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resources

for learning more about neuroplastic symptoms

The more you can do for yourself, the more empowered you will feel. Here are some of my most trusted sources for helpful information, education, support and inspiration in the world of neuroplastic pain.

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books

call me old-school, but I love to read the book first

Unlearn Your Pain by Dr Howard Schubiner 

The Way Out by Alan Gordon and Alon Ziv

The Mindbody Prescription and Healing Back Pain by Dr John Sarno

Chronic Pain, Your Key to Recovery by Georgie Oldfield

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apps

now we're getting with the times

The Curable app provides evidence-based chronic pain lessons in your pocket. It uses a combination of pain science education and research-backed techniques to address pain from every angle. The program helps you connect the dots between what’s happening in your brain, in your body, and in your life, to get a full picture of what's causing your symptoms and how to relieve them.

The Nerva app helps you self-manage your IBS symptoms through science-backed gut-directed hypnotherapy

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weblinks

a whistlestop tour of the internet for neuroplastic recovery

The PPDA is on a mission to end chronic pain

Lorimer Moseley is a cutting edge Australian pain researcher – start with his TEDx talk

Georgie Oldfield's SIRPA UK site has heaps of resources

Unlearn Your Pain is Howard Schubiner's website, full of resources and some great testimonials

The TMS Wiki is full of recovery stories and houses Alan Gordon's free Recovery Program

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programs

A growing number of orgs are offering group programs or self-paced courses

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podcasts

my faves for pain education and inspiring recovery stories

Tell Me About Your Pain with Alan Gordon and Alon Ziv

The Mind and Fitness Podcast with Eddy Lindenstein

Like Mind, Like Body with Laura Sago of Curable Health

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