The Pain Reprocessing Therapy Wiki
Do you suffer from chronic pain or other poorly explained chronic symptoms? We are the Pain Reprocessing Therapy Peer Network, a nonprofit volunteer-run organization dedicated to helping our peers recover. We've been there, and we can help.
Today's Featured Recovery Story
Overcame Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) using PRT
I was a bit of computer hacker, typing away on my Mac plus, when my forearms began to hurt. Five years in, I couldn't type more than a couple sentences without some sort of flare up. Worse, the "RSI," as I now called it, began spreading into my neck and back. I had come across Sarno's ideas years ago. However, they felt to far-fetched to me at the time. What finally convinced me was stumbling across and reading a bunch of TMS success stories written by people whose experiences were extremely similar to my own. Eventually, the whole process snowballed, and now I feel like I have my life back. Read the full recovery story
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We’ve been there. We can help.
The PRT Wiki is a sister project of the TMS Wiki, a nonprofit organization founded in 2009. At the PRT wiki, we seek to relieve suffering from Neuroplastic Pain by raising awareness, providing information based on scientific evidence, facilitating expression of a wide variety of perspectives, and giving individual support to people with Neuroplastic Pain. Like many others, we suffered from terrible pain and other symptoms for many years before learning about this approach. All of the members of our organization suffered from Neuroplastic Pain at some point in their lives, and the majority of these members consider themselves to have recovered from chronic pain and experience little to no pain.
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