It Hurts: A New Practical Guide on Pain Management
Kern A. Olson, PhD
This book’s case studies and discussions provide insight into the philosophical, physiological, and historical understanding of pain and pain management.
Practical Chronic Pain Management: A Case-Based Approach
Tariq Malik, (Ed.)
This book is an easy-to-read, practical, evidence-based guide to managing chronic pain conditions. Each chapter provides a step-by-step evaluation, medical and interventional pain treatment options available, as well as how and when to move from one option to another.
Pain Management for Clinicians: A Guide to Assessment and Treatment
Carl Edward Noe, (Ed.)
This book focuses on the modern clinical management of acute and chronic pain syndromes. It examines various pain conditions and their unique effect on different age groups.
Handbook of Pain Management: A Clinical Companion to Textbook of Pain, 1st Edition
Ronald Melzack & Patrick Wall
This book examines the clinical states (acute, chronic and, cancer pain) and therapeutic aspects (pharmacological, surgical, physiotherapy, psychotherapy) of pain. It also presents a rational, multidisciplinary approach to pain management.
Back in Control: A Surgeon’s Roadmap Out of Chronic Pain, 2nd Edition
Dr. David Hanscom
This provides a framework for understanding the nature of chronic pain and finding solutions based on well-established practices. The process evolved from the author’s own severe 15-year experience with chronic pain.
There are myriads of books on pain and pain management but this blog has presented you with some of them. Feel free to contact us for more information and suggestions.