From early childhood, Cindy Ann Olson faced what seemed an inescapable concern with pain. To live pain free she created the Pain Processing Practice, Using the pain processing practice Cindy has lived pain free for 35 years,
Pain Runs in the family
Her father suffered from chronic back problems while her mother was affected by Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease (CMT) – a disorder that alters the normal function of the peripheral nerves, and causes frequent episodes of both migraine and tension headaches. A hereditary neurological disorder, CMT also affected Cindy from the age of 7.
“What the medical community offered me was a complex array of powerful pain medications,” Cindy recounts. “However, my headaches, body pain and loss of normal function in my feet and hands never went away, and by the time I was in college I lived in constant torment,” says Cindy.
Desperate to find relief, she devoted herself to a relentless quest for answers.
Within the frame of critical thinking, acquired in the study for her science degree, yet with a mind open to unconventional solutions, Cindy began an arduous search through a multitude of disciplines that transcend western medical ideology.
Through a systematic process of trial and error, the study and acquiring of multiple disciplines and a gradual discovery of what works – not only in controlling her own conditions but as well as others’ – Cindy eventually developed an all-natural comprehensive system, the Pain Processing Practice, extraordinarily effective in treating even the most severe forms of pain.
“By the time I was 24, I had transformed my life by implementing the Pain Processing Practice along with the lifestyle changes needed to target the causes of my discomfort,” adds Cindy. “As a result, I no longer experienced pain even though I’d stopped taking any medication.”