Enroll in a Private Session with Dr. Brian Alman Stress Management, Mind/Body Wellness & Resilience Expert
Pain Control is within reach. Your mind is the most powerful pharmacy in the world. The biggest mistake a person can make is underestimating the power of their mind.
- Acute pain — immediate signal of tissue damage — requires immediate attention from an MD, emergency room and ask your family and friends to help you right away.
- Chronic pain — ongoing and after being medically evaluated — the focus is on pain control, comfort, being active, being flexible and getting your lifestyle going better.
Unfortunately, being in pain can become a full-time focus. I know because I had chronic pain for 20 years and 95% of the time. It took me 4 years to learn everything I could from the brightest MD’s, PhD's and pain experts to learn everything I could and now I’m free of pain 95% of the time.
I will teach you everything I’ve learned — not surprisingly, the best pain experts that I learned from also had chronic pain as their teacher. So, it’s not just professional training that we learn from — it’s also our personal journeys, complications and challenges with pain ourselves. The greatest techniques are a combination that very few people ever learn professionally or personally. I will share everything with you — one on one training — phone or in-person, with my online courses and in my books.
I have so many techniques for pain control — that I’ve taught in pain clinics all around the world and they continue to use them and teach others all the time — that it is impossible that you won’t find one or more to help you immediately and long-term.
According to the Centers For Disease Control and the National Institute of Health, 4 out of 5 visits to medical doctors in the United States are stress related. People go to the doctor because they’re experiencing physical signals like headaches, stomach aches, back aches and sleep problems that are actually the results of poorly managed stress. Then an MD will typically recommend lots of tests and medication that doesn’t treat the underlying issues.