Historically, Las Vegas Recovery Center’s inpatient Addiction Treatment and Pain Treatment programs’ philosophies, principles, practices and other elements of treatment and recovery are formed and transcend throughout each of our other addiction and chronic pain related CRT programs.
Central Recovery Press has worked with Las Vegas Recovery Center to examine its programs thoroughly, and create a series of pain recovery related books that encapsulate many of the relative aspects of its programs that have been implemented into other treatment programs across the United States. These books are listed below and are available online along with a wide variety of addiction and other behavioral health related books published by Central Recovery Press.
To access Central Recovery Press’ pain recovery books, please see the Pain Recovery Library below and click on one of the select titles or book covers to read more about that book. To access all of Central Recovery Press’ books, click here.
Pain Recovery for Families – How to Find Balance When Someone Else’s Chronic Pain Becomes Your Problem Too
Vital information and guidance for anyone struggling with the realities of a loved one’s chronic pain. Even a well-functioning family is likely to be thrown out of balance when one of its members…
Pain Recovery – How to Find Balance and Reduce Suffering from Chronic Pain
Mel Pohl, MD,FASAM; Frank Szabo, JR, LADC; Daniel Shiode, PHD; and Robert Hunter, PHD Not just a treatment for chronic pain but a lifestyle that encompasses the mind, body, emotions, and spirit…
My Pain Recovery Journal
From the Editors of Central Recovery Press: A therapeutic tool to enhance pain recovery. Based on the successful program detailed in the book Pain Recovery: How to Find Balance and Reduce Suffering from…
A Day Without Pain – Revised – By Mel Pohl, MD, FASAM
Pain and its management (or mismanagement) is one of the most important and urgent issues facing society today. Millions are afflicted with pain and it is the most frequent reason Americans seek medical attention each year. According to research published in Pain Physician Journal (2006), 90 percent of people in the US receiving treatment for pain management are prescribed opiate medication. Of that number, 18 to 41 percent had opiate abuse/addiction problems. We also know that at least eighty billion dollars is spent for pain relief in the US each year a significant amount of that is for prescription medications. What is harder to quantify is the emotional cost to family systems when one or more members suffer with a chronic pain condition.More than 50 million people in the US suffer from long-lasting pain that persists for months or years. Twenty-two percent of primary care patients report being in pain; 83 million adults reveal that pain affects their participation in an activity; 4.5 million patients die in pain each year; and 26 percent of nursing home residents experience daily pain. Pain is a worldwide pandemic with no end in sight. That’s why this book was written. A Day without Pain reviews the physical and psychological problems associated with pain, as well as ways to assess and treat pain. It examines methods for treating pain in a comprehensive, holistic manner, without the use of narcotic/opiate/pain killers, so that optimal health and function can be restored.