Making Sense of Pain: Stories and Analogies that Help Define Pain
Written for clinicians and patients, this book uses analogies and stories to explain the causes of pain, the reasons people feel pain, and what motivates them to get better.
This book is an excellent resource for clinicians who want to learn how to explain injuries and symptoms to their patients in simple language that makes sense. The book is also a great tool for people who are experiencing pain, to help them better understand pain, what causes it, and ways to treat it. With colorful stories and illustrations, this is an essential tool for clinicians and for any patient who is on a journey toward healing.
Written by physical therapists Jim Heafner, PT, DPT, OCS and Jarod Hall, PT, DPT, OCS.
Powerful analogies to help understand and explain pain!
like being able to read a client's mind
Must read for anyone treating people in pain.
Great Clinic Resource!
Best book on Nocebo Language
Using the right words.
Simple and extremely helpful
The enemy you know...
Finally Some Pain Relief