Welcome to this brand new website!

Hi, I hope you enjoy the content of this website.  My goal is to help you overcome your chronic pain by understanding its true nature and then using clinically tested therapies that work.  Though I have interacted with a few people face to face and helped them overcome their pain, which has been very rewarding, I am 71 years old and comfortable with my familiar role of “introverted gadget builder”. I would like to focus on that role because, based on my work with those few people, I have some new ideas for gadgets that I think will be really helpful.

I hope that the 1,2,3 approach for overcoming chronic pain will work not only for the few people I have seen face to face, but also for people like you who can do it themselves with the information and resources on this website.  If you would like a more interactive online approach, consider the program of Dr. Howard Schubiner.

And, of course, if you can afford the time and money, consider travelling to his location and having a face to face program.  He screens patients for suitability for his programs.  The prognosis is very good for patients that he feels are suitable. Dr. Schubiner says that most of the people in his program get better.

Author: Paul Hansma

Paul Hansma PhD, Researcher in Neuroscience Research Institute, Faculty in California NanoSystems Institute, Emeritus Professor in Dept. of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106, Founder and Chief Inventor at Active Life Scientific, Inc.

6 thoughts on “Welcome to this brand new website!”

    1. It does! Once we realize that pain is a creation of ours mind to try to help us, it motivates us to let the mind help us in other ways, such as figuring out how to feel safe without pain.

  1. This website is an immensely useful resource and thank you for creating it and all the work you’re doing in the field! I just discovered it through your YouTube videos and excited to learn more and apply the techniques. I read Dr. Norman Doidge’s “The Brain’s Way of Healing” where I was first exposed to neuroplasticity as it applies to pain management, which led me to learn more on the topic.

    1. Thanks NJ! I appreciate your kind comments and wish you success in overcoming chronic pain in your own life or in the lives of others. It can feel like a new life filled with new possibilities when chronic pain passes away. One of the most important concepts is that pain due to sensitization is not important to your physical safety and can be ignored!

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