Skepticism can be Painful
If you’ve read any of my books or blog posts, listened to my podcast or watched my videos, you’ll know that I’m generally optimistic when helping someone with pain.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m realistic too; but I’ve seen what my approach can do and am confident when applying it to new or difficult cases.
And you are probably reading this right now because you have a difficult case that other wellness practitioners have not been able to help you with.
Despite that, some part of you still believes you should be able to solve this chronic, recurring, or intermittent pain.
The overwhelming feeling that most people have when first meeting or emailing me is skepticism. Sadly, I don’t blame them after I hear most people’s stories of failed therapy, drugs, procedures or surgeries.
After spending countless hours and hard-earned dollars trying to solve their pain, many are left feeling broken. That’s why they approach someone like me with skepticism. I totally get it.
Part of the issue is that each provider has explained the patient’s problem in difficult medical language. They all “sound” smart, but the patient has no basis to know whether or not what they say is helpful.
Here’s an example…
I recently sold my clinic and hired an attorney to explain the purchasing contract to me. After every conversation I was left scratching my head, trying to understand what he was talking about.
I write this to give hope to the skeptics that there is — in my opinion — a better way of solving pain.
If you are doubtful, please read any of my books found on Amazon to familiarize yourself with my unique approach.
Or grab a copy of my ebook if you like. Listen to my podcast. Dip your toes into the water by trying my Somatics downloads.
And, if you’re ready, try one of my downloadable home programs.
I have created several ways to introduce myself to you. If you are ready to lower your wall of skepticism, I can introduce you to a new, more comprehensive way to solve your pain.
I hope to see you on the other side.