Updated: Dec 14, 2018
Are you puzzled by patients suffering with chronic pain?
To this day, there still isn't any real help for these patients without significant side effects, and the majority of the time, that isn't even enough.
As a urology resident, I remember treating a women with severe interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome) who had severe pain refractory to any medication or medical intervention. She was told by my attending physician that the only option left was to remove her bladder, which he did. The sad part was that her pain did not go away. I promised myself that I would never do this to a patient with a non-cancerous disease.
I was determined to find a way to manage chronic pain without surgery or prescription medications. It took me over 20 years, but finally I did find a way that ended up being easier than I ever could have imagined, and I want to share this with you.
What you are about to discover will change your entire outlook on Pain Management.
Despite the severity of a patient's pathology and associated pain, you can easily learn how to teach your patients to quickly and effectively manage their chronic pain without using addictive and debilitating prescription medications that don't provide long-term relief.
This method empowers the body’s innate ability to control pain. We've all seen it in athletes who have been injured on the field who continued to play, only to find out later they had a fractured ankle. During that time they had no pain.
This powerful method is not taught during your medical training or through some useless, required CME course. In less than a 20-minute office visit, you'll be able to increase your practice revenue and improve patient outcomes.
We went into medicine to end suffering and to heal people; however, we quickly found out that was not the case. The majority of our patients have physical or mental chronic illnesses of unknown etiology, many of them suffering with chronic pain, and our medical training did not give us effective ways to treat these conditions. Instead, we were taught that the best we can do is manage chronic illness and pain with prescription medications and interventions because there is no cure.
Due to this thought process, we've ended up in a sea of managed care, where no one gets healed, and our hands are tied because of fighting with insurance companies over denials. The latest assault upon our profession is from the government and media outlets who are blaming physicians for the opioid crisis; yet, they, too, have no answers, except to pass more laws restricting the legitimate use of opioids.
With the MindWise Protocol for Drug-Free Pain Management, you will learn:
What truly is the cause of chronic pain. It's not what you think.
The real reason why you have had difficulty treating patients with chronic pain.
That despite your training and personal experience, treating patients with chronic pain can be quite easy and can be accomplished without the use of prescription medications or interventions.
Grow your practice with new and existing patients using this drug-free method in a 20-minute office visit.
You will not only have the answer to what causes chronic pain, but you will also know what is needed to effectively manage chronic pain in patients and improve their quality of life.
I know the conflicts that you are struggling with while managing chronic pain. Let my experiences of failures and successes help you help your patients so they don't have to continue to suffer.
The MindWise Protocol for Drug-Free Pain Management is simple to learn, easy to do, and provides a new stream of income for your practice in only a 20-minute office visit. It doesn't matter the degree of pathology your patient has or their pain-scale level, you can make their pain go to a zero utilizing this method.
Attend the Drug-Free Pain Management Workshop to learn more.
Emile Allen, M.D.
Creator of the MindWise Protocol for Drug-Free Pain Management, Certified Instructor of Advanced Medical Hypnosis, Board Certified Hypnotist, and Former Chief of Urology and Vice-Chairman of Surgery