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Psychological approaches to the management of pain

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Published by Brunner/Mazel in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pain -- Treatment.,
  • Pain -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Pain -- Therapy.,
  • Psychotherapy.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and indexes.

    Statementedited by Joseph Barber, Cheri Adrian.
    ContributionsBarber, Joseph, 1948-, Adrian, Cheri.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRB127 .P83 1982
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 211 p. ;
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3506011M
    ISBN 100876303033
    LC Control Number82045471

    WebMD explains the use of psychological therapy for treating pain. Psychological treatments for pain include talk therapy, relaxation training, stress management, and pain coping skills training. SPECIFIC SYNDROMES AND POPULATIONS --Improving the management of low back pain: a paradigm shift for primary care / Sheri D. Pruitt, Michael Von Korff --Cognitive-behavioral approach to the prevention of chronic back pain / Steven James Linton --Preparing patients for implantable technologies / Daniel M. Doleys --Occupational musculoskeletal.

    Psychology and psychological approaches to pain are an important and accepted part of the holistic pain management model. Research has shown that psychological approaches such as cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), mindfulness and hypnotherapy can be important components in improving pain management and indeed for warding off or being of benefit.   As physiotherapists, we can learn and adapt many concepts from a psychological perspective on pain. Many theories and models of pain have come from psychological research, most notably the gate control theory,1 used by many to explain how treatments work in modulating pain. Hadjistavropoulos and Craig's book highlights new concepts of pain and identifies some factors that .

    Pharmacology for the Interventional Pain Physician. Psychological Interventions. Physical Medicine Techniques in Pain Management. Physical Rehabilitation for Patients with Chronic Pain. Acupuncture. Integrative Approaches to Pain Management. Pain and Addictive Disorders: Challenge and Opportunity. Issues. To treat chronic pain, CBT is most often used together with other methods of pain management. These remedies may include medications, physical therapy, weight loss, massage, or in extreme cases.


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It covers established and novel pain management approaches and presents detailed treatment suggestions for prevalent pain syndromes. New and exciting approaches include methods to enhance resilience and interventions based on advanced technologies; the book also addresses the growing number of patients with comorbid psychological disorders.5/5(5).

Psychological Approaches to Pain Management, Second Edition: A Practitioner's Handbook Second Edition by Dennis C. Turk (Contributor), Robert J. Gatchel /5(3). "This is a marvelous book. It provides excellent descriptions and evaluations of the psychological approaches to pain management.

First-rate practitioner-researchers examine all the major approaches to pain management, including psychodynamic therapy, relaxation therapy, hypnosis, group therapy, and cognitive-behavioral approaches.5/5(1). out of 5 stars Psychological approaches to pain management: a test of time Reviewed in the United States on Ma The principles outlined in this book for psychological managment of pain, particularly hypnotherapy, have withstood a test of time/5(3).

Psychological Approaches to Pain Management: A Practitioner's Handbook. Since the original publication of this landmark volume, tremendous advances have been made in understanding and managing psychological factors in pain. This revised and greatly expanded second edition now brings the field fully up to date.4/5(3).

Psychological Approaches to Pain Management: A Practitioner's Handbook, 2nd edition Dennis C. Turk, Robert J. Gatchel Since the original publication of this landmark volume, tremendous advances have been made in understanding and managing psychological factors in pain.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages ; 23 cm: Responsibility: edited by Joseph Barber, Cheri Adrian. Psychological Approaches to Pain Management.: Designed for maximum clinical utility, this volume shows how to tailor psychological treatment programs to patients suffering from a wide range of Reviews: 1.

This book is a starting point to improving the management of your persistent pain. We know that if you can improve your understanding of pain and the factors that influence your pain, then this can lead to improved function and quality of life.

This workbook is part of a comprehensive treatment approach. Discuss why psychological treatments are a key component of a comprehensive approach to reducing pain. Describe approaches to evoking a pain-reducing relaxation response. Discuss the importance of mindset, belief, and expectation in the perception of pain.

Demonstrate one or more approaches to relieving pain through self. In Pain Management, Dr. Robert J. Gatchel shows how his biopsychosocial approach to treating clients with pain can uncover the complex factors that create pain.

Clinical Essentials of Pain Management gives mental health practitioners guidance on how to assess and treat pain patients, including discussions of frequently used measurement tools, instruments for matching patients with the best treatment, the interaction of mental states and the experience of pain, and details about cognitive-behavior interventions.

Patients with chronic pain are now viewed from a broad, biopsychosocial perspective. Says psychologist Robert Kerns, PhD, a pioneer in the psychological management of chronic pain who helped to develop the West Haven Multidimensional Pain Inventory and co-authored the current meta-analysis, says, "For greatest effectiveness, we emphasize treating a whole person with both physical.

Psychological approaches to pain management Personal beliefs and appraisals, emotional reactions, coping behaviours and social contextual factors are the primary targets of psychological interventions. "This is a marvelous book. It provides excellent descriptions and evaluations of the psychological approaches to pain management.

First-rate practitioner-researchers examine all the major approaches to pain management, including psychodynamic therapy, relaxation therapy, hypnosis, group therapy, and cognitive-behavioral approaches.4/5(2).

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Biopsychosocial perspective on chronic pain / Dennis C. Turk --Psychological disorders and chronic pain: cause-and-effect relationships / Robert J.

Gatchel --Acute pain management / David A. Williams --Enhancing motivation to change in pain treatment / Mark P. To treat pain effectively, you must address the physical, emotional and psychological aspects.

Medical treatments, including medication, surgery, rehabilitation and physical therapy, may be helpful for treating chronic pain. Psychological treatments are also an important part of pain management. Clinical Pain Management takes a practical, interdisciplinary approach to the assessment and management of pain.

Concise template chapters serve as a quick reference to physicians, anesthetists and neurologists, as well as other specialists, generalists, and trainees managing pain. Methods for managing sensory as well as psychological aspects of pain include relaxation, breathing and imagery exercises, hypnosis, and distraction techniques such as music, videos, bubble blowing, and pop-up books.

It appears that at least one mechanism by which these. This item: Psychological Approaches to Pain Management Hardcover CDN$ Ships from and sold by Book Depository CA.

Cognitive Therapy for Chronic Pain, Second Edition: A Step-by-Step Guide by Beverly E. Thorn Paperback CDN$/5(1). The Challenge of R. Melzack and P. Wall. (Pp. ; illustrated; £) Penguin Books: Harmondsworth. - Psychological Approaches to the Management of.Assessment of pain, disability and physical function in pain management.

Psychological assessment. Assessment of social, economic and occupational factors as potential obstacles to recovery. FAQs Section 3: The delivery of pain management Overview of approaches to pain management in terms of context, content and type of intervention.1.

Gatchel RJ, Turk DC. Psychological Approaches to Pain Management: A Practitioner's Handbook. Guilford Publications, Inc.

New York. 2. Gatchel RJ and Mayer TG. Occupational Musculoskeletal Disorders: Introduction and Overview of the Problem.