///Retrain Pain Foundation’s Certification In Chronic Pain Rehabilitation

Retrain Pain Foundation’s Certification In Chronic Pain Rehabilitation

Master the art & science of delivering biopsychosocial care for chronic pain.

Reinvigorate your clinical work

  • Get up to speed on principles of modern pain science
  • Learn how apply pain science principles into practical skills that you can use in the clinic
  • Overcome common obstacles when treating patients with chronic pain

Learn a framework for evidence based treatment that also leaves room for creativity.

For Health & Wellness Professionals

  • Physical Therapists
  • Nurses
  • Psychologists
  • Personal Trainers
  • Yoga Instructors
  • Chiropractors
  • Massage Therapists
  • Health Coaches

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.

— Dr. Donald Liss, Assistant Clinical Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine, Columbia University

Satisfaction guaranteed or full refund (within 30 days of course start)

Next online course starts June 4th

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About Retrain Pain Foundation

Retrain Pain was founded by three New York based physical therapists (Elan SchneiderRob DiLillo, and Greg Hullstrung), who teamed up to build an organization devoted to free online pain education.

Greg and Rob are the owners of H&D Physical Therapy.  Elan is a clinician specializing in the treatment of chronic pain.  He is the director of the chronic pain treatment program at H&D Physical Therapy, and is an adjunct lecturer at the State University of NY

Why are we creating free online pain education?

Chronic pain is a big problem, affecting about 1 out of 5 people.  Over the last 10 years there have been many important discoveries that help explain what causes chronic pain,  as well as new research about which treatment approaches are most effective. Sadly, many of these discoveries sit quietly in science journals, inaccessible to the average patient.  We believe that pain patients throughout the world deserve access to accurate and up to date information about pain rehabilitation, and that is the mission of our organization.

By |2018-05-09T15:17:12+11:00May 9th, 2018|Learn, Professional Resources|2 Comments


  1. Susan Karlson May 12, 2018 at 7:13 am - Reply

    Mosley and Butler, Greglehman,Shubiner(Doctors) as well as Palousemindfullness.com and meditations on utube including Deepak Chopra changed my life! Off all medications. I have physical therapy twice a week for the last month to strengthen using bridges, Piriformis stretch laying down, clamshells, and cobra. My pudendal nerve pain is becoming a distant memory. My physical therapist uses a leather belt and puts it around my ankle pulling carefully side to side on each leg and then does resistance with the belt around my knee laying down with knee up and close to edge of table.
    I walk 2-3 miles a day. My nervous system back to normal. My blood pressure normal, no sweating anymore and no rising pain. Using meditation to relax the muscles is key. The medications did not do this for me. The medications are a bandaid. A good utube video “Heal While you Sleep” . I meditate 4x’s a day. I am on the Keto diet as well. Lots of fat. Spread the news. Hoping this will help someone with this terrible pain.

    • Soula Mantalvanos May 13, 2018 at 3:24 pm - Reply

      So great to read about your progress. Hopefully the management will get simpler as well. A special thanks for taking the time to comment Susan x

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