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A textbook for health professionals

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Pain:: A textbook for health professionals provides a comprehensive guide to pain and pain management with a focus on interprofessional practice.

Written by internationally acclaimed authors and fully updated to reflect latest evidence and understanding, this book bridges the gap between theoretical underpinning and practice for assessment and management of patients with persistent pain - all in clear and accessible language.

Now in its third edition, the text emphasises personal aspects of pain and the therapeutic alliance, as well as social and cultural aspects of pain, pain education for patients, and multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary working. It will provide both students and clinicians with a new lens through which to understand a persons pain experience, as well as tools for effective management.

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  • Foreword to the first edition

    Foreword to the Second edition

    Foreword to the third edition


    1. Introduction to pain

    2. The patients voice

    3. Developing your communication toolkit: a practical guide for healthcare professionals

    4. Social determinants of pain

    Section 1: Overview: what is pain?

    5. The psychology of pain: implications for the assessment and management of people in pain

    6. Neuroanatomy of the nociceptive system

    7. Neurophysiology of pain

    Section 2: Assessment and management of pain

    8. Assessing pain

    9. Pain education for patients

    10. Participating in life roles through self-management

    11. Exercise therapy

    12. Psychological management of pain

    13. Neuropathic pain and complex regional pain syndrome

    14. Manual therapy and influence on pain perception

    15. Pain pharmacology and the pharmacological management of pain

    16. Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and acupuncture

    17. Workplace rehabilitation

    Section 3: Special issues

    18. Multidisciplinary and interprofessional working

    19. Pain in childhood

    20. Pain in older adults

    21. Cancer pain

    22. Inequities in pain: pain in low- and middle-income countries and among indigenous peoples

    23. Chronic pain and psychiatric problems

    24. Acute pain

    25. Persistent pain and the law: legal aspects of persistent pain management

    26. Conclusions: the future

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