It is said that the best companion one can have in his entire lifetime irrespective of complex human emotions is the book. One of the beauties of reading books is that you will gain wisdom of the author who has either already experienced the issue you are facing now and reading the book about or he has been on closely associated with someone with those issues and have found compelling solution he wanted to share with rest of the world. You do not need to spend the entire life looking yourself for answers but read books to gain some insights that would save your precious life and lifespan.
Following are such 10 books that will teach you about pain management from a different perspective but with one goal in mind – to teach you manage the pain. Refer these books and make most of out of it to stay fit for coming years.
1. “HEALING BACK PAIN” By JOHN E.SARNO, MD
A Bestseller Medical help book, Dr. John.E.Sarno has been the leading mentor in the field of establishing and assessing the connection between Mind and Body that can help you heal your back pain from the psychological perspective without much need of medication or surgeries.
2. “8 Steps to a Pain-Free Back” By Esther Gokhale with Susan Adams
8 Steps to a Pain-free Back from Esther Gokhale has been a smash hit among those who has recovered and successfully managing the back pain under control. It is a must read for those who are looking for a step by step guide for keeping the pain at bay.
3. “TREAT YOUR OWN BACK” By Robin McKenzie
Treat your Own back by Robin A McKenzie is still a bestseller and best known as “McKenzie Method”. The book acts as self-help health book to treat and manage the back pain.
Below video explains the MCKENZIE method exercises in detail:
4. “FOUNDATION” By Dr. Eric Goodman and Peter Park
This book written by Dr. Eric Goodman and Peter Park indulges the readers into training yourself for optimistic movements and postures to attain high energy and get rid of back pain which basically stems from bad postures.
5. “What your Doctor may NOT tell you about FIBROMYALGIA” By Paul St. Amand, M.D., and Claudia Marek
This book gives a first-hand insight on Fibromyalgia, how to identify the condition, Symptoms, Research findings on an optimum treatment plan, etc., which your doctor might not be explaining in detail.
6. “The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution” By Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum has been the leading consultant on the field of chronic fatigue and Fibromyalgia since his original best seller “Fatigued to Fantastic“. This book dives into more cutting-edge research findings on how to overcome fatigue and avoid Fibromyalgia.
7. “The Amazing Tennis Ball Back Pain Cure” By Justin Price
Justin Price, the pioneer of Biomechanics Method for pain management, has poured in his knowledge on innovative back pain relief techniques that doesn’t require much stretching exercises which for some people will bring more pain back when done in wrong ways. It uses simple techniques using a tennis ball to bring relief from Lower Back pain, Upper Back Pain, Sciatica, Disc issues, Muscle tension, Joint pain, Pain in the feet, ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, neck and head.
8. “7 Steps to a Pain-Free Life” By Robin Mckenzie
Another useful resource from the Author Robert McKenzie who has been the inventor of McKenzie Method for pain relief.
9. Sciatica: Low Back Pain Relief Once and For All (Super Spine) By Sean Summer
It is a Kindle e-book on advanced methods of strengthening of your spine and keeping away from pain especially if you have SCIATICA.
10. “The Deskercise Method: 23 Ways To Get Ripped, Burn Fat, Prevent Back Pain And Improve Posture In Your Office” By Adam P
The final one is for the busy professional who might be bored now thinking that they do not have any time to go through such elaborate books and studies to beat back pain. Well, this book will provide easy to follow proven exercises that you can practice at your work desk and also to keep the check on your postures to manage the pain.
Bonus Book: “You Can Heal Your Life” By Louise L Hay
Believe me when I tell you “You should not ignore this book”. There are good chances that you might have heard about this book and there are even good chances that you have it. But reading and implementing this book will bring the miracle in your life, both physically and psychologically. A must have for every Family. Though it is not directly related with pain management topic of this article, it still make good sense to be recommended as an overall Self-help Health guide.