This insightful and informative book examines the comprehensive management of chronic pain, incorporating biomedical, surgical, psychological, social, and spiritual perspectives. It provides essential information about how to reduce physical pain and explores techniques for improving people's ability to cope with it. The author, who suffers from chronic pain and disability himself, explores ways to cope with low back pain, fibromyalgia, rheumatologic pain, headaches, the pain of multiple sclerosis, and more. Helpful tables provide easy access to information on medications for pain and managing side effects. Chronic Pain: Biomedical and Spiritual Approaches can help people in pain and their families by showing them how to lead satisfying, joy-filled lives—whether their pain goes away or not. It is an essential reference book for everyone who works with pain sufferers as well as patients and their families. The Journal of Christian Nursing calls this book "COMPREHENSIVE, covering, biomedical, surgical, social, and spiritual approaches to pain management. . . . This book PROVIDES INFORMATION, COMFORT, AND HOPE for those who suffer with chronic pain."Koenig, Harold G. is the author of 'Chronic Pain Biomedical and Spiritual Approaches' with ISBN 9780789016386 and ISBN 0789016389.