Curing Chronic Pain

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  • Copyright: 2009-01-01
  • Publisher: Turner Pub Co
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In 2004, Dr. Robert T. Cochran published Understanding Chronic Pain, a ground-breaking work exploring the links between pain, depression, childhood trauma, substance abuse, and bipolar disease. A companion to that work, Curing Chronic Pain demonstrates the advancements Cochran has made in successfully treating patients suffering from pain. He has found that chronic pain, a single core illness, can be alleviated with the careful application of certain drugs, even those in the controversial opiate class. In many cases, Cochran says, ¿miraculous cures have been achieved.¿ Presented in a conversational, anecdotal format, this book examines the specific experiences of chronic pain patients under Cochran¿s supervision. As a reader you will be struck by Cochran¿s warmth, compassion, intellect, and willingness to confront the complicated issues surrounding treatment. There is hope in Curing Chronic Pain.

Author Biography

Before making St. Simons Island her home, Eugenia Price, a native of Charleston, West Virginia, was a resident of Chicago with a highly successful career in the thriving area of radio soap opera programming. Price's earliest booksù"Discoveries," "The Burden Is Light," and "Early Will I Seek Thee"ùgained her enormous popularity. Her compelling message was not about doctrine, but about new birth. In rapid succession, she wrote books dealing with Christian living, women's faith perspectives, and devotional themes. Her masterful rephrasing of the entire Bible, "Beloved World," went through countless printings. Twenty-six highly personal nonfiction works and fourteen historical novels were ultimately released by the leading publishers of her day. Eugenia Price died May 28, 1996, and is buried at her beloved Christ Churchyard, Frederica, St. Simons Island. Following her death, the Eugenia Price/Joyce K. Blackburn Charitable Foundation, Inc., was established, with Blackburn, also a prolific writer, as president. The Foundation holds all publishing rights in perpetuity. Its sustaining purpose is to ensure the availability of this written legacy for future generations of readers.

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgmentsp. ix
How Did You Know What to Do?p. 1
Pharmacy for Painp. 17
Pain in the Jawp. 35
Depression and Painp. 49
Demons and Ghostsp. 73
Remembered Painp. 91
The Damaged Brainp. 113
Pain Behaviorp. 129
Drugs of Abusep. 145
Why I Failp. 163
Analgesic Reboundp. 183
Childhood Abusep. 205
The Bipolar Spectrump. 229
The Opiate Curep. 249
Anger and Painp. 279
Dreams and Painp. 299
Epiloguep. 323
Indexp. 331
About the Authorp. 338
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