Reinvigorate Your Clinical Work


▶  learn strategies to overcome common obstacles.

▶  Learn a framework for treatment That Also leaves room for professional creativity.

▶  Translate science principles into practical tools that you can Use today.


Course features

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Short and to the point  (since who really has the time to read multiple textbooks?)

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Convenience: Learn when you want,  where you want.

Satisfaction guaranteed!  Get a full refund if a course doesn't meet your expectations. 

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Get a certificate of completion so you can demonstrate your commitment to continuing education and get reimbursed by your employer.

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Reasonably priced (because learning evidence based care shouldn't cost an arm and a leg).

Supports our non-profit (all proceeds go towards creating more free patient resources).

“All I can say is WOW!! This was one of the most powerful single days of continuing ed I have ever had! I have felt thoroughly reinvigorated as a clinician”
— Physical Therapist with 30 years of clinical experience
“The training was not only informative to our staff of doctors and therapists, but served as a basis for rethinking our approach and techniques for many of our patients, both chronic pain sufferers and complex acute patients. The feedback from staff was unusual—enthusiastic, inspired, and thirsty for more. “
— Director of a U.S. Based Pain Rehabilitation Practice

Course Sections

The Art & Science of Patient Expectations

Have you ever wondered why some patients get better no matter what you do, while other patients don't seem to make any progress even with the best treatment?  

In this course we will explore how pain expectations (e.g. placebos and nocebos) influence pain symptoms.  We will then show how to integrate these concepts into clinical practice to enhance your patient's outcomes.

Overcoming Fear

Many healthcare professionals acknowledge the role of pain related fear, but don't feel equipped to help patients overcome these fears. In this course you will learn new discoveries about pain related fear AND practical tools to help patients re-engage in meaningful physical activity.


Part Three

The Patient's Understanding of the problem

In this course, we will explore the biology of how a patient's understanding of their pain condition influences pain perception and treatment outcomes. Your will learn how to help patients recontextualize pain (without just giving them a lecture).  We will focus on using the principles and tools of motivational interviewing to overcome common clinical obstacles.

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Part Four

Simplifying Meditation, Hypnosis & BREATH-WORK

In this course we will take a deep dive into the topic of meditation, hypnosis, and breath-work (pranayama), with a focus on practical strategies for teaching pain specific techniques to patients.  We will also share an updated perspective on biofeedback in the 21st century, and address the common challenges in teaching "mind-body" techniques in the clinic.

Part Five

Exercising with persistent pain

Exercise is the gold standard for chronic pain, yet it seems to make so many patients feel worse.  In this course, we will explore the pain science of exercise, and strategies to make it easier for patients. We will also lean an entirely new framework for exercise that utilizes stretching, motor control training, and strengthening from a non-biomechanical pain science perspective.

Part Six

The New Science of Pain

This course takes a step away from the clinic to dive deeper into pain science concepts such as sensitization / habituation, pain vulnerability, maladaptive plasticity, and new perspectives on the neurobiology of the conscious lived experience of pain.

Part Seven

A New Approach to Manual Therapy

This course will explore the science of acupuncture, massage, manipulation, and other touch based therapies.  After slaughtering several sacred cows, we will present practical strategies for integrating these treatments into patient care without reinforcing harmful beliefs or unhealthy reliance on passive treatment.  We will also explore pain science concepts that open up new doors for creative application of these therapies.  

Part Eight

Food & Pain

In this course we will explore the role of diet and nutrition in the development and treatment of persistent pain

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Part Nine

Taming Stress

In this course will explore the role of  stress (including PTSD) in the development and treatment of persistent.  We will learn novel strategies for enhancing stress resiliency that can be integrated into a pain rehabilitation program

Part Ten


In this course we will explore the role of relationships in development and treatment of persistent pain.  We will discuss early life experiences, social rejection, parent-child, partner , and  patient - provider relationships. We will includes strategies for addressing these relationships as part of a pain rehabilitation treatment plan. 

Part Eleven

Sleep & Pain

In this course, we will explore the role of sleep in the development and treatment of persistent pain.  We will also cover strategies for sleep enhancement that can be used by clinicians. 

Part Twelve

Pain Conditions

A clinical update (science & treatment) for common pain conditions including fibromyalgia, migraines / headaches, CRPS, osteoarthritis, spinal pain, and  neuropathy.


Upon completion of all coursework, passing a comprehensive examination, and presentation of a case study assignment, you will be awarded a Retrain Pain certification in Biopsychosocial Chronic Pain Rehabilitation

Satisfaction GUARANTEED!

or get full refund