A common stumbling block for many people is figuring out how to put the TMS knowledge to work. The Structured Educational Program was designed to give people daily activities to do that will help them recover. It was developed entirely by people who have recovered from TMS and is based on the techniques other peers used to heal. Read More...
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 in hopes of teaching people with TMS more about the condition, and the emotional sources of their symptoms. Read More...
There are currently in-person TMS support groups in Boston, Kansas City, and London. These meetings are organized and led by people who have or have had TMS, and are a great way to receive support. Read More...
The first step for anyone interested in the TMS approach is to see a TMS practitioner. Only a doctor can rule out serious medical conditions and diagnose you with TMS. To find a practitioner near you, visit Find a TMS Doctor or Therapist.
Have a question about TMS? Check out our Q&A with an Expert section. Some of the most prominent TMS practitioners have posted their responses to common questions our members have asked.
Accepting that your symptoms are benign is key to recovering from TMS. A great way to help you gain confidence in this approach is to read success stories from people who have recovered. The TMS Wiki’s Success Stories Database provides you with hundreds of stories, organized by symptom, all in one place.
In honor of Dr. Sarno's retirement, the PTPN developed the Thank You, Dr. Sarno project, in which we collected personal thank you notes from individuals who have recovered from using this approach. These personal messages can be viewed online at www.thankyoudrsarno.org, and is a great resource to help you gain confidence in this approach.
Education is the key to recovering from TMS. There are a number of books that will help you learn more about this condition and how to get better. Check out our Books and DVDs page for a comprehensive list of books and other materials that can help you overcome your TMS.
Forget Google - the TMS Wiki's search engine provides you with information specifically related to TMS, without having to type "TMS" or "Tension Myositis Syndrome" or any other keywords to get the right results. Just quick, easy access to the information you need. Check it out at search.tmswiki.org .
Kansas City TMS Support Group: Thursday December 5 at 6:30pm (Central Time)
The next meeting of the Kansas City Support Group will be held on Thursday, December 5th, 2013 from 6:30pm - 8:00pm at Medical Plaza West behind Overland Park Regional Hospital (12200 W. 106th Street, Overland Park, KS). Participants are welcome to come at 6:00 for light snacks and social time. For more information, contact Stella.