Pain Coping Skills Follow-up Group
(only open to patients that have completed the 9 week coping skills groups)
- November 7, 2019, 1:00PM-2:30PM, B-3 Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
- December 5, 2019, 1:00PM-2:30PM, B-3 Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
- January 2, 2020, 1:00PM-2:30PM, - Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
- March 5, 2020, 1:00PM-2:30PM, - Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
- April 2, 2020, 1:00PM-2:30PM, - Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
- May 7, 2020, 1:00PM-2:30PM, - Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
- June 4, 2020, 1:00PM-2:30PM, - Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
- July 2, 2020, 1:00PM-2:30PM, - Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
- August 9, 2020, 1:00PM-2:30PM, - Pavilion B 3rd Floor Conference room
Pain Science Education Lecture Series
All sessions will be in conference room B-2, located in Pavilion B, 2nd floor:
|Albert Kwon, MD||10/7/19||Pain in the brain - anatomy of the mind-body connection in chronic pain|
|Mohammad Rasouli, MD||11/4/19||Nutrition and Pain|
|Tiffany Mathias, MD||12/2/19||Antidepressants and Pain|
|Ales Sable-Smith, MD||1/6/20||Biopsychosocial Model|
|Anahita Kalianivala, PhD||2/3/20||Purpose-filled life: Spiritual Considerations in the Management of Pain|
|Kaitlin Kyna Touza, PhD||3/2/20||Gate Control Theory|
|Nick Gregory, PhD||4/6/20||Pain and Emotions|
|Kwo Wei David Ho, MD||5/4/20||Mindfulness and Pain|
|David Nwokeabia, MD||6/1/20||CNS and Pain|
|Jade Rijsketic, Ph.D.||7/6/20||Sleep and Pain|
|Jeanette Chong, PhD||8/3/20||Acupuncture, Tai Chi, and other Traditional Chinese Medicine approaches|
American Chronic Pain Association Support Group
All Sessions will be in Conference Room B-3, located in Pavilion B, 3rd Floor from 12:30 pm - 3:00pm
- Oct 17, 2019
- Nov 21, 2019
- Dec 19, 2019
- Jan 16, 2020
- Feb 20, 2020
- Mar 19, 2020
- Apr 16, 2020
- May 21, 2020
- Jun 18, 2020
- Jul 16, 2020
- Aug 20, 2020
- Sep 17, 2020
- Oct 15, 2020
- Nov 19, 2020
- Dec 17, 2020
- Jan 21, 2021
- Feb 18, 2021
- Mar 18, 2021
- Apr 15, 2021
- May 20, 2021
- Jun 17, 2021
- Jul 15, 2021
- Aug 19, 2021
- Sep 16, 2021
- Oct 21, 2021
- Nov 18, 2021
Back Pain: Exercise Plans to Improve Your Life
There is no reason why low back pain should stop you living a full and active life. Exercise your way to health will show you how to include a simple fitness programme into your life, whilst considering the specific challenges you face with acute and chronic back pain.
Hypnosis for Chronic Pain Management / Workbook
Used in combination with the program described in the corresponding therapist guide, this workbook teaches you self-hypnosis skills for lessening your pain, enhancing your sleep, and improving your mood.
Less Pain, Fewer Pills: Avoid the Dangers of Prescription Opioids and Gain Control Over Chronic Pain
Chronic pain is a common medical problem shared by roughly 100 million Americans-close to one third of the U.S. population. In the past few decades there has been an alarming trend of using prescription opioids to treat chronic pain. But these opioids-the main prescribed analgesic-come with hidden costs, and this book reveals the ramifications of their use and provides a low or no-risk alternative.
The Chronic Pain Managment Sourcebook
With information on meditation, exercise, visualization, and more, this sourcebook shows the chronic pain sufferer how to take charge of the healing process.
Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers
Combining cutting-edge research with a healthy dose of good humor and practical advice, Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers explains how prolonged stress causes or intensifies a range of physical and mental afflictions, including depression, ulcers, colitis, heart disease, and more. It also provides essential guidance to controlling our stress responses.
The Opioid-Free Pain Relief Kit: 10 Simple Steps to Ease Your Pain
About 100 million Americans—one in three people—have ongoing pain. It can be mild or very strong, come in waves or always be present, be simply annoying or make your normal life hard to live. Pain is the most common reason people visit their doctor. Many people mistakenly believe that chronic pain is best treated simply by taking powerful painkillers, also known as opioids. But people who think pills are the only answer are mistaken, because the best treatment for chronic pain includes much more than pills. In fact, the most important part of pain treatment isn’t your medication or even your doctor: it’s YOU. This book gives you the right road map and skills to help you reduce your own pain, so you need less medication. It is a formula for success—your own personal pain relief kit.
From the Web
- Pain Management Center at Stanford (Stanford Hospital and Clinics)
American Headache Society
American Pain Society
International Association for the Study of Pain
Move Forward (American Physical Therapy Association)
Pain (National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine)
Pain Management Tools (American Chronic Pain Association)
Books -- Print Collection
Here are a few titles available from the Stanford Health Library main branch in Hoover Pavilion. If you find something of interest, call them at (650) 725-8400 and they will put it aside for you to pick up during library hours.
How to be Sick: A Buddhist-inspired Guide for the Chronically Ill and Their Caregivers
Authentic and graceful, How to be Sick reminds us of our endless inner freedom, even under high degrees of suffering and pain.
The Mindfulness Solution to Pain: Step-by-Step Techniques for Chronic Pain Management
Pain specialist and mindfulness based stress reduction (MBSR) teacher Jackie Gardner-Nix offers techniques proven to reduce chronic pain and suffering, using mindfulness meditation exercises based on the pioneering work of Jon Kabat-Zinn.
Full Catastrophe Living: Using the Wisdom of your Body and Mind to Face Stress, Pain, and Illness
Now, based on Dr. Jon Kabat-Zinn's renowned mindfulness-based stress reduction program, this groundbreaking book shows you how to use natural, medically proven methods to soothe and heal your body, mind, and spirit.
End Back & Neck Pain
Offers the latest research in preventing and treating back pain including posture improvements, stretching exercises, and surgical and non-surgical treatment options.
Yoga for Pain Relief : Simple Practices to Calm Your Mind & Heal Your Chronic Pain
Written by a yoga instructor and former chronic pain sufferer, Yoga for Pain Relief is packed with gentle postures and practical strategies for ending pain. This complete mind-body tool kit for healing also includes deep relaxation practices drawn from the yogic tradition and psychological techniques for helping you make peace with your body and dissolve pain.
Managing Pain Before it Manages You
This book offers a program to help you reduce your pain and learn coping skills to get your life back. This hands-on guide provides detailed information plus step-by-step techniques and activities to help you.
Integrative Pain Medicine: The Science and Practice of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Pain Management
Tells about the basic science underlying the mechanism of action of the various CAM therapies used for pain. This text summarizes the clinical evidence for safety and efficacy and provides practical guidelines about how such treatments can be successfully and safely integrated into a pain practice.
Break through Pain: A Step-by-Step Mindfulness Meditation Program for Transforming Chronic and Acute Pain
Break Through Pain adapts the core principles of mindfulness training to a practical process that can treat even extreme, chronic pain effectively, possibly reducing the need for drugs or surgery. Step-by-step techniques taught in plain language show how to overcome internal resistance-the key to transforming physical pain into a flow of pure energy.