The universal answer is “not on the home page”. StopChasingPain.com is a conversation in progress and thus the most recent post is most likely part 6 or part 12 or part 21 of something that’s already started. That’s not to say you shouldn’t watch it, but you’ll find most videos reference an earlier one.
So you must first ask yourself. . . what information would really help me. If you’re just sick and tired of feeling bad we suggest the Primal Movement and Neural Resets categories. You’re going to find links to other posts within that content. Follow the links, but come back to the core content until you understand it, then move on to the next.
Ha. Good question!
Many visitors coming to the site don’t have a health or medical background, and those that do can still be overwhelmed by all the information . The best way to climb a mountain is one step at a time. So you just need to figure out how to engage with the content in a way that feels relevant and meaningful to you. At first, you might feel like you’re reading Mandarin, but don’t sell yourself short–with some dedication and persistence, you will start connecting really important dots that can help you unravel your own situation and start creating breakthroughs.
To begin, you might search for your particular problem or symptoms to see what comes up, or review the video index to give you a birds-eye view of the information available on the site.
Dr. Perry is very engaged with this community, as you can see if you’ve spent any time on the site. He responds to blog comments (and boy are there gems in the blog comments!), posts in the FB group, engages with the members who post in “ZOOM and Facebook Live,” offers a webinar monthly and Q&A to Platinum members .