Integrative Pain Medicine: The Science and Practice of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Pain Management by Joseph F. AudetteIntegrative Pain Medicine: The Science and Practice of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Pain Management by Joseph F. Audette

Integrative Pain Medicine: The Science and Practice of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in…

EditorJoseph F. Audette, Allison Bailey

Paperback | January 19, 2011

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This important book fills a need in the developing area of Pain Medicine. It provides physicians with an up-to-date resource that details the current understanding about the basic science underlying the mechanism of action of the various CAM therapies used for pain. It summarizes the clinical evidence both for efficacy and safety, and finishes with practical guidelines about how such treatments could be successfully and safely integrated into a Pain practice.
Title:Integrative Pain Medicine: The Science and Practice of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in…Format:PaperbackDimensions:598 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.07 inPublished:January 19, 2011Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1617377783

ISBN - 13:9781617377785

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Table of Contents

Preface to Integrative Pain Medicine, Joseph F. Audette, MA, MD .- Introduction: Legal and Ethical Issues in Integrative Pain Management, Michael H. Cohen, JD, MBA, MFA.- Basic Mechanisms of Pain, Frank Willard, PhD.- The Functional Neuroanatomy of Pain Perception, Norman W. Kettner, DC.- Neuroimaging for the Evaluation of CAM Mechanisms, Vitaly Napadow, Ph.D.- Integrating Dry Needling with New Concepts of Myofascial Pain, Muscle Physiology and Sensitization, Jay P. Shah, MD.- Potential Role of Fascia in Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain, Helene M. Langevin, MD.- Biochemical and Nutritional Influences on Pain, Steve Parcell, ND.- Exercise Testing and Training in Patients with (Chronic) Pain, Harriët Wittink PT MSc PhD.- Meditation and Chronic Pain, R. Joshua Wootton, MDiv, PhD.- Adjunctive Hypnotic Management of Acute Pain in Invasive Medical Interventions, Gloria Maria Martinez Salazar, M.D.- Energy-Based Therapies for Chronic Pain, Eric Leskowitz, MD.- Tai Chi in Pain Medicine, Joseph F. Audette, MA, MD.- Yoga in Pain Management, Loren Fishman, M.D., B. Phil.- Contemporary Aquatic Therapy and Pain Management, Douglas W. Kinnaird, BA, NCTMB, ATRIC.- Osteopathic Medicine in Chronic Pain, James H. Gronemeyer, DO.- Chiropractic Pain Management: An Integrative Approach, Norman W. Kettner, DC.- Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork in Integrative Pain Management, Arthur Madore, L.M.T.- Acupuncture in Pain Management, David Wang, MD.- Nutrition and Supplements for Pain Management, Maria Sulindro-Ma, MD.- Botanicals in the Management of Pain, Tieraona Low Dog, MD.- Chinese Herbal Medicine for Pain, David Euler, Lic.Ac.- Integrative Pain Medicine Models: Women's Health Programs, Allison Bailey, MD.- Integrative medicine: History, Overview, And Applications to Pain Management, Joseph Mosquera MD, DABIM.

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From the reviews:"This is a collaborative effort to address integrative pain medicine, involving authors from a variety of complementary and alternative medicine backgrounds. . is designed to be accessible for a wide audience, including healthcare consumers (patients) and providers (clinicians). . valuable addition to the bookshelf of any healthcare provider practicing in the field of pain management. . Pain management clinicians will likely find this book to be of particular value as they consider expanding their scope of services to include a broader array of CAM techniques." (Felise S. Zollman, Doody's Review Service, July, 2008)"Andrew Weil praises this book as the 'definitive guide to integrative pain management.' . Clearly, the subject is appealing. . This multiauthored volume covers most relevant topics, from basic pain concepts to legal issues. Its main emphasis is a broad outline of how alternative treatments like meditation, hypnotherapy, tai chi, yoga, osteopathy, chiropractic, massage, and herbal medicines might help individuals with pain." (JAMA, Vol. 300 (11), 2008)