Your life beyond pain — starting today.

Discover simple strategies you can implement right now in my pain-free living guide.


Meet Dr. Joe Tatta, DPT, CNS

Joe Tatta

Dr. Joe Tatta, DPT, CNS

Dr. Joe Tatta is a doctor of physical therapy, board certified nutrition specialist and functional medicine practitioner who specializes in treating persistent pain and lifestyle-related musculoskeletal, metabolic and autoimmune health issues. His mission is to create a new paradigm around treating persistent pain and reverse our global pain epidemic. He is the creator of the Healing Pain Online Summit and The Healing Pain Podcast designed to broaden the conversation around natural strategies toward solving persistent pain. Dr. Tatta is the author of Heal Your Pain Now; A Revolutionary Program to Reset Your Brain and Body for a Pain-Free Life by Da Capo Press.

NEW RELEASE! Heal Your Pain Now Book

The groundbreaking book, “Heal Your Pain Now,” provides powerful new information and a simple step-by-step process to help you reclaim your pain free life… sometimes immediately.

If you struggle with persistent pain, arthritis, musculoskeletal pain, autoimmunity, stress, excess weight, fear of movement or other physical and emotional symptoms, Heal Your Pain Now offers simple solutions that really work.



| with Dr. Joe Tatta, DPT, CNS

The Heal Your Pain, Heal Your Life Program

What if you could change your relationship with pain? What if you could ERASE it like chalk from a blackboard? The “Heal Your Pain, Heal Your Life” program walks you through a simple process that can literally GIVE you back your life … from the inside out.

If you’re ready to LOVE your life again and do all the things you want to do, whenever you want to do them – dance, carry your own groceries, go up the stairs, lay on the floor and play with your kids or grandkids, THIS is where you start.

The Healing Pain Summit

Join Dr. Joe Tatta, DPT, CNS as he interviews 30 of the top experts in the fields of medicine, physical therapy, nutrition, psychology, spirituality, personal development and more.

Learn tools, strategies and techniques you can apply right now to alleviate pain and why you are not your diagnosis and recovery is possible.


| Featured Posts by Dr. Joe Tatta

The Future Of Direct Access And Primary Care For Physical Therapists with Dr. Bill Boissonnault

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Bill Boissonnault In 2002, the American Physical Therapy Association House of Delegates adopted a resolution that stated, “Physical therapists participate in and make a unique contribution as individuals or members of the primary care team.” In recent years, there's been a growing interest in the role of… Read More

Sensing The Body: Part II

In part II of this discussion we will pick up where we left off by diving into how chronic pain can alter the way an individual sees themselves and how they interpret the world around them.  If you haven’t already, please read part I of this discussion where we go into detail about how chronic… Read More

Healing Depression and Chronic Pain with Dr. Kelly Brogan

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Kelly Brogan Upwards of 50% of those diagnosed with chronic pain also receive a diagnosis of depression. Along with this diagnosis, they are frequently prescribed a narcotic painkiller, for the pain of course, and an SSRI medication for the treatment of their depression. The question we ask… Read More

How Pain Affects Our Sense of Self: Part I

We are all aware of the five major senses that help us process and understand our environment and our sense of self: Taste, Smell, Touch, Sight, and Hearing. While these come as second nature, they are actually complex neural pathways that help us to process large amounts of stimuli and information. All of this information… Read More

The Mind Body Connection: Overcoming Chronic Pain with Alan Gordon

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Alan Gordon If you have followed this podcast and studied pain for any period of time, you know that pain has sensory, cognitive and affective components. The sensory component is of course the thing that is the most obvious. It’s what you feel on your body. It’s… Read More

Anger: How it makes pain worse and how to stop it

Anger can be one of the biggest roadblocks to recovering from chronic pain. People are angry for many reasons— either at the system for not helping them or failing them, at themselves, at their circumstances or at other people. We all feel anger during our lives, but we face additional challenges if anger becomes chronic.… Read More
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