pain relief

 

 

Have you been in pain too long, done everything you can think of and your pain is still holding you back from living life and moving the way YOU want?

Are you at the point where things HAVE to change?

Are you ready to hear some different information, learn some new things, and figure out how to move in ways that don’t hurt? Are you ready to live in your life again?

Working with me will allow you to have time to be listened to, an individual plan for YOUR desired activities. Together we will make a plan to help you live the way you want. One step at a time. You will learn and understand you are not as fragile or small as your diagnosis and pain have made you feel so that you can develop different strategies to live and move better.

You will have the information, steps and support you need to heal and live better.

I have designed a variety of ways to work together to fit your needs and budget:

If you have a question: book a consult.

If you need a plan to help return you to the activities and people you love and manage your pain: book a coaching package.

If you are still trying to make your way in the medical maze and need a guidance: book a case management package.

 

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One moment she was gliding through water training for an NCAA swimming competitions. The next moment she was writhing in pain on the tiled deck of the college pool.

In her memoir Restoring Venus, Eicher recounts the emotional setbacks, a questionable surgery and sexual abuse by a Christian Youth Group Leader that ultimately shaped her understanding of pain and enabled her unique approach to renewing her health.

Her confrontations with physicians who doubted her pain—It’s all in your head—are told with raw candor. Saving grace arrives when a compassionate physical therapist promises to restore her. Although the first attempt failed, the persistence of both eventually enabled Eicher to live life fully as a mother, public speaker/pain coach and competitive swimmer.

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Amy Eicher
Amy Eicher

 Amy combines her 20 year long journey through pain and her insatiable love of learning to help others understand how the rich complexities of their own stories can help them move beyond pain.

Her time as an educator and in youth ministry make her a dynamic and thought provoking speaker, turning complex research into practical ideas ready to use in your clinic tomorrow.
Allow my experiences to help reinforce the concepts coming to light in research to help serve others in pain.

Amy has shares her story in conjunction with  “The Female Athlete” taught by Antony Lo.
She has shared her story on The Engine Mom podcast and with Mark Kargela via FB Live.

Upcoming events

Keynote Speaker at ” The Patient Experience” Fall of 2019 hosted by Modern Pain Care
Patient Panel at SanDiego Pain Summit 2020

Testimonials

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
Course Audit
I have worked with Amy in a number of different capacities but most recently she has helped me analyse and break down my course I was teaching and helped me make it better.
Throughout the process, she listened and acknowledged, and carefully considered my side of things. When she delivered her suggestions, she was gentle and always checking in and monitoring to ensure I was coping because they were really massive changes for me.
It has been these qualities that I have admired about Amy - her ability to listen, acknowledge and gently challenge that makes her an excellent pain coach, PTA and educational consultant.
Thank you Amy!
http://physiodetective.com

Antony Lo

 

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2018-10-14T13:24:14+00:00

Antony Lo

 

Course Audit I have worked with Amy in a number of different capacities but most recently she has helped me analyse and break down my course I was teaching and helped me make it better. Throughout the process, she listened and acknowledged, and carefully considered my side of things. When she delivered her suggestions, she was gentle and always checking in and monitoring to ensure I was coping because they were really massive changes for me. It has been these qualities that I have admired about Amy - her ability to listen, acknowledge and gently challenge that makes her an excellent pain coach, PTA and educational consultant. Thank you Amy! http://physiodetective.com
When I suffered a shoulder injury, I wanted a second opinion about the course of treatment that my HMO assigned Physical Therapist described. I first talked it over with Amy and she agreed that a second opinion was in order because my PT used phrases like “smoothing the tear” and “working the flap back into place”. Within a week, I had an appointment with a PT that spent more than 10 minutes (actually a whole hour) with me and walked me through how the assigned treatment wasn’t moving anything. It was decreasing senility and increasing load tolerance. The second PT explained the purpose of each movement and what it was meant to achieve.
Thanks to Amy’s quick help and her network of Physical Therapists across the country that weren’t afraid to take the time to explain what was going on, I was armed with knowledge and motivated to get through the eight weeks of therapy. Amy stayed with me (virtually) through out the entire eight weeks and followed up to make sure that I was progressing.
She’s an amazing advocate for patients getting the right care and understanding why it’s the right care!
Thanks, Amy!

Damion J

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2018-10-14T13:25:37+00:00

Damion J

When I suffered a shoulder injury, I wanted a second opinion about the course of treatment that my HMO assigned Physical Therapist described. I first talked it over with Amy and she agreed that a second opinion was in order because my PT used phrases like “smoothing the tear” and “working the flap back into place”. Within a week, I had an appointment with a PT that spent more than 10 minutes (actually a whole hour) with me and walked me through how the assigned treatment wasn’t moving anything. It was decreasing senility and increasing load tolerance. The second PT explained the purpose of each movement and what it was meant to achieve. Thanks to Amy’s quick help and her network of Physical Therapists across the country that weren’t afraid to take the time to explain what was going on, I was armed with knowledge and motivated to get through the eight weeks of therapy. Amy stayed with me (virtually) through out the entire eight weeks and followed up to make sure that I was progressing. She’s an amazing advocate for patients getting the right care and understanding why it’s the right care! Thanks, Amy!
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