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I AM WHAT I AM... CRPS STYLE! By Laura Smith
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The world of Chronic Pain through the eyes of a seventeen year old. With heavy reference to the little known about condition 'Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.' It looks closely at how one decision... More > can change a person's life forever, and the consequences it leaves behind. Takes you from the very first day all the way through to the present moment.< Less
Rehabilitation Medicine and Thermography By Mathew H.M. Lee, MD & Jeffrey M. Cohen, MD
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Rehabilitation Medicine and Thermography presents a comprehensive review of the expanding role of thermography in studying chronic pain and other rehabilitation conditions, as well as its clinical... More > applications in the fields of arthritis, dermatology, neurology, sports medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and legal medicine. Each chapter is written by medical experts and edited by Dr. Mathew H.M. Lee and Dr. Jeffrey M. Cohen of the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU School of Medicine. Dr. Lee, an international consultant and lecturer, is Medical Director, Rusk Institute and Chairman, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine. His major clinical interests are chronic pain, thermography, acupuncture, and music. Dr. Cohen is Clinical Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine and Medical Director, Kathryn Walter Stein Chronic Pain Laboratory at the Rusk Institute. His specialties include chronic pain, neurological rehabilitation, rehabilitation of medically complex conditions, and electrodiagnosis.< Less
Rehabilitation Medicine and Thermography (hardcover) By Mathew H.M. Lee, MD & Jeffrey M. Cohen, MD
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Rehabilitation Medicine and Thermography presents a comprehensive review of the expanding role of thermography in studying chronic pain and other rehabilitation conditions, as well as its clinical... More > applications in the fields of arthritis, dermatology, neurology, sports medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, and legal medicine. Each chapter is written by medical experts and edited by Dr. Mathew H.M. Lee and Dr. Jeffrey M. Cohen of the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU School of Medicine. Dr. Lee, an international consultant and lecturer, is Medical Director, Rusk Institute and Chairman, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine. His major clinical interests are chronic pain, thermography, acupuncture, and music. Dr. Cohen is Clinical Associate Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine and Medical Director, Kathryn Walter Stein Chronic Pain Laboratory at the Rusk Institute. His specialties include chronic pain, neurological rehabilitation, rehabilitation of medically complex conditions, and electrodiagnosis.< Less
Nickie's Nook: Sharing the Journey By Nickie Coby
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Have you ever wanted to understand chronic pain and the people living with it? Do you have chronic pain and feel alone? If so, Nickie’s Nook should be your next literary companion. Nickie... More > discusses life as a college student whose experiences with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and blindness deeply impact her life. The book consists of several separate stories, essays, articles and journal entries. Its conversational style makes it an excellent option for waiting rooms, buses or beaches. Thrilling, frightening, amusing, deep, fearful, joyful and peaceful. All describe Nickie’s Nook: Sharing the Journey. The book shares many of the most meaningful articles from Nickie’s blog The book is available from libraries for the blind, however it is also available in accessible pdf format. A portion of each sale is donated to organizations serving those with chronic pain or visual impairments.< Less
Nickie's Nook: Sharing the Journey By Nickie Coby
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Have you ever wanted to understand chronic pain and the people living with it? Do you have chronic pain and feel alone? If so, Nickie’s Nook should be your next literary companion. Nickie... More > discusses life as a college student whose experiences with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy/Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and blindness deeply impact her life. The book consists of several separate stories, essays, articles and journal entries. Its conversational style makes it an excellent option for waiting rooms, buses or beaches. Thrilling, frightening, amusing, deep, fearful, joyful and peaceful. All describe Nickie’s Nook: Sharing the Journey. The book shares many of the most meaningful articles from Nickie’s blog The book is available from libraries for the blind, however it is also available in accessible pdf format. A portion of each sale is donated to organizations serving those with chronic pain or visual impairments.< Less
A Garden of Words By Eden Roe
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This fully illustrated book explores how both art and poetry reflect the writer and the reader. Despite great obstacles, this book was made in the hopes of achieving a dream of reaching others... More > through art in all of its various forms. A dollar of every book sold will be donated to the RSDS foundation in honor of all the support I found there when I was struggling and battling RSD/CRPS.< Less
Fighting Pain Finding Joy By David Alan Gray
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Pain comes in many types, not just physical, yet this is the one most of us deal with most often. I cannot imagine there is anyone on the planet who has not suffered physical pain in some way at some... More > time in their life. Many babies are welcomed into life with a smack on the bottom forcing them to cry and prove they are alive. I know a lot about pain because in 2002, my family was involved in a car wreck in which our 10 nearly, 11-year-old daughter, Elizabeth died. We were all severely hurt, filling up all the ICU and PICU units at the hospital we were taken to. We ran up over $2,000,000 of hospital and medical bills. I was left handicapped with RSD / CRPS, a nerve dysfunction where a trauma site hurts constantly and for the rest of the sufferer's life, as if the trauma had just occurred. Fighting Pain Finding Joy will show you how I have managed to do exactly what the title says; Fight the Pain and Find Joy.< Less

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