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The tapping solution for pain relief: a step-by-step guide to reducing and eliminating chronic pain

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"Over 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. Lower back pain alone accounts for more than $50 billion of lost work time and worker's compensation claims annually. And let's consider the fact that there are 600,000 knee replacement surgeries performed each year in the United States, and sadly, 20 percent of those patients end up with chronic pain after surgery. The normal "solutions" we've been taught involve seeking out more doctors, surgeries, injections, and medications, all of which have a place in healing. But when it comes to chronic pain, conventional medicine isn't getting the job done. So what can we do? In The Tapping Solution for Pain Relief, which builds on the information contained in the New York Times bestseller The Tapping Solution, Nick Ortner presents a startling alternative. He lays out a step-by-step plan that teaches people how to use tapping, or EFT (emotional freedom techniques), to reduce or eliminate chronic pain. Looking at the scientific research surrounding pain, stress, and tapping, he opens readers eyes to just how powerful tapping can be, and then outlines tips and techniques to address pain in both the short and long term. Nick guides readers on a journey that begins on the surface -- tapping to address the pain itself and moves to the deeper issues that often affect pain. With easy-to-follow tapping scripts and exercises to guide readers into their pasts, Nick helps them heal the emotional pain and underlying beliefs that often keep people stuck. He also addresses topics that many people don't know are associated with chronic pain, such as: Releasing the past, Creating personal boundaries, Dealing with toxic relationships, Clearing resistance to change, Understanding the power of a diagnosis, Working through anger. There are many different ways the brain and body can create, increase, and prolong pain. In these pages, Nick helps readers understand what is causing their pain and provides them with the tools to achieve complete and lasting pain relief. But it's about more than just pain relief; it's about empowering readers to take back their bodies, so they can live the life they most desire." --
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subject_facetChronic pain -- Treatment
Emotional Freedom Techniques
Mind and body therapies
Pain -- Treatment
title_displayThe tapping solution for pain relief : a step-by-step guide to reducing and eliminating chronic pain
title_fullThe Tapping Solution for Pain Relief A Step-by-Step Guide to Reducing and Eliminating Chronic Pain
The tapping solution for pain relief : a step-by-step guide to reducing and eliminating chronic pain / Nick Ortner
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Emotional Freedom Techniques
Health & Fitness
Mind and body therapies
New Age
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Pain
Treatment