Updated: Dec 13, 2022
I heard about this book back in August, when it was released, through a chronic pain group that I am a part of.
I reserved it from our library here in Calgary and finally received it about a month ago.
I'll be honest, it isn't easy for me to get through a book, reading hasn't been a huge priority since having kids.
I've read it 2x. It was a well organized and easy read with many excellent and relatable antidotes, and with a humour that I greatly appreciated. Yes, a book about chronic pain that had some humour!
The second time I read through it, I took notes, lots of notes! Before it was due back, I found myself using it as reference so often that I went out and bought myself a copy.
It was not only easy to read the main content of the book, but the postscript, appendix, and notes at the end... who reads the appendix? I did! As well as the 29 pages of notes!
The structure of Pain Reprocessing Theory was so well laid out, it truly seems so easy to follow that it doesn't make sense not to hand this book out at every pain clinic throughout Canada. Is that possible?
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