Hi there, and welcome to LifeAfterPain.com To get started, find out if Trigger Points could be causing your pain. You’ll find out the real reasons why you get triggers – and then  the following email series shows you what you can do to get rid of them – long term. And if there’s something you want […]

The iHunch

I’d like to introduce you to the latest computer trend. It’s called the iHunch. It comes installed with all laptops, desktops, tablets – and even smartphones. You’ll know it when you see it. Someone is working on their computer, and their posture starts to look something like this: That’s only the beginning. After a couple […]

Your Thoughts: Number 1 Reason Pain Doesn’t Go Away?

Hi all, the last few months have brought to light some very interesting developments. And there’s one insight in particular I’d like to share with you on: a) why people get pain and b) why trigger points keep coming back. But first – I’d like to hear your thoughts on the matters. Just click this […]

Mindset & Getting Out of Chronic Pain

I’d always suspected that the people who read LifeAfterPain were cut from a slightly different cloth. I had a hunch that they saw things differently and had a different attitude towards their health than most people. This was confirmed 100 times over last week when I sent out a few quick email questions to our loyal […]

Why Chronic Pain Changes Everything

In medical literature, there’s two kinds of pain: acute and chronic pain. By definition, chronic pain is any pain that lasts more than 3 months. The terms ‘acute’ and ‘chronic’ have nothing to do with how severe the pain is. You can have a low grade pain in your back for a week and that […]

Distraction and Mind Body Syndrome

One very powerful technique when it comes to overcoming chronic pain is distraction. When you put your attention on something, this becomes your focus, and the thing you put your attention on grows to take up your entire world. One example is when you’re completely absorbed in reading a book, and you may not hear […]