Pain Patterns and Solutions Bodywork & Training
Pain Patterns Classes
These classes are everything that PPS Seminars offers in terms of hands-on training and CE hours. There are full program classes (16 CE Hours) and short trainings for specific conditions such as Whiplash and Piriformis Syndrome (2 CE Hours). Dive in and train!
Take a look at the free PPS video library where you can find 10 simple PPS techniques that help areas like Rhomboid, QL, Shoulder and hip pain. . There are also a few extra free CE hours included!
This is a great introduction to PPS Advanced Pain Management Techniques!
PPS Certification Program
Become a PPS Certified Bodyworker! Our PPS program is 100% online and you can train over the course of 50 weeks or 50 classes at your own pace. This is the best step-by-step video training we have to offer for the full program of PPS Bodywork.
What is PPS Bodywork?
PPS stands for Pain Patterns and Solutions. This style of bodywork was created to help clients who struggle with high levels of inflammation and chronic pain issues that do not respond to traditional treatment.
The easiest way to describe PPS Bodywork is specific systems of bodywork performed on areas of adhesion, specifically boney areas, to recreate correct motion inside muscles.
We are beautifully different from other forms of bodywork in 2 specific ways:
The theory behind the bodywork approaches the body and pain from the standpoint of what the eyes see and perceive as being level and how we position ourselves in space based on that information from our brain.
The locations we use to create this dynamic change are non-moving locations such as boney surfaces.
(Yes, we rub on top of bone surfaces).
We believe that non-responsive pain issues are not only a problem within the muscle, but more of a chain reaction of muscular deviation that is caused from the ocular reflexes.
Your eyes have the power to dictate what muscles do and therefore they have a place in the pain model.
PPS has also coined the term "Reverse Trigger Pointing". As a PPS practitioner, we use an area of pain to guide us to adhered locations creating pain. We use a location of pain as the end of a chain reaction (effect) and work backwards to find the location creating it (cause). These areas that create the greatest change are typically adhesions that have formed on top of bone, large fascial areas, and thick ligaments,.
PPS is a profound, indirect, hands-on approach that creates successful, positive changes to acute and chronic pain.
The Pain Pattern The Solution
PPS Sciatica and Piriformis Syndrome 2 CE Hour Home Study Course