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A Question of Ethics
Recently, after I had finished teaching a class on ethics, I  read a blog post on the AAAOM
website regarding "gainful employment." The published information made me reflect on what I had just discussed with the students — the acupuncturists' ethical responsibility to the patient, the profession and the public.
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Explain Pain Poster Collection

Educational Tool
The Explain Pain Poster Collection is an educational tool used in conjunction with the Explain Pain book by David Butler, PT. As a combination, these materials are ideal for everyday clinical use and will help pain sufferers make informed choices on their road to recovery.

The four titles included in the poster collection are Take Control, Pacing Activity, Thought Viruses, and Road to Recovery.


The Journey to Recovery
The posters can be used at home, in a pain peer group setting, or as an everyday educational tool hanging in the waiting room of a clinic.

As you use the book Explain Pain in your clinic, or at home, you will find that some images and concepts stand out as particularly useful in the recovery journey. This poster set is designed to help you and your patients take that journey.


Must-Have Addition
David ButlerÕs book Explain Pain describes the complexities of the central nervous system to chronic pain patients with simple and fun text and illustrations.

The Explain Pain Poster Collection goes one step further in helping patients understand their pain, and to inform them of what it will take to recover. Staying consistent with the book, these posters are simple to understand and include fun illustrations.

Explain Pain Poster Collection:
Take Control, Pacing Activity, Thought Viruses, and Road to Recovery.

 

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