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About Me

During my senior year of college, I started having abdominal pain and digestive issues. This gradually got worse and worse until I was completely debilitated and housebound with pain in 2021. I then went on to develop TMJ, headaches, Fibromyalgia, and pelvic pain. There were times I had nearly given up hope and resigned to live a life in pain.

Ultimately, I stumbled upon the work of Dr. John Sarno, Alan Gordon, the PPDA, and others and started to slowly accept the idea that my pain was neuroplastic. It was a journey but once I got there I saw dramatic improvements in my pain, anxiety, and quality of life.

I now can eat anything I want, I travel without fear, and I only go to the doctor for my regular check-ups. The transformation has truly been incredible. But the more I learned about the science behind neuroplastic pain, the more I saw how I (and society as a whole) had underestimated the power of the mind-body connection to create real pain and other symptoms.

I always thought that if I could be cured of my pain, I would have to share it with others. So after getting my life back, I felt a calling to help other people find the way out of chronic pain. I wish I would have known what I know now 10 years ago and I could have saved myself a lot of time suffering. I hope that I can save you some time. 

I am certified in Pain Reprocessing Therapy by the Pain Reprocessing Therapy Center and am listed in their directory of pain coaches. I am a also a Certified Professional Life Coach and hold a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh.


I have also been a chronic pain sufferer myself for the better part of a decade and have experienced firsthand many of the pitfalls of recovery. I've also spent a lot of time delving into the research of chronic pain, initially to cure my own pain, but now to share with other to help them cure their pain too.

My story of how I healed from chronic pain

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