The pain you feel is 100% real.
You deserve to know why you still experience pain.
What current neuroscience research shows:
Acute pain is often caused by tissue damage. Chronic pain involves a maladaptive neuroplastic process in the brain and peripheral nervous system. The brains of chronic pain sufferers undergo major changes compared to those of healthy subjects. Conventional medical treatments often fail to provide lasting pain relief because they do not target this disease process. PRT is an evidence-based treatment that has been shown to reverse these brain changes and reduce or eliminate pain. Following simple techniques, you can learn to “dial down” pain in real time.
What conditions can PRT treat?
- headache (migraine, cluster, tension)
- back pain
- neck pain,
- pelvic pain
- plantar fasciitis
- piriformis syndrome
- sciatic pain syndrome
- repetitive strain injury
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- knee pain
- foot pain
- myofascial pain syndrome
- sacroiliac joint dysfunction
- muscle spasms
- complex regional pain syndrome
- irritable bowel syndrome
- interstitial cystitis
- postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
- persistent nausea
- spasmodic dysphonia
- heart palpitations
- panic attacks
- chronic fatigue syndrome
- hypersensitivity syndromes (chemical, mold, food etc.)
A decade ago, I experienced a low back injury that changed my life. I tried every conventional and alternative treatment I could find, but still remained in debilitating pain. I am grateful for the exciting neuroscientific discoveries in recent years, which lead to my full recovery. It is my privilege to work alongside my clients on their journey toward health, and to share the knowledge that made my recovery possible.
*Helen Rice, CRNP is the only provider offering PRT at Rittenhouse Psychiatric Associates*
How PRT works:
The initial session is a specialty consultation for your condition(s), which includes a trial therapy session. We will then discuss your prognosis based on my evaluation, and whether PRT is a good fit for you.
Call to schedule an appointment: 267-358-6155