Resources for Chronic Pain

resources for chronic pain

Heal Your Chronic Pain

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What is Chronic Pain?

  • Any pain that lasts for 2 months, 
  • Pain of any kind, in any part of the body, and from any cause.
  • Chronic pain affects around 20% of the population and causes significant disability and decrease in quality of life.
  • Despite being so common, current treatments are ineffective.
  • Because chronic pain is an invisible disability, patients’ experiences are often doubted. They’re told to learn to live with their pain—not what anyone wants to hear. I know from 35 years of experience and from the science that chronic pain is very real.
  • Chronic pain doesn’t respond to treatments that are effective for acute pain because chronic pain has a different biology. Chronic pain is generated by the brain, not the body.
  • Luckily, there is hope. You can learn to rewire the brain and decrease chronic pain, often substantially.

Online Courses

Self-Study Course:
Healing Through Neuroplasticity

Learn to reduce or eliminate pain and other symptoms by rewiring your brain. Neuroplasticity works!

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Live Online Mentorship:
Neuroplasticity In Action

Learn to individualize and optimize your neuroplasticity practice with the connection, validation and support of a mentor and group.

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Membership to Live Sessions
Live! with Dr. Stein

Evidence-based presentations and Q&A with Dr. Stein. Credible, science-based and cutting edge information about how to live longer and healthier. 

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Self-Study Course:
Pathway 3:  Sleep

Better sleep means less pain and more comfort. Wake more refreshed and have more energy to enjoy life by learning proven self-management strategies for more effective sleep. 

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Webinars (recordings)

Know Pain

Debbie Patterson, a registered physiotherapist and teacher, explains key concepts of pain science, emphasizing neuroplasticity and providing guidance on how to rewire your brain to produce less pain.

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Deep Pacing

Dr. Stein explains DEEP pacing—providing strategies for attending holistically to the mind and body which will help to stabilize your energy, make your life and health more predictable and give you more control. 

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More Light

Building upon Let Your Let Shine Through, this book contains up-to-date, science-based information, clinical approaches, and affordable interventions that you can do on your own. Currently, only individual chapters are available at affordable prices. Choose the subjects tailored specifically to your health needs. Current topics are: Self-management, Diagnosis, Biology of Change, Sleep and Energy and Activity.

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Recommended Free Videos 

How to Use Neuroplasticity
to Heal Chronic Pain

Dr. Stein shares some of the keys to using neuroplasticity to decrease chronic pain and other associated symptoms. The recording includes over 30 minutes of Q&A with some great questions asked.



Neuroplasticity of the Brain Meetup

In this presentation, Dr. Stein gave a detailed summary of what neuroplasticity is, how it causes pain, how we can leverage it to heal from persistent pain, and the neuroplasticity boosters which allow practice to be more effective. The presentation is 45 minutes followed by a very engaged Q&A session with the attendees.
If you are interested in the Meetup group, you can see details and signup here. 


Interview with the Bill Nelems Pain and Research Centre

In this webinar, Dr. Stein discusses some of the latest research on the new category of nociplastic pain of which Fibromyalgia is the poster child. The type of persistent, widespread pain-associated symptoms found in FM is caused by a brain process called sensitization. This is good news because we can learn to return the brain to normal processing by the consistent application of simple neuroplasticity-based tools. This neuroscience is the basis of Dr. Stein's new online course Healing through Neuroplasticity.

What Can Help Heal Your Pain? An interview with Simon Pimenta

Simon lives in the UK and had ME/CFS and fibromyalgia for 8 years. In this video Simon talks to Dr. Stein on the topic of healing pain using Neuroplasticity and other approaches.  Simon runs a free Facebook group called ME/CFS EXPLORED.

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Helpful Blogs

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Educational Videos

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Dr. Stein’s free videos

Audio for Relaxation

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audio files for reducing stress

Publications and Presentations

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years of research, writing, and presentations.


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