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  Title Beyond Pain: Making the Mind-Body Connection, by Angela Mailis-Gagnon and David Israelson [book review]
URL http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1840042/
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2004 Jun;48(2):180
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Abstract/Notes EXCERPT: The style in which this book was written suggests it was intended for the "lay" reader. However, when it comes to complicated, chronic pain conditions - the focus of Dr. Mailis-Gagnon's ground-breaking clinical/research career - most health care providers could be validly considered to be among the lay public. A personal, engrossing book, Beyond Pain succeeds in explaining complex concepts of neurophysiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology of pain syndromes without sacrificing readability. The authors avoid jargon and use diagrams (e.g., of pain pathways and actual pain drawings) to ensure that the necessary discussions supplement the fascinating illustrative cases presented from Dr. Mailis-Gagnon's clinical experience, rather than competing with the narrative.

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