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Chronic Pain Should Not Define Your Life.

With our programs, you have the power to take control and create the life you want. By implementing the strategies and techniques learned through our programs, you can reduce pain, increase mobility, and improve your overall well-being. Don’t let chronic pain hold you back any longer. It’s time to break free and embrace a pain-free future.

"It's more important to understand the imbalances in your body's basic systems and restore balance, rather than name the disease and match the pill to the ill."


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Options For You

Self-Directed Courses

For those ready to transform their relationship to pain and create the life of their dreams.

The Well

Get the community support you need to begin to transform your relationship to pain.


What's Included:

Community support
Ask and get answers to your questions
Self-directed on-demand restorative practices
Monthly group Restorative Happy Hour

Posture and Alignment Assessment

Improve Your Posture, Transform Your Life...


What's Included:

Learn the benefits of good posture and alignment, and how it can positively impact all aspects of your life...

Includes: 30-minute session with Pam to explore strategies to improve your posture.
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For those who prefer a more hands-on approach with support, we offer Group and 1-on-1 programs. 

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Things You Should Know

Frequently Asked Questions

The best way to manage pain is to develop a personalized treatment plan that includes a combination of strategies. This plan should be tailored to the individual patient’s needs and circumstances, and it should be regularly reviewed and adjusted as needed.

Pain management is difficult for a number of reasons, including:

  • The nature of pain. Pain is a complex experience that is influenced by physical, emotional, and psychological factors. It is difficult to measure and quantify pain, and what is considered to be “severe” pain can vary from person to person.
  • The complexity of the underlying condition. Pain can be caused by a wide variety of medical conditions, including injuries, diseases, and surgical procedures. The underlying condition can make it difficult to manage the pain, and the treatment for the underlying condition may also affect the pain.
  • The availability of effective treatments. There are a number of effective treatments for pain, but not all of them are available to everyone. Some treatments can be expensive, and others may have side effects that make them unsuitable for some people.
  • The patient’s individual circumstances. The patient’s age, health status, and lifestyle can all affect how they respond to pain management treatments. Some people may be more sensitive to pain than others, and some people may have difficulty taking medication or following through with treatment plans.
  • The healthcare provider’s beliefs and attitudes. Some healthcare providers may not be adequately trained in pain management. This can make it difficult for patients to get the pain relief they need.

Movement helps with pain management in a number of ways:

  • It improves circulation. When you move, your muscles contract and relax, which helps to improve blood flow to the affected area. This can help to reduce inflammation and pain.
  • It releases endorphins. Endorphins are natural painkillers that are produced by the body. When you move, your body releases endorphins, which can help to reduce pain and improve mood.
  • It strengthens muscles. Strong muscles can help to support joints and bones, which can help to reduce pain.
  • It improves range of motion. When you move, you are stretching and strengthening your muscles, which can help to improve range of motion. This can help to reduce pain and stiffness.
  • It reduces stress. Stress can make pain worse. When you move, you are releasing endorphins and distracting yourself from the pain, which can help to reduce stress.

It is important to start slowly and gradually increase the amount of movement you do. If you are new to exercise, talk to your doctor or a physical therapist before starting a new exercise program.

It is impossible to give one answer. Clients results depend on the starting point, the willingness to learn, and the ability to commit to finding a solution to pain management.

Most of the people I work with experience some pain relief in the first few sessions. However, these results are always temporary until the client begins to develop new habits and daily patterns to support the body’s natural healing abilities.

This is not for everyone.

The people who benefit from my programs are those who are committed to making a change and understand that managing pain is a journey of self-discovery.

Some people may be more likely to benefit from this type of program than others. These include:

  • People who are facing a transition or change. This could be a job change, a new relationship, or a major life event. I can help people to navigate these changes and make the most of them.
  • People who are feeling stuck or unfulfilled. If you feel like you’re not reaching your full potential, I can help you to identify your goals and develop a plan to achieve them.
  • People who want to improve their performance. Whether you’re looking to improve your skills at work or in your personal life, I can help you to set goals, develop strategies, and track your progress.
  • People who want to build confidence. If you lack confidence in yourself or your abilities, I can help you to identify your strengths and weaknesses, and develop a plan to overcome your challenges.

Ultimately, whether or not you benefit from my programs depends on your individual needs and goals.

If you are considering working with me, I encourage you to do your research and find someone who is a good fit for you. There are many different types of programs available, so it is important to find one who has the skills and experience to help you achieve your goals.

Here are some benefits of my programs:

  • Increased self-awareness:  You will become more aware of your strengths, weaknesses, and values. This can help you to make better decisions and achieve your goals.
  • Improved communication skills: You can improve your communication skills, both verbal and nonverbal. This can help you to build stronger relationships and be more effective in your work and personal life.
  • Greater motivation and self-confidence: You can to develop a stronger belief in yourself and your ability to achieve your goals. This can lead to greater motivation and self-confidence.
  • Improved problem-solving skills: Youcan to develop better problem-solving skills. This can help you to overcome challenges and achieve your goals.
  • Increased satisfaction with life: You can live a more fulfilling and satisfying life. This can be achieved by helping you to identify your goals, develop a plan to achieve them, and overcome challenges.
  • Be a partner in bringing out the best in you;
  • Provide safety, encouragement and support; an environment in which you can relax and explore;
  • Respect the confidentiality of the agreements we make;
  • Expand your view of what is possible and promote discovery of new insights;
  • Give you input, straight feedback and operate as a sounding board;
  • Listen carefully to what you say and ask questions that increase awareness;
  • Be an on-going resource for you in accomplishing your intentions.
Pamela J Thomas

Your Pain-Free Life

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