Alan Gordon is the Founder, Director and practising Psychotherapist at the Pain Psychology Center in Los Angeles California, a leading treatment facility for chronic pain sufferers that sees thousands of patients from around the world every year. He is a professor at the University of Southern California and regularly authors publications on the treatment of chronic pain and has presented on this topic at events all over the US including chairing the 2013 Mind-Body Conference at USC.
He is a founding member of Curable, the mind-body App's Scientific Advisory Board and hosts their popular podcast - Tell Me About Your Pain. He also recently completed a groundbreaking neuroimaging study on the treatment of chronic pain.
Alan was debilitated by chronic pain throughout his body for several years and frustrated by the lack of effective treatment, he developed the ground-breaking Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT) – a highly effective system of psychological techniques that rewire the brain’s neural circuits to turn off "stuck" pain signals.
His popular 21 day Pain Recovery Program has been running on TMS Wiki for years and is widely known as one of the most frequently used free online tools to get chronic sufferers on board with a better understanding of what's going on in their body. I used this program early on in my recovery journey and found it very effective at quickly reducing my symptoms out of a huge flare-up scenario.
Gordon continues to lead in the TMS field not only by treating patients and creating fabulous online content and supporting related Associations and Centres of excellence in the mind-body medicine space. His new book "The Way Out: The Revolutionary, Scientifically Proven Approach to Heal Chronic Pain" is out now. As is the Boulder Back Pain study - latest study published about his Pain Reprocessing Therapy work.
Thank you Alan, your work was massively helpful to me and my recovery journey.
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