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

Why Physical Therapists Must Take On The Challenges of Noncommunicable Diseases with Dr. Lisa Saladin

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Dr. Lisa Saladin Back in June, I had the pleasure of speaking at the Physical Therapy NEXT Exposition Conference on the topic of nutrition and its implication for musculoskeletal pain. It was a lot of fun and I spoke to a sold out room of about 600 physical… Read More

Integrating Psychological Principles into Physical Therapy Treatment

In the first few minutes of a recent initial evaluation, my patient burst into tears as she struggled to describe her journey and frustrations with chronic pain. Has this ever happened to you? She reported visiting doctor after doctor in a desperate attempt to obtain a diagnosis. She wanted to get off of the opiate… Read More

Remember Self-Care: The Most Important Part of Chronic Pain Treatment and Relief with Cynthia Toussaint

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Cynthia Toussaint My next guest is the author of Battle for Grace: A Memoir of Pain, Redemption and Impossible Love. Cynthia Toussaint serves as a spokesperson at For Grace and has had complex regional pain syndrome or CRPS for the past 35 years which later developed into fibromyalgia and overlapping… Read More

Extensive NSAIDs Use and the Increased Risk of Heart Attack

If you have pain, what do you do to resolve it? Do you reach for an ice pack or do you try to massage the area? What about using NSAIDs, like ibuprofen? Have you ever considered how much of these drugs you might be taking, how long you’ve been taking them for, and if there… Read More

Breaking The Cycle Of Anxiety with Gina Ryan

Welcome back to the Healing Pain Podcast with Gina Ryan Breaking The Cycle Of Anxiety: The definition of anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. If you live with chronic pain for any period of time, you know that chronic pain is likely to… Read More

The Backstory About Low Back Pain

So you have back pain. It’s a tale as old as time - half of our country is estimated to have experienced low back pain in the last year [1]. Perhaps you blame it on that time when you “threw it out” playing basketball, slept on a couch one too many nights, or because you… Read More
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