(PRWEB) March 5, 2005
Pain is recognized as a major US public health problem. Chronic pain disables more people than cancer or heart disease. Various studies estimate that chronic pain affects as many as 86 million people. Statistics show one out of three people will experience chronic pain in their lifetime. Many who have been diagnosed with a life sentence of pain have committed suicide because they didn't know where to go for help. The collateral damage to patients and loved ones is devastating, but can be diminished.
From her firsthand perspective, Living Well with Chronic Pain is written in easy to read layman's terms. This book takes a no-nonsense approach that can be understood by chronic pain patients, families, friends and professionals alike. It is a practical guide describing positive lifestyle changes they can make to get control of the pain and advanced medical treatments that are available to help them get their life back. Reader feedback has been exciting because pain sufferers are getting the help they need and are writing to thank Jude for sharing this latest news they can use.
Watch for Jude Willhoff appearing with the League of Extraordinary Authors nationwide or come meet this author and fellow pain sufferer at Barnes and Noble, Southwest Plaza, 8136 West Bowles Avenue, Littleton CO 80123, 303-948-9565 on March 12, 2005, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Unable to make the bookstore signing, attend a virtual signing at her website, http://www.judewillhoff.com and receive a personalized copy.
The book is also available at Thornton Publishing, 303-794-8888, http://www.BooksToBelieveIn.com/JudeWillhoff.php,BarnesandNoble.com,Amazon.com and with ISBN number 1-932344-84-5 at any bookstore near you.
Jude Willhoff -- Author/Speaker
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