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A recovering CRPS patient currently in remission, Elena Juris has developed patient and professional health education programs and materials for organizations, government agencies, and companies such as the American Cancer Society, American Association of Poison Control Centers, and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Deputy Director of the National Institutes of Health Training Center, she lives in Washington, D.C. Dr. Edward Carden lives in Marina Del Ray, CA. Cynthia Toussaint lives in Studio City, CA.
"Ms. Juris has written a wonderful, readable, hope-filled book for individuals and families struggling with a too often intractable foe." -- Jim Broatch, MSW, Executive Director, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association of America "Finally -- an inspirational, positive voice that speaks to us calmly, confidentially, wisely and equally comforting." -- Helen Small, President, PARC, Promoting Awareness of RSD/CRPS in Canada "Elena does a wonderful job demonstrating how multiple complementary therapies play a critical role in the individualized rehabilitation of RSD." -- Stephanie Gilliam, MPT, Physical Therapist, Arlington, VA "An outstanding gift of Elena's expertise is her expansive resource list of available help for this condition. A significant contribution." -- Marshall S. Frumin, MD, Orthopedic Surgeon, Houston, TX "I recommend this book with enthusiasm to people struggling with RSD, and to those who are involved in their care." -- Dr. Amanda C de C Williams, Reader in Clinical Health Psychology and Consultant Clinical Psychologist, University of London, UK "Elena bravely explores the mind-body connection and passionately articulates treating the whole person, detailing every option along the way." -- Cynthia Toussaint, Founder and Spokesperson, For Grace "An insightful and inspiring account for RSD sufferers and the health care community." -- Melissa Blank, MPT, Physical Therapist, Baltimore, MD "Provides lifesaving wisdom and is not afraid to examine the brutal difficulties of constant pain and lost independence." -- Sosha Devi, Yoga for Chronic Pain Project; American Pain Foundation, Baltimore, MD "This highly practical and action-oriented book is the most comprehensive storehouse of pain-relief I've seen around." -- Phyliss Shanken, MA, Psychologist, INTROSPECT of Buxmont, Colmar, PA "This inspiring and incredibly informative book provides dozens of proven ways to regain control of your health." -- David Spero, RN, Author of The Art of Getting Well: A Five-Step Plan for Maximizing Health When You Have a Chronic Illness