Radical Relief: A Guide to Overcome Chronic Pain
An evidence-based guide that helps chronic pain sufferers discover the key to creating a rich, meaningful life.
Written by physical therapist Joe Tatta, this workbook and guide is for people experiencing chronic pain and the professionals who treat them. Using up-to-date research and contemporary pain education, Dr. Tatta helps readers understand the causes of pain. He then introduces them to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy—a time-tested, science-backed approach that has helped thousands of people experiencing chronic pain, as well as those suffering from stress, depression, anxiety, trauma and addiction.
Using metaphors, colorful imagery and more than 40 mindfulness activities, Radical Relief helps readers identify the blocks that may be keeping them stuck and offers tools for taking meaningful, purposeful action toward a more fulfilling life. This guide is a vital resource that provides a safe and effective alternative to common pain treatments.
“Some of our most common beliefs about pain are wrong—luring millions into endless struggle. This short, clear, easy-to-read volume shows that there is an entirely different pathway forward once a more scientifically sound perspective is adopted. In a step-by-step fashion, it gives you real tools you can use to obtain radical relief. Stop struggling: start living. Now. This book will show you how. Highly recommended.”
- Steven C. Hayes, Originator of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and author of A Liberated Mind.
Written by Joe Tatta, PT, DPT, CNS.
Illustrated. Softcover; 120 pages.
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a fantastic unique book in the field of pain and psychology