Let's help you Make Your Comeback!

A Proven
Recovery Program
for Athletes with
 Chronic Pain


Most physical injuries heal within weeks or a couple of months. But chronic pain persists beyond what is considered to be the normal recovery time.

  If you've still got that nagging pain despite all the treatments you've had, then that's a sign you may need to approach this differently.  

And despite all that you’ve been told, we can confidently say that in 88% of cases of chronic pain:  

  • It’s NOT that structural abnormality on your MRI that’s causing all the problems;  
  • It’s NOT that injury you had years ago;
  • It’s NOT some mysterious illness or a condition that you simply ‘developed’;
  • It’s NOT because you’re getting older and weaker. 

You are NOT broken, and your body is NOT weaker than it used to be.  

You may be suffering from  'neuroplastic' pain.

This is a very common issue, which is reversible and has a PROVEN treatment, yet is often overlooked by physicians and physical therapists.

You are way more than just a mechanical body!

Your body is not weak

It is actually very adaptive and capable of healing in short amounts of time. Built for vigorous activity, it excels at adjusting to structural abnormalities or imbalances.

Misdiagnoses in Chronic Pain are common Among Athletes

Despite the body's adaptive abilities, many athletes in chronic pain face misdiagnoses. Symptoms are often wrongly attributed to common structural issues like disc herniations,  arthritis and wear and tear. In reality, there are many people with those same issues who are pain free today.

Shifting Paradigms in Healing

The limitations of conventional treatments for chronic pain are evident. It's time to move beyond ineffective treatments and exercises, embracing a proven, brain-focused approach to healing.

So if you’re done taking treatments or doing exercises that don’t work, then it’s time to let go of this old paradigm and open your mind to a new brain-focused way of healing.

The MindBody Connection is Real - and embracing it will make all the difference!

If your pain has persisted despite conventional treatment, and way long after an injury's expected healing time, this doesn’t mean that you’ve got irreparable damage.

 It’s because our mind and body are intimately connected, and our brain plays a key role in generating pain when it’s no longer needed.  Today, this is known as Neuroplastic Pain, and approximately 88% of people with unexplained chronic symptoms suffer from it (without knowing!).

There are several factors which influence this process and that lead to neuroplastic symptoms, all of which we cover in the Pain Free Comeback Program.  

A Program Crafted For Athletes, By Athletes

Hi, it’s Alec and Miriam here, the creators of The Pain Free Comeback Program!

 We're athletes, certified Chronic Pain Coaches, and former chronic pain sufferers ourselves. We live to help individuals with chronic pain become pain free, get back to their favorite activities, and transform their lives.

 We’ve recovered ourselves from chronic, debilitating pain that had left us both depressed, debilitated, with our lives on hold, and facing scary structural diagnoses.

 We thought we’d lost everything. And yet - when we learnt the truth about our pain, we both recovered completely and returned to our respective sports.  Find out more about our Chronic Pain Recovery Stories here.

You CAN do this as well. All it takes is your willingness to learn and implement the tools that we’ll teach you in the Pain Free Comeback Program.  

But what if I’m diagnosed with an injury or structural abnormality?

Let’s make this clear. Broken bones need 6 weeks to heal. Some serious muscle or ligament tears may need surgery or serious rehabilitation.

We assume you’ve excluded serious conditions like tumors or infections that may be causing acute pain (these causes of chronic pain are very rare!), and that you’ve had your rehab, but this hasn’t resolved your pain.

Maybe your tests come back normal for someone your age, and you're left feeling confused and at a loss for why you're in so much pain. Maybe you're told that surgery is the onlyoption. 

Or maybe your pain is blamed on something that is not quite perfect in your body, like a herniation, scoliosis, muscle imbalance, tear or any other structural abnormality.

How sure can you be that that’s really the cause of your pain? 

Watch this video to understand the principles that are helping individuals heal from chronic pain.

 Truth is, there is no research to back up the idea that most structural abnormalities and common wear and tear cause pain. In fact, research has shown the opposite. There is no correlation between most structural findings, like disc herniations, scoliosis, arthritis and chronic pain. You can read more about the science of chronic pain here.

Injuries also don’t behave so erratically. You can’t simply get ‘re-injured’ by resuming a physical activity, unless you have an obvious incident.

And the injury you had 5 years ago can’t simply ‘resurface’ out of nowhere, just because you’ve been a bit more active than usual. Yes, your pain is 100% real, but your old injury is unlikely to be the culprit.

If you keep experiencing pain flare-ups, and your symptoms tend to radiate or fluctuate, then there is something else going on.

This applies to you especially if your comfort zone has got smaller and smaller over the years, and if you find yourself grappling with multiple symptoms or more widespread conditions like fibromyalgia, CRPS, chronic fatigue, joint or muscle pains in different parts of the body.

So are you ready to discover the truth? We’ll tell you everything, then leave it up to you to assess whether or not it applies to your situation.

Do you have Neuroplastic Pain?

It all starts with correctly identifying the sources of your pain

The concept of neuroplastic (mindbody) pain is relatively new, and in the past doctors and therapists referred to it as 'psychosomatic'. This term is still in use today, although it doesn't fully explain the complexities of neuroplastic pain.

Today, we know that symptoms are not in your head, and that they are a physical response to an emotional stimulus. It is actually very common to suffer from neuroplastic pain - in fact around 88% of chronic pain sufferers actually have neuroplastic symptoms, and that's actually good news! It means that their body isn't broken or irreparably damaged!

We understand that there are always exceptions to the rule. To find out whether you're potentially suffering from neuroplastic pain, take our brief Personallized Chronic Pain Questionnaire

We took the most common indicators that the best chronic pain doctors in the world use to diagnose individuals with neuroplastic symptoms, and created a short tool to help you evaluate whether you're a candidate for this approach.

What if you can't exercise
due to pain?

This is exactly what Pain Free Comeback is for. It’s for you if you’re limited or retired from your athletic or active life due to chronic pain.

It doesn’t matter whether you were a professional athlete, a fitness guru, or simply an adventurous person who loves to engage in multiple physical activities just for fun!  

The truth is, you can likely get back to ALL sorts of physical activity, and even exceed your previous levels.

You can do this if you uncover those unconscious patterns and beliefs that are keeping you stuck with pain.  

Pain Free Comeback helps you conquer that heavy feeling of helplessness and frustration towards your symptoms, and can help you eliminate your fear of physical activity and the pain associated with it.

When you learn why chronic pain develops, then you won’t have anything to fear anymore. Instead, you’ll know exactly what to do to prevent flare ups and recondition your body to move pain free!   

Real Comeback Stories from Real People



Yes, we’re for real. We’re going to help you make that comeback. Whether you’d like to return to sport professionally, or simply for fun.

This is NOT simply about managing your symptoms.

It’s about making a complete, pain-free recovery and being able to resume all normal activity without fear and without pain - all while looking forward to training harder and improving your performance if you really want to!

And you’re going to do this without drugs, supplements, stretching or other physical exercises. If you hang in there and follow our guidance, you can recover in a matter of months or even weeks.

Learn more what the Pain Free Comeback Program consists of here
 and join us for this exhilarating journey!