Resources

You need to be your best advocate with chronic pain. As many of you may have heard after seeing numerous healthcare professionals and practitioners over the years, “there is nothing more we can do for you.”

YOU ARE NOT ALONE

Resources exist for most diseases. This lets you know that you are not alone in your world of chronic pain. You just need to know where to turn for more help on your specific disease.


PubMed – US Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health – Here’s an article to get you started. How does distraction work in the management of Pain?


Organizations, Foundations, and Associations

Helping Hands Tim Mossholder

Here is a 5-minute video of how I live with Trigeminal Neuralgia that was posted on The US Pain Foundation’s Website.


Sites Sharing Pain Information

Please let me know organizations you would like added to this list as it continues to grow!


ARTHRITIS


BONE AND JOINT


CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SITES

Photo by Nick Morrison 

FACIAL PAIN

Photo by Thought Catalog 

FIBROMYALGIA

National Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Association  


GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS

Photo by Margarita Zueva 

International Foundation for Gastrointestinal Disorders


MIGRAINES/HEADACHES

American Migraine Foundation 


MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

Multiple Sclerosis Foundation 


PELVIC FLOOR DISORDERS


RARE DISORDERS

NORD – National Association for Rare Disorders 


SPINE

Photo by Jesper Aggergaard 

United Spinal Association 


THYROID DISEASE

American Thyroid Association


VULVODYNIA PAIN

National Vulvodynia Association


Search the Internet for your disease/syndrome and you will find an organization to support you.

Photo by Perry Grone 

This list will continue to grow so return here often. Please send me the credible resources that you would like to have added to gail@thrivewithchronicpain.com or use my Contact page.


I am a Master Hypnotherapist, Certified Nutritional Consultant, and Reiki Master teacher for over 20 years. I share information on how to reduce chronic persistent pain. Even though your diagnosis may be different than mine, I understand what you are going through

I impart transformative powerful tools that can help change your thoughts about chronic pain. You CAN manage how you feel.

You refuse to let pain be in charge of your life!!!

If you need help or have questions, email me at gail@thrivewithchronicpain.com or go to my Contact page.