Sunday, January 19, 2014

Secrets To A Pain Free Life Book Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I have a new book to share with you that is written by Dr. Reza Ghorbani, called Secrets To A Pain Free Life. He is also the one behind Noxicare, which you have seen numerous posts here on my blog about his pain free products.
In his new book, "Secrets to a Pain Free Life", Dr. Ghorbani offers straightforward, useful advice for patients and clinicians that can help them navigate through baffling, or in some cases, deceptive claims about pain relief.           
Doctor Reza Ghorbani, a Harvard-trained, board certified Interventional Pain Management Specialist, is currently the President and Medical Director of Advanced Pain Medicine Institute in the Greater Washington, DC area. A frequent lecturer on Pain Management and often quoted by the media, Ghorbani is a diplomat of the American Board of Interventional Pain Physicians (ABIPP), and the American Board of Anesthesiology (with subspecialty certification in Pain Medicine). He is also a Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice (FIPP), which certifies practitioners.  
With decades of experience in Interventional Pain Management and extensive post-graduate education, training and specialty certifications, Dr. Ghorbani is a recognized leader in the advanced treatment of acute and chronic pain. Dr. Ghorbani has devoted his entire career to helping patients overcome pain to enable a better quality of life.
Okay, you guys know I suffer from a lot of different issues and that I am in pain a lot and take pain medication. I have major problems with RA and Fibromyalgia but I also have a lot of stomach and intestine pain. I just wanted to refresh your memory before I talk about what I thought of this book and some of the solutions.

If all you have is joint or muscle type pain, I think this book could help get you started in the right direction and that is what it is mostly for, I think. It's a good guide to read so that you know going into your illness or chronic pain issue what to expect from your doctor appointments and other avenues of helping with your pain issue.

Because of my complex issues and because I am further along than most people with pain issues, this book went over a lot of things I already knew. A good bit of the suggestions I have already tried and it didn't work or my pain is so far advanced that the only recourse for me was narcotic pain relief.

But, if you just have occasional pain or can get relief from some of these suggestions, go for it and be glad that you can control your pain with the herbal remedies and other holistic approaches that Dr. Ghorbani has described in the book. He also gives some recipes that will use some of the spices that are suppose to help with your pain. I do agree with using Tumeric and cook with it all the time. Some idea's have worked for me and some haven't.

Just keep in mind that everyone is different and your pain level might not be the same as mine. I would say try what Dr. Ghorbani has suggested because you might be one of the lucky ones and they might actually help you. I do have some friends who take a lot of vitamins and herbs and they have gotten some benefits from it. This book is a good start in trying to find out what works for you and what to do in the beginning of your pain management.

Trying to solve your pain will be a long process and I would not rule anything out. It's definitely worth looking into and giving it a shot before you go the route of having to take narcotic pain medication. Who knows, you might be able to get by with holistic and herbal remedies. So, in conclusion, that old saying is: "You won't know until you try it, whether it works or not", is a valid quote and I believe in it wholeheartedly.

The author would love to give one winner an autographed copy of the book, Secrets To a Pain Free Life written by Dr. Ghorbani. Open in the U.S. only. Good Luck Everyone!
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


Stephen Alexander said...

I do and I know others who do suffer from pain.

Maryann D. said...

I also suffer from Fibromyalgia and herniated disks and my sisters do also.
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