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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

Chronic Pain [what went wrong]

An Overdose of Opioids [caption id="attachment_10101" align="alignright" width="300"] Opioids are not a solution for chronic pain.[/caption] The Untied States of America consumes 80% of the world’s supply of opioids and is in the midst of a chronic pain epidemic. Opioids may have a place for certain types of pain and can assist in the beginning phases of recovery.… Read More

Discover The Mindset of Miracles with JJ Virgin

  Welcome to the Healing Pain Podcast!   Today's guest is JJ Virgin, four-time New York times bestselling author and celebrity nutrition and fitness expert. She has a new movie that is just about to be released called You Are Stronger Than You Think. In this episode, JJ Virgin talks about the event that changed her life just… Read More

Can Mindfulness Heal Chronic Pain?

Does positive thinking really work for those in pain? Positive thinking and mindfulness or the opposite, pain catastrophizing, is rampant across the internet and self-help books. But you may not have heard about the ways healthcare providers are harnessing the mind-body connection to provide real results for real patients with chronic pain. Mind-body techniques are… Read More

How A Boating Accident Changed An Actor’s Life, with Zack Weinstein

Welcome to the Healing Pain Podcast!   Today, I have Zack Weinstein. He is an actor who guest starred most recently on the YouTube Red hit called Sing It. He’s also been seen on Criminal Minds, NCIS, and Glee. He was majoring in theater at Skidmore College in New York when an accident changed his… Read More

Medical Therapeutic Yoga, with Dr. Ginger Garner

  Welcome to the Healing Pain Podcast!   Today we are joined by Dr. Ginger Garner, doctor of physical therapy, orthopedic physical therapist, founder of The Professional Yoga Therapy Institute, and author of Medical Therapeutic Yoga.   In this episode, Dr. Ginger Garner talks about how she has brought yoga both into her practice and into… Read More

Central Sensitization and Chronic Back Pain

Low back pain is one of the greatest contributors to disability worldwide. Additionally, the complete lack of any of classifiable pathoanatomical changes is the norm for up to 85% of chronic low back pain cases. Recent studies have investigated the potential relationship between central sensitization and chronic pain disorders, including chronic low back pain, revealing… Read More
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