of debilitating painful conditions.

All pain isn’t the same. Pain management is different for each person who experiences pain. Some people find that injuries in their teen years come back to haunt them. Other people develop painful health conditions. Dr. Kay...more
Melissa Namba
This is a practical book with lots of good common sense reminders. The author offers sensible advice to readers and the thing I appreciated the most was his constant reminder to check in with your doctor. I learned that I am doing many things right and how I could be doing them better. I really liked that the author doesn't talk down to the reader like some medical texts do. I would recommend this to anyone who is in constant (non-gut wrenching) pain. It won't solve your pain problems, but it wi...more
Mary Ford
This was really helpful for my mom who suffers from chronic pain, I glanced through the book prior to passing it on to her to read in depth and even from the bits and pieces I read through I could tell that he's extremely knowledgeable and the book was very well written.
Dr. Michael Kaye
Living with chronic pain is a learned skill. But it doesn't have to be hard, and life can still be amazing - learn how with A Boomer's Guide To Chronic Pain.
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