A step by step approach to using the best of both natural and prescriptive remedies to remain pain free. MSRP $17.95
Book: PAIN FREE 1-2-3!
by Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D.
(Note: We are presently out-of-stock on this book. If you would like, you can still purchase it from Amazon.com.)
With the over 100 natural and prescription treatments discussed in this book, you will realize that we are way past Tylenol and anti-inflammatory medications like Motrin! With so many options available, the book will guide you in a step by step manner so you can know exactly which treatments are most likely to help you get PAIN FREE and how to try them. It will also teach you how to eliminate the underlying causes of the pain when possible. You've suffered enough. You CAN get pain-free now!
Pain Free 1-2-3 Table of Contents
Introduction—From Pain to Pain Free!
Section 1 General Principles of Pain Relief—Giving Your Body What It Needs to Heal and Eliminate Pain
Chapter 1 Getting Started—Why We Have Pain
Chapter 2 Optimizing Nutritional Support Easily
Chapter 3 Getting 8 hours of Sleep a Night—The Foundation of Pain Relief
Chapter 4 Treating Hormonal Deficiencies
Section 2 Eliminating the Underlying Causes/Triggers of Your Pain
Chapter 5 Infections
Chapter 6 Body Work, Structural Issues and Trauma, By Bren Jacobson
Section 3 Types of Pain
Chapter 7 The Biochemistry of Pain
Chapter 8 Neuropathic (Nerve) Pain and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)
Chapter 9 Myofascial (Muscles/Ligament/Tendon) and Fibromyalgia Pain
Chapter 10 Arthritis Pain
Chapter 11 Inflammatory Pain
Chapter 12 Other Pains—Osteoporosis and Cancer Pain
Section 4 Evaluating and Treating Common Pains Based on Their Locations
Chapter 13 Headaches and Facial Pain
Chapter 14 Back Pain
Chapter 15 Indigestion, Ulcers, Acid Reflux, and Gastritis—Getting off Acid Blockers Naturally
Chapter 16 Spastic Colon
Chapter 17 Noncardiac Chest Pain
Chapter 18 Pelvic Pain Syndromes—Menstrual Cramps, Vulvadynia, Interstitial Cystitis, Endometriosis, and Prostadynia
Chapter 19 Wrist, Hand, Shoulder, Leg, and Foot Pains
Section 5 A Review of Effective Therapies
Chapter 20 Natural Remedies
Chapter 21 Structural Therapies—Chiropractic and Osteopathic Medicine
Chapter 22 Prescription Therapies—We’re Way Past Aspirin!
Chapter 23 Prolotherapy by Brad Fullerton, M.D. and David Harris, M.D.
Chapter 24 Traditional Chinese Medicine: Acupuncture for Coordinated Wellness-Care by Peter Marinakis, PhD
Chapter 25 Sexual Dysfunction, Depression, and Mind-Body Aspects of Pain
Chapter 26 Eliminating Weight Gain
Appendix A: Summary (like “Cliff Notes”) and Flowcharts for Quickly Evaluating Your Pain and Determining How to Treat It
Appendix B: Treatment Protocol
Appendix D: Study Abstract—Effective Treatment of Fibromyalgia and CFS; Editorial published in Journal of the American Academy of Pain Management
Appendix E: Why Physicians Do Not Focus on Pain Medicine
Appendix F: Myers’ Cocktails
Appendix G: Footnotes/references