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Dr. John E Sarno 20/20 Segment 1999

Dr. Sarno's most notable (and controversial) achievement is the development, diagnosis and treatment of TMS, which is not accepted by mainstream medicine. According to Sarno, TMS is a psychosomatic illness causing chronic back, neck, and limb pain which is not relieved by standard medical treatments. He includes other ailments, such as gastrointestinal problems, dermatological disorders and repetitive-strain injuries as TMS related. Sarno states that he has successfully treated over ten thousand patients at the Rusk Institute by educating them on his beliefs of a psychological and emotional basis to their pain and symptoms. Sarno's theory is, in part, that the pain or GI symptoms are an unconscious "distraction" to aid in the repression of deep unconscious emotional issues. Sarno believes that when patients think about what may be upsetting them in their unconscious they can defeat their minds strategy to repress these powerful emotions in this manner, the symptoms are seen for what they are and the symptoms then serve no purpose, and they go away.

***LINKS***


Dr. Sarnos Website-
http://www.med.nyu.edu/biosketch/sarn...

***BOOKS***

Healing Back Pain (1991)-
http://www.amazon.com/Healing-Back-Pa......

The Mindbody Prescription (1998)-
http://www.amazon.com/Mindbody-Prescr......

The Divided Mind (2006)-
http://www.amazon.com/Divided-Mind-Ep......



Other Authors On TMS -

The Great Pain Deception - by Steven Ray Ozanich -

http://www.amazon.com/Great-Pain-Dece...

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