What is Pain Reprocessing Therapy?

About 1.5 billion people worldwide suffer from chronic pain, but many do not have to. Recent neuroscience breakthroughs show that most chronic pain results from the brain misinterpreting safe messages from the body as if they were dangerous. Research has found that the brain has the power to generate pain even in the absence of physical damage.

Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT) is a system of psychological techniques that retrains the brain to accurately interpret and respond to signals from the body, breaking the cycle of chronic pain. Although various treatments aim to manage pain, PRT stands apart as an evidence-based treatment to eliminate pain.

JAMA Psychiatry

A randomized controlled trial showed 98% patient improvement and 66% becoming pain-free or nearly pain-free at the end of Pain Reprocessing treatment. These outcomes were largely maintained one year later. Read the study!

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