Do you have pain or other symptoms that might not be entirely caused by physical problems in your body? Do you often feel worse when you are unhappy, stressed or anxious? Are you willing to consider solutions that involve thinking “outside the box?” If so, we've been there, and we can help.
The PPD/TMS Peer Network
The PPD/TMS Peer Network (PTPN) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2009 that sponsors this site. We seek to relieve suffering from Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS) by raising awareness and providing free services to people with TMS. Read More...
Today's Featured Success Story
Overcame foot pain using the TMS approach
Healthy active 40's backcountry skier, canoer, hiker, worked as wilderness ranger...then 3 years worsening foot pain, in the arch of the foot. Pain so bad that I could barely stand more than 15 minutes, minimum walking, wheel chairs and crutches for stores, lost all my former life of activity. Two weeks from "tarsal tunnel" surgery I began Sarno's practices. 2 months into it, my first overnight hike (8 miles round trip), and my first backcountry skiing in 4 years. Pain 70% to 90% gone. I have my life back. Read the full success story
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Every Saturday at 3 PM ET, we host an online peer-moderated chatroom where people can discuss TMS topics and provide and receive support from each other. Go to the chatroom
Call-In Discussion Group
Every month on Tuesday evenings we host a call-in discussion group focusing on a section of a TMS book or hosting a TMS author or practitioner. Callers discuss that session's material and other TMS-related issues, deepening their understanding of TMS through conversation with others. Free recordings of past sessions are also available. Read More...
Webinars & Special Events
Dr. Sarno hosted lectures for his new clients as a way to help educate them about TMS. With a similar mindset, we host special webinars with TMS practitioners and authors to help people with TMS learn more about the condition and identify the emotional sources behind their symptoms, hear how others successfully overcame their symptoms, and learn skills to help become pain-free. Read More...
We’ve been there. We can help.
The PPD/TMS Peer Network (PTPN) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2009. We seek to relieve suffering from Tension Myositis Syndrome (TMS) by raising awareness, providing information based on scientific evidence, facilitating expression of a wide variety of perspectives, and giving individual support to people with TMS. Like many others, we suffered from terrible pain and other symptoms for many years before learning about this approach. All of the members of our organization suffered from TMS at some point in their lives, and the majority of these members consider themselves to have recovered from chronic pain and experience little to no pain.
This Wiki was the PTPN's first project. The TMS Wiki currently hosts 588 different articles on TMS.
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