The Chronic Pain Protocol has shown promise for reducing pain caused by injuries, surgery, and chronic pain-causing physical conditions. The Chronic Pain Protocol releases the sensation of pain that has been built up in the body over time. The goal of the Pain Protocol is to reduce the intensity of pain the person experiences. Over time the pain will likely build up again as the cause of the pain continues to create more pain that will build up in the body again. Many people have found that by using the Pain Protocol daily, they have a reduce need for medication. At least a 50% reduction in the sensation of pain is common.
Research is needed to identify how the Chronic Pain Protocol can best be used for which conditions. Assessment tools are provided as downloads.