Do you wish for realistic, holistic tools, which will minimize your pain and make you confident in your body?
you struggled to meet life’s demands because managing chronic pain takes so much time and effort, leaving you exhausted?
Based on the author’s experiences, Kick Pain in the Kitchen: Holistic Pain Relief You Can Eat offers you a holistic approach to pain relief that can be integrated with many treatment plans. It’s full of straightforward, every day steps that you can start using right away.
Your path to health and pain relief starts in your kitchen and supermarket cart! Learn why healthy, whole foods and other pain relieving changes can help. Plus, get a practical game plan structured through the meals of the day.
Kick Pain in the Kitchen is part informational, part inspirational, and part practical. You’ll finish the book with plenty of options and a new focus on healthy habits to relieve your pain naturally.
I will definitely recommend Kick Pain in the Kitchen to my patients: Those who are looking to avoid pharmaceutical treatment and those who want to combine western medicine with alternative therapies.
Jane A. Swartz
ARNP, MSN, Rheumatology Nurse Practitioner
Barbara Searles, LMT, BCTMB, HHC, AADP is a board-certified massage therapist. In her 19-year-long massage and wellness practice, Bodyworks Integrative Health, LLC, she focused on helping people living with chronic pain. In 2022, Barbara began working for Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health in their Holistic Therapies department. Her strategies have been featured in Health Monitor, Natural Awakenings, and Blog Talk Radio. When she’s not at work with her clients, you’ll find her relaxing with her family.