You are stronger and more resilient  than you know!

Are you tired of feeling hopeless because of how your pain has changed you and your life? Does it feel like you have tried every treatment under the sun without getting any better. You know you have done everything you have been asked and still the pain continues. Do you feel fragile and fearful because of your diagnosis? Are you exhausted from looking for solutions and hoping they will help.  Do you wonder what is being missed?

 

The thing so many people are missing is pain is so much more than just a tissue issue.

 

You need an experienced guide to help you uncover your strengths and help you find solutions to your pain. You want to find yourself again and take ownership of your own health and feel confident about the decisions you are making.  You desire someone to walk alongside you and help you make sense of your pain, partner with you to set goals together to restore activities you love so you can start living again and not just existing!

It all starts right here with someone who believes in you and your story , and ready to help you understand the strength and resilience you already have and harness that inner strength to help you be active in your life again.

 

HEY THERE! I’m Amy Eicher

Your pain coach & speaker, mother, wife, swimmer and lover of all things Disney.

I work with women in pain who are tired of  researching symptoms and diagnosis, spending money on treatments that don’t help,and still being in pain. I help you tap into your unique story, passions and symptoms to create a personalized plan. We implement that plan together, with the understanding you are an expert on your own health and story. All so you can restore the parts of life dealing with the pain has eaten up to finally be able to spend time on what matters most to you.  I feel deep down in my core that everyone has a story to be told, a passion to share with others, and that everyone deserves to live the best life they are able. I’m living proof that no matter how long you have been in pain, or the chapters that may contribute to your unique pain story, you have the power to rebuild your life on your terms.

I have not only lost many years of my life due to physical and emotional pains, but I have also restored my own, physical being, sense of self  and unique purpose. It was a long journey with lots of twists and turns. Through the years  I’ve learned an enormous amount of practical and scientific information that has lead me to a pain free life! I learned to challenge my beliefs, own my story and to live differently. I’ve always known I was destined for so much more than a life trapped in bed by pain and I know you are too. I know you have a story to share and a desire for so much more out of life and it’s time to stop suspending your dreams and start finding solutions that work.

 

This is your time to finally learn to move beyond your pain.

 

I deeply respect the challenges pain can bring and the hope that is required to try something new. So please, feel free to check out my blog, poke around and get to know me if you’re feeling unsure. I’ve been there, I get it!

 

Testimonials

I have talked to Amy many times throughout my ups and downs concerning my journey with pain. There are so many things/decisions she has helped me with. She is well-educated about the topics I needed to discuss, research-oriented and has great problem-solving skills. She is compassionate, full of empathy, kindness and patience. She is nonjudgmental, discreet, encouraging and a fantastic listener. (Better than any of the doctors I’ve seen, and that is MANY).

Katherine R Atlanta, Georgia

Katherine R

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2018-10-20T00:35:41+00:00

Katherine R

I have talked to Amy many times throughout my ups and downs concerning my journey with pain. There are so many things/decisions she has helped me with. She is well-educated about the topics I needed to discuss, research-oriented and has great problem-solving skills. She is compassionate, full of empathy, kindness and patience. She is nonjudgmental, discreet, encouraging and a fantastic listener. (Better than any of the doctors I’ve seen, and that is MANY). Katherine R Atlanta, Georgia
After years of being told “don’t push it” and “let’s see what happens” BEFORE I got back into a normal exercise routine I was so afraid I would never be able to exercise the way I wanted to again. Amy opened my eyes to understanding the body is MADE to be used and I am stronger than my diagnosis made me feel. I can decide how much pain is ok, and that I decide how much I can move on any given day.

Part of regaining the ability to move is recognizing the thoughts and beliefs that are holding us back. . She helped calm a lot of my anxiety by expressing many times we paralyze ourselves with fear and stop moving for years, which causes m

Chrissy

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2018-10-20T00:36:56+00:00

Chrissy

After years of being told “don’t push it” and “let’s see what happens” BEFORE I got back into a normal exercise routine I was so afraid I would never be able to exercise the way I wanted to again. Amy opened my eyes to understanding the body is MADE to be used and I am stronger than my diagnosis made me feel. I can decide how much pain is ok, and that I decide how much I can move on any given day. Part of regaining the ability to move is recognizing the thoughts and beliefs that are holding us back. . She helped calm a lot of my anxiety by expressing many times we paralyze ourselves with fear and stop moving for years, which causes m
I had the pleasure of hearing Amy speak at The Female Athlete course in Philly this year. As a trainer who was taught corrective exercise under the biomechanical model, I was so blown away. Amy’s story opened my eyes to how powerful the words that we, as trainers, educators, and practitioners, use to describe people’s “issues” really are and how deeply they can scar. Amy sharing her story helped me to blend my training as a doula with my work as a coach for moms by using language that is positive and helps people reach their goals in a way that empowers them, not tears them down or makes them feels responsible for their pain. I am very thankful to have met Amy. She is kind, caring, and passionate about leaving a positive impact on everyone she meets. Her passion is contagious and her message is fierce. Thanks for all you do, Amy.
www.madisonsmommas.com

Madison Cleckler

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2018-10-18T13:52:24+00:00

Madison Cleckler

I had the pleasure of hearing Amy speak at The Female Athlete course in Philly this year. As a trainer who was taught corrective exercise under the biomechanical model, I was so blown away. Amy’s story opened my eyes to how powerful the words that we, as trainers, educators, and practitioners, use to describe people’s “issues” really are and how deeply they can scar. Amy sharing her story helped me to blend my training as a doula with my work as a coach for moms by using language that is positive and helps people reach their goals in a way that empowers them, not tears them down or makes them feels responsible for their pain. I am very thankful to have met Amy. She is kind, caring, and passionate about leaving a positive impact on everyone she meets. Her passion is contagious and her message is fierce. Thanks for all you do, Amy. www.madisonsmommas.com
Listening to Amy speak has completely changed how I interact with the clients that I coach at the gym. Her story made things a reality to me how much words can influence someone's journey with pain or struggle. I was able to connect that back to my own journey first and then to my client's.I now see each client’s situation in a completely different light. My clients can now feel this in the way that I listen and speak with them, and I truly believe that is why I was able to help a few of them in ways that medical professionals could not. Thanks for helping me see things differently!
www.lisa-ryan.com

Lisa Ryan

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2018-10-18T13:59:10+00:00

Lisa Ryan

Listening to Amy speak has completely changed how I interact with the clients that I coach at the gym. Her story made things a reality to me how much words can influence someone's journey with pain or struggle. I was able to connect that back to my own journey first and then to my client's.I now see each client’s situation in a completely different light. My clients can now feel this in the way that I listen and speak with them, and I truly believe that is why I was able to help a few of them in ways that medical professionals could not. Thanks for helping me see things differently! www.lisa-ryan.com
You are one of the very few in this area who thinks outside the box.
Love your knowledge, approach, and specialized treatment.

Carolyn G

5.0
2018-10-16T14:56:08+00:00

Carolyn G

You are one of the very few in this area who thinks outside the box. Love your knowledge, approach, and specialized treatment.
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