We have an announcement!
Our community has been the most important part of our journey so far. We're excited to share with you that Remedy is changing to Menda Health.
The idea began when people couldn't find us online (there are too many "Remedies"). Overtime, it evolved into creating a new image that would accurately depict who we are, at our core as a team.
What is Menda?
The word Menda means "Reversing Pain". It means to lean into life and its discomfort, live a value driven life, and be safe and connected. The logo describes a journey of moving forward, even through ups and downs. Our updated colors invoke a sense of excitement, warmth, hope, and courage.
How does this impact me?
As we transition over the next few weeks, you'll notice the name Menda show up on the app, website, and within emails. The old contact info and website will be active - you can still reach us in the same way.
Your pain is real. So is the solution.
You've tried everything but the pain continues. Modern neurobiology give hope for relief. Find out what's possible with our nervous system assessment.
Neuroscience, not pseudoscience.
New science shows that we can predict who will develop chronic pain after an injury. This is done through developments in understanding the nervous system (aka, brain and body).
For those cases, nerve connections between the brain and body become overly sensitized. This causes pain to persist, even after medical treatments. Thankfully, there's a way to reverse these pathways.
We know this, because we've been there. Us three founders recovered from back pain, IBS, migraines, shoulder pain, and fatigue. How? Using modern nervous system science; we each got to the underlying cause.
What Participants Say
It was a relief to get all the negative tests, but I was left without answers. Remedy was the next step I needed.
How Remedy Works
You can reverse your symptoms. We take you through a structured, cutting-edge pain psychology approach.
1. Knowledge is Power
Learn how it's possible to reverse chronic pain and investigate the state of your nervous system.
2. Join your Tribe
Work alongside a small group of 8-12 people. Each week you'll on zoom for 90 minutes.
3: Build Skills
Access flare-up tools and nervous system skills on the go.
Our Medical Team
Powered by a team of leading board-certified physicians, spine surgeons, psychologists, physical therapists, and pain experts.
Dr. Stacie Lloyd, PhD is a pain psychologist and educator by training. She's leading efforts to train partner clinics, coaches, psychologists, and physicians.
Dr. Amir Ramezani is a psychologist at the Veterans Affairs and a teaching faculty member at UC Davis. He specializes in compassion-based mindfulness treatments.
Dr. Les Aria, PhD is a pain psychologist at Kaiser Permanente. He's spent 20 years specializing in treating complex symptoms that don't respond to usual care.
Dr. David Schechter is a sports medicine physician and a mindbody expert. He trained under Dr. John Sarno and has been treating patients with psychophysiologic disorders for 20+ years.
Dr. Mel Pohl is an addiction specialist and former medical director of the Las Vegas Recovery Center. He's authored several books on pain recovery.
Dr. Jean Howell is a mindbody trained primary care physician in Northern California. He's treated pain patients in the Indian Health system and the California prison system.
Assess My Symptoms
We often hear from our successful patients: "I was skeptical, but enrolled because I had nothing to lose."
You've been through a long journey, we'd like to be your last stop. This program isn't for everyone. See if Remedy will work for your symptoms.
Frequently asked questions
What's the supporting science?
At Remedy, our programs are always research-based. The treatment model is called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). For pain patients, 81% of people improve in participating in valued activities.
Will this work for me?
Modern science shows that if symptoms persists beyond 6 months, your pain system has become hypersensitive. Inputs like stress and 'normal' movements can trigger it. New research suggests that Nerve Sensitivity is responsible for 80% of pain conditions. Use our self-assement tool to understand if your symptoms match this prognosis.
How much does the program cost?
Learn about Modern Pain Science for free by signing up with your email. Afterwards, you can decide if the treatment is right for you. The 10-week program costs $59/week ($590).
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