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A comprehensive and structured educational program for understanding and coping with the Mind Body Syndrome.

Cost: $100.


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Worksheets online?
by Arnie Harchik - Monday, 22 January 2018, 2:34 AM
 

Hi.  

I own a print copy of 'Unlearn Your Pain.'  If possible I would prefer to type all my writing exercises rather than handwrite in the book.  Are there any worksheets online I could use?  Maybe text documents or spreadsheets?  Would buying the e-book version give me this option?  


Thanks so much.


-Arnie

 
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Leg Pain? Confidence needed
by Karen Zavora - Monday, 8 January 2018, 3:54 PM
 

HI there, 

I am a 37 year old mother of two and started having nerve pain in both legs after hurting my back seven months ago picking up my one year old.  I have tried all the stereotypical things of course.  I do have a L5/S1 herniation and loss of disc height.  I have been working TMS for the ...

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Intractable migraines
by charlene pasquale - Monday, 1 January 2018, 1:04 PM
 

I am a sixty-six year-old female who has had serious migraines since the age of twenty-one.  I have been in and out of therapy for all these years. My past experience has led to post traumatic stress syndrome, and my headache specialist has said working the Unlearn Your Pain program will help ...

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The Reign of Pain
by Tim Hutton - Wednesday, 29 November 2017, 5:12 PM
 

Last week I received an email which showed a short (25 min) video of a recent presented by Dr. Howard Schubiner at Michigan State University called “The Reign of Pain.” The video is spectacular!

Because acute TMS and its resolution has had so much impact on my life and therefore the life of my ...

Read the rest of this topic
(307 words)
 

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Picture of Arnie Harchik
Worksheets online?
by Arnie Harchik - Monday, 22 January 2018, 2:34 AM
 

Hi.  

I own a print copy of 'Unlearn Your Pain.'  If possible I would prefer to type all my writing exercises rather than handwrite in the book.  Are there any worksheets online I could use?  Maybe text documents or spreadsheets?  Would buying the e-book version give me this option?  


Thanks so much.


-Arnie

 
Picture of Karen Zavora
Leg Pain? Confidence needed
by Karen Zavora - Monday, 8 January 2018, 3:54 PM
 

HI there, 

I am a 37 year old mother of two and started having nerve pain in both legs after hurting my back seven months ago picking up my one year old.  I have tried all the stereotypical things of course.  I do have a L5/S1 herniation and loss of disc height.  I have been working TMS for the ...

Read the rest of this topic
(190 words)
 
Picture of charlene pasquale
Intractable migraines
by charlene pasquale - Monday, 1 January 2018, 1:04 PM
 

I am a sixty-six year-old female who has had serious migraines since the age of twenty-one.  I have been in and out of therapy for all these years. My past experience has led to post traumatic stress syndrome, and my headache specialist has said working the Unlearn Your Pain program will help ...

Read the rest of this topic
(318 words)
 
Picture of Tim Hutton
The Reign of Pain
by Tim Hutton - Wednesday, 29 November 2017, 5:12 PM
 

Last week I received an email which showed a short (25 min) video of a recent presented by Dr. Howard Schubiner at Michigan State University called “The Reign of Pain.” The video is spectacular!

Because acute TMS and its resolution has had so much impact on my life and therefore the life of my ...

Read the rest of this topic
(307 words)
 

Site news

Picture of Arnie Harchik
Worksheets online?
by Arnie Harchik - Monday, 22 January 2018, 2:34 AM
 

Hi.  

I own a print copy of 'Unlearn Your Pain.'  If possible I would prefer to type all my writing exercises rather than handwrite in the book.  Are there any worksheets online I could use?  Maybe text documents or spreadsheets?  Would buying the e-book version give me this option?  


Thanks so much.


-Arnie

 
Picture of Karen Zavora
Leg Pain? Confidence needed
by Karen Zavora - Monday, 8 January 2018, 3:54 PM
 

HI there, 

I am a 37 year old mother of two and started having nerve pain in both legs after hurting my back seven months ago picking up my one year old.  I have tried all the stereotypical things of course.  I do have a L5/S1 herniation and loss of disc height.  I have been working TMS for the ...

Read the rest of this topic
(190 words)
 
Picture of charlene pasquale
Intractable migraines
by charlene pasquale - Monday, 1 January 2018, 1:04 PM
 

I am a sixty-six year-old female who has had serious migraines since the age of twenty-one.  I have been in and out of therapy for all these years. My past experience has led to post traumatic stress syndrome, and my headache specialist has said working the Unlearn Your Pain program will help ...

Read the rest of this topic
(318 words)
 
Picture of Tim Hutton
The Reign of Pain
by Tim Hutton - Wednesday, 29 November 2017, 5:12 PM
 

Last week I received an email which showed a short (25 min) video of a recent presented by Dr. Howard Schubiner at Michigan State University called “The Reign of Pain.” The video is spectacular!

Because acute TMS and its resolution has had so much impact on my life and therefore the life of my ...

Read the rest of this topic
(307 words)