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by Maud Nerman

In Healing Pain and Injury, osteopathic physician Dr. Maud Nerman provides a revolutionary approach to understanding and treating pain and injury. Rejecting the view that the patient is a collection of symptoms to be dissected, she illustrates how problems in one area or system of the body can reverberate in a distant system or structure.

Bay Tree Publishing - Cargiving, Lives Derailed, Eli Cannon

by Eli Cannon

An intimate and personal story, Caregiving: Lives Derailed, recounts the experience of an American couple on the verge of retirement who choose to open their lives as host-parents to a Third World student. When the student is diagnosed with cancer, they bring her into their home for extended caregiving. While the story reaches a happy conclusion, the normal and understandable emotions expressed and the confident and supportive words exchanged, unexpectedly and repeatedly threaten to destroy their well-intentioned caregiving enterprise.

By Joel Harvey Schreck
Chinese herbal medicines are increasingly popular as alternative medical therapies and are widely available. This book provides an A-to-Z list of herbal remedies by ailment and the properties of each herb.

Colorectal Cancer Survival Guide

by Robert Sieben, MD
Foreword by Eli Glatstein, MD
Both a medical doctor and survivor of colorectal cancer, Robert Sieben shares his personal experience and insights on how to manage the complications and challenges of this socially devastating disease.

by Neil A. Fiore, Ph.D.
Foreword by Harold H. Benjamin, Ph.D.
Psychologist and cancer survivor Neil Fiore gives tools for managing the shock of a cancer diagnosis, including combating depression, preparing for treatment, and living a rich, full life despite the fear of possible recurrence.

Bay Tree Publishing, Psychiatrist on the Road, Encounters in Healing and Healthcare

by Lawrence H. Climo, M.D.
Laid off at age 65 by the mental health clinic where he served as a senior clinical psychiatrist, Lawrence Climo, M.D., decided he wasn’t ready to retire. He set out on the road, literally and figuratively, taking temporary assignments at medical facilities around the country. His encounters led him to profound insights about patient care, the medical system, and himself.