Our bodies are designed for movement. Keeping them inactive only makes pain worse, so let’s get down to the business of moving. This part of the website includes exercises that universally benefit chronic pain sufferers. I have been offering my own rehabilitation and exercise programs to patients since 2001, so I have the benefit of tapping into years of studying and monitoring what works best.
Opioids: The Karl Marx of the People Imagine you open the newspaper and read an article that says the blood pressure medicine you’re taking will not only stop working over time but will eventually make your blood pressure increase. This would undoubtedly scare you enough to call your doctor immediately to discuss other ways, medicinal or nonmedicinal, to manage your hypertension.
Back in the 1980s, Michael Douglas brought to the big screen a vivid presentation of the intense, cutthroat competition seen in corporate Wall Street. Through his “Gordon Gekko” character, he made it clear that “greed is good” and showed what can happen when the stakes are sky high and the pressure to win unrelenting.
Eastern Moves for the Western Soul
Back pain is the most common musculoskeletal complaint experienced by both amateur and professional golfers. In a study I conducted on professional golfers published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine in 2004, one third of the professional golfers had experienced significant back pain that limited their golf performance. The study also showed that loss of motion in the hip led to greater risk for back pain.


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“This book is a powerful tool for patients who don’t understand why the pain management system needs changes....Dr. Abaci lays out the compelling reasons for this and backs [them] up with [his] personal experiences as a pain-management provider and as someone who has faced living with chronic pain himself.”

— Barby Ingle, president, Power of Pain Foundation

"Conquer Your Chronic Pain is a must-read for anyone living with pain. Following Dr. Abaci’s simple steps, you will learn important tools to not only manage (and heal) pain, but also reclaim happiness, purpose and overall wellness in life.”

— Paul Gileno, founder & president, U.S. Pain Foundation


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Wednesday, 9/21 - 5 p.m.

Join the author, Dr. Peter Abaci in Los Gatos, CA for a Q&A session. We will be discussing this book as well as pain-awareness month. 

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