Many chronic pain sufferers do not receive adequate relief from conventional treatments or from the most common alternative therapies. Often the reason for continued suffering is that chronic pain
produces changes in the nervous system that amplify signals from the pain-sensing receptors in the body, called nociceptors. The activity levels of nociceptors, as well as the response to these
nociceptors in pain-sensing brain regions, are modulated by a complex interaction of physical, neurological, biochemical and psychological factors. To effectively manage treatment-resistant chronic
pain, it is necessary to understand the specific and complex ways in which these factors contribute to the experience of pain in an individual client.
Langdon Roberts, director of the Center for Transformational Neurophysiology, has a unique background in neuroscience, massage therapy, and a variety of holistic approaches, which has helped him to provide lasting relief to hundreds of sufferers of treatment-resistant chronic pain. He creates an individual plan for each client, which might include biofeedback, neurofeedback, Neuromassage, breath training, yoga, psychological approaches, structural bodywork, or lifestyle changes, depending upon the individual needs of the client.
In the most severe cases, Langdon helps people learn to manage the pain and live fulfilling lives, despite the serious damage that may have happened to their bodies. In less severe cases, Langdon can often help clients to completely eliminate the pain, along with the various underlying causes.