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rewire your pain copy

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Rewire Your Pain: an evidence-based approach to reducing chronic pain

Written by Perth doctors Dr Stephanie Davies and Dr Nicholas Cooke with help from Julia Sutton. This book is about rewiring your pain and winning back your life. "To all those people in pain – we believe you"

The book has three segments: "Rewiring Pain", "Habits" and "Tips", and "The evidence". Its recommendations may look simple, but the effects can be profound. People in pain can transform their lives by learning techniques that give them a greater sense of control.



The Explain Pain Handbook Protectometer copy The Explain Pain Handbook: Protectometer


The Explain Pain Handbook: Protectometer represents the next step in the Explain Pain Revolution. Ten years in the making, the Handbook represents the most up to date thinking, and many hours of espresso fuelled debate, from Moseley and Butler. The Handbook distils the latest in neuroimmune pain science into an easily accessible book for patients and introduces the 'Protectometer' - a ground breaking pain treatment tool.

manage your pain copy

Manage Your Pain (3rd edition)

is an Australian bestseller and self-management book developed by Professor Michael Nicholas along with a multidisciplinary team of pain specialists.

the pain book

The Pain Book Finding hope when it hurts

Siddall P, McCabe R, Murray R 2013 - Offers a step-by-step multidisciplinary approach to pain management, to help people live happier, more purposeful lives. For more information about the book, click here.


the spinal cord injury

The Spinal Cord Injury Pain Book

is unique in providing the latest information on how pain works as well as addressing the specific pain challenges for people with spinal cord injury.

a changed and uplifted life

A Changed And Uplifted Life

is the story of Caroline Cochrane and her journey through life and song. A story about the value of friendship, community and hope, Caroline's moving journey will inspire you to live, laugh and, most importantly, to sing!

The price for the book (including GST) is $22.00 and 100% of the proceeds will be split between The Choir Of High Hopes Hobart. The Australian Tinnitus Association and Colony 47's homelessness programs

explain pain

Explain Pain 

Demystifies the process of understanding and managing pain. It brings the body to life in a way that makes an interesting read for therapists and pain sufferers alike.





Tweens and Migraine 

Getting a migraine for the first time can be very unsettling, even scary.  And They can be really frustrating because they can stop you from doing what you want to do - like hanging out with your friends.  But migraines always go away after a while.

Kids and Migraines - Help for family and friends

Perhaps it's your friend who gets migraines. Perhaps it's your brother or sister.  In this book you can learn about migraine, so you know what happens to your friend




teens and migraine


Teens and Migraine

Sometimes your migraines might make you feel different from your firends.  If you have to leave the class because of your headaches, or can't meet your friends when you had arranged to, tell them why.  With a bit of explaining, your friends can understand your headaches better, and you'll feel better too.



worst pain in the world

'The Worst Pain in the World' by Nicky Johnston is a beautifully illustrated children's book offering practical advice for children living with pain, not just those with arthritis. It also gives children who do not live with pain an understanding of what their friends or family are going through.

          painful yarns Painful Yarns, written by Dr. Lorimer Moseley, is a compilation of hilarious stories and images intended to help explain the complexity of pain. These stories, while entertaining, are used as metaphors to explain key aspects of the biology of pain.

'Painful Yarns' is a perfect pre-read for 'Explain Pain'.

          pain management  Pain Management is a unique book written by a patient — herself a chronic pain sufferer for over four decades — for patients. Renée Goossens recounts her battles with pain and her inspirational success in surviving pain.


Leading Australian gynaecologist and obstetrician, Dr Susan Evans has released Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain, a new and revised edition (first published in 2005). Produced in collaboration with Deborah Bush QSM, the paperback contains a wealth of information as well as stories from women who suffer pelvic pain.


          pelvic pain Pelvic Pain is a 20-page free e-book - With a question-and-answer format, written byDr Susan Evans and based on the book Endometriosis and Pelvic Pain.
         the brain that changes itself The Brain that Changes Itself Norman Doidge 2010 - Stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science (Revised ED.)

         bounce back

The Back Pain Personal Health Plan: Bounce Back Edition - An accessible and straight-forward guide to managing everyday neck and back pain by authors Trish Wisbey-Roth and Nick Sinfield



        be the boss of your pain

Be the Boss of your Pain Culbert T & Kajander R 2007

Be the Boss of Your Pain speaks to kids ages 8 and up with this message: Your body, mind, and spirit— working together—have amazing abilities to help you control how your body feels, even when you have pain.

         chronic pain for dummies

Chronic Pain for Dummies Stuart S. Kassan, Charles J. Vierck Jr., Elizabeth Vierck 2008

Do you suffer from chronic pain? This reassuring, practical guide helps you understand what causes pain and how to manage it with the newest pain-relieving techniques. You'll see how to track your pain triggers, weigh the benefits and risks of pain-reducing medications, improve your pain levels with diet and exercise, and determine whether surgery is right for you.

         catherine morgan

GrrrOUCH! Pain is like a grouchy bear Cathy Morgan 2011 As a child, dealing with ongoing pain issues can become a lonely, scary experience. GrrrOUCH! Pain is like a grouchy bear is a non-fiction picture book suitable for children ages 6 to 10 about coping with pain.




Imagine a Rainbow: a child's guide for soothing pain Miles B 2006. When a child is in pain, imagining scenes that are soothing or uplifting may help reduce the discomfort. Imagine a Rainbow is a beautiful tool for introducing children to the idea of using their imaginations to cope with pain, whether by itself or as part of a more comprehensive pain management plan.

        living well Living with Pain and Illness Burch V 2008 In Living Well with Pain and Illness, Vidyamala Burch presents a work that is at once an inspirational memoir and practical guidebook for using mindfulness to reframe your relationship with physical and emotional suffering.
pain recovery for families Pain Recovery for Families How to find balance when someone else's pain becomes you pain too. Pohl M et al 2010. An interactive guide to help family members of someone with chronic pain and problematic use of addictive substances. It explores the challenges of living with chronic pain and addiction in the family and offers ways to restore physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance.

         the pain toolkit

The Pain Toolkit Pete Moore & Dr Frances Cole The Pain Toolkit is a simple information booklet that could provide you with some handy tips and skills to support you along the way to manage your pain. Access the latest Pain Toolkit here


         the feel good body  The Feel Good Body- A.L. & Fleming J. 2010 This simple seven-step program will show you how to sit, stand, walk and breathe correctly, how to release tension that builds in your body and mind, and how to stay active and healthy at any age. Incorporating the latest research, THE FEEL GOOD BODY is the must-have book to help you feel good - and look good too!
        the divided mind The Divided Mind Sarno JE 2006. The interaction between the generally reasonable, rational, ethical, moral conscious mind and the repressed feelings of emotional pain, hurt, sadness, and anger characteristic of the unconscious mind appears to be the basis for mindbody disorders. The Divided Mind traces the history of psychosomatic medicine, including Freud's crucial role, and describes the psychology responsible for the broad range of psychosomatic illness.




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