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eBook Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person's Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and I njury epub

by Ben E. Benjamin

eBook Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person's Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and I njury epub
  • ISBN: 0143111957
  • Author: Ben E. Benjamin
  • Genre: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penguin Books; Revised, Updated edition (November 27, 2007)
  • Pages: 400 pages
  • ePUB size: 1581 kb
  • FB2 size 1664 kb
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Ben E. Benjamin is the founder of the Muscular Therapy Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He has worked in sports medicine/muscular therapy private practice since 1963.

Ben E. His books include Listen to Your Pain: The Active Person's Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and Injury; Are You Tense?: The Benjamin System of Muscular Therapy; and Exercise Without Injury.

Listen to Your Pain book. Here is complete, no-nonsense, fully illustrated, medically sound guide to all the strains and stresses that can afflict active people. Ben E. Benjamin, author of Sports Without Pain and Are You Tense?, explains every major injury, from tennis elbow to torn cartilage. Listen to Youur Pain.

Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. I needed this info for a class I was taking. It is simply worded,precise,AND informative on painful body issues. The knowledge helps one to decide if a healthcare professional you seek for treatment knows their anatomy and physiology. By understanding your pain, you confirm your intuitions and when a healthcare professional treats according to that intuition, both time and money is saved. More to learn from the masters.

The Active Person’s Guide to Understanding, Identifying, and Treating Pain and I njury. For more than twenty-five years, Listen to Your Pain has been a leading resource for understanding pain and injury problems.

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Manufacturer: Penguin Books Release date: 3 January 1984 ISBN-10 : 014006687X ISBN-13: 9780140066876

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The newly updated edition of the classic guide to assessing and treating pain and injury For more than twenty-five years, Listen to Your Pain has been a leading resource for understanding pain and injury problems. Now revised and updated based on recent research, this comprehensive, fully illustrated guide: * explains how to determine exactly what is causing your pain, using simple tests * provides detailed instructions for therapists on assessing and treating each major injury * outlines possible treatment choices, from self-therapy to medical help * catalogs injuries by the part of the body that hurts, for easy reference * offers exercise and rehabilitation regimens to help promote faster healing and complete recovery Listen to Your Pain remains the essential reference for active people seeking an understanding of their injuries and relief from their pain.
Comments: (7)
Wen
This book is a great resource for understanding common causes of joint pain and is especially useful for athletes. However, as with anything medical related get a professional diagnosis from a physician - preferably one who specializes with injuries to the specific joint in question. Also be very careful with some of the recommended treatments, especially corticosteroids for tendinopathy. The book states this may be the only thing that works for patellar tendinosis. It has long been proven that corticosteroids do not help with this condition and can actually make it worse. The first edition of this book was published in the 1970's and it needs to be updated to reflect current research.
Cordabor
I bought the first edition while in massage school back in 1994. I had to finally duct tape the binding on that book so I figured I buy the next edition. the paper in that book is already yellowing and it seems like the pages are getting brittle. The book from the 90's is dong fine except for binding. The information is good in either edition.
Yainai
I have used this book as a reference for many years. Information, tips, diagrams help to provide guidance to self care for many injuries and also a guide to when you really do need to see a doctor.
OwerSpeed
I received my first copy of "Listen to Your Pain" by Ben Benjamin in 1988 from my first massage therapist. I have referred to it year after year for the best diagnostic and treatment advice for any/all injuries. I was researching a knee injury online the other night; I always include "ben Benjamin" in my search to see what he says about the injury. That is when I came across this newest edition of "Listen to Your Pain." I ordered it with the fastest shipping and as usual Amazon came through with getting it here on Saturday morning! I turned to the "knee" section and right away found THE EXACT symptoms and description to my injury. This is an issue I have been dealing with for over 2 years and has responded to no treatents. Now I know where to go to properly address this issue. Get this book if you work out or have suffered any type of pain/injury. Ben Benjamin is 2nd to none in helping to diagnose and treating injuries and all without seeing you in person. His practice is only about 2 1/2 hours away from my home and if his book wasn't so good at telling how to fix stuff, I would not hesitate in going there. Don't question it, get it!
Tekasa
This book is a wonderful resource. My family and friends are always asking for my "pain book" so they can find exercises or diagnostic tests for their sports injuries etc. In fact after one of them made off with it I'm now buying a 2nd copy. If I or my family have a muscle pain or injury it's nice to be able to read up in the book to add to what a doctor has said or to find relief without having to make a doctors visit (of course you have to use your own discretion about when you need to make the visit and when the book can replace/add to the visit). If you are active or at risk for repetitive strain injuries I would highly recomend this book.
Worla
This is one of the best books anyone can buy for their health. The author clearly describes each area of the body, the pains that can occur, their cause, and the methods to correct the problem.
Swordsong
We love this book in our house. I have purchased 5 or 6 of them over the years and at least 2 of them have been loaned out and then disappeared. Have given some as gifts to family members (that way they don't have to borrow ours). The book is well illustrated and very helpful in diagnosing and pinpointing a problem. It then gives ways to treat the injury. We have found it very helpful over the years.
Too simple for a professional. It's also quite dry and at times ambiguous.
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