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Reversing Chronic Pain: A 10-Point All-Natural Plan for Lasting Relief

Reversing Chronic Pain offers a dynamic framework for joining body and mind to speed the healing of traumatic pain from the body level up. Each chapter presents a body-centered skill set that can be mastered through a broad menu of practice exercises. The resulting interlinked somatic building blocks help readers shift from physical pain to body awareness, and from unstoppable suffering to heartfelt connection and peace.

Building on the AIDS cocktail approach that reflects the fact that chronic pain is complex and no one tactic is likely to solve the problem, renowned expert Maggie Phillips presents a 10-1 pain plan comprised of easy strategies based on somatic experience. Even if the reader’s pain is perceived as a “10” at th

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  1. Dr. Albina Tamalonis "Clinical Psychologist" says:
    21 of 22 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A Wonderful Book, November 24, 2007
    This review is from: Reversing Chronic Pain: A 10-Point All-Natural Plan for Lasting Relief (Paperback)

    Maggie Phillips’s Reversing Chronic Pain takes a tremendous amount of up to date scientific information on pain management and presents a beautiful case for mind-body healing and the reversing of chronic pain. Even as a psychologist who has been doing mind-body work for 25 years, I learned new breath, mindfulness and visualization techniques proven to close the gates of pain. This book presents a comprehensive self-help plan but I found it can be useful as a companion to psychotherapy, hypnotic work and EMDR. I especially like her inclusion of body issues such as energy psychology and movement so often missed in books of this type. The addition of her thoughts on spirituality and love offers reassurance and relief for those who can believe and shines throughout Dr. Phillips’ caring book.

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  2. David Kannerstein says:
    15 of 15 people found the following review helpful:
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    “Reversing Chronic Pain” is a Must Read, November 8, 2007
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    This review is from: Reversing Chronic Pain: A 10-Point All-Natural Plan for Lasting Relief (Paperback)

    Psychologist Maggie Phillips new book,”Reversing Chronic Pain,” is an absolutely indispensible resource for anyone suffering with chronic pain or anyone working with those who are. There are many things to love about this book, but I will focus on just a few. She manages to clearly and concisely explain the relationships between the mind and the body and between pain and negative emotions without oversimplifying–a major achievement. She also identifies the power of words to add to or alleviate the trauma of pain, as when she discusses the difference between words like “psychosomatic” and “mind-body” or between “self-treatment” and “rest.” Perhaps most importantly for those suffering with chronic pain, she introduces an amazing variety of approaches to working with pain–psychological techniques (guided imagery), meditation, body and energy therapies, nutritionals, and medications. Quite simply, this is one of the best self-help books for working with chronic pain that I have every read. BUY THIS BOOK!

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