Changing Lives by Understanding Preventing and Treating Chronic Pain

Dr. Lamb’s Story


Perhaps you may wonder why I became interested in chronic pain. Most doctors have little interest in chronic pain because it is not only a pain for the patient but a very difficult problem for the doctor to address effectively.

I became focused on the topic of pain by accident. In 1991, through a series of accidents and injuries, I was disabled, and suffered much chronic pain myself. I was diagnosed with many, many pain disorders including –

  • carpal tunnel
  • ulnar neuritis
  • sciatica
  • multiple disk injury
  • RSI
  • tennis elbow
  • golfers elbow
  • radiculopathies
  • arthritis
  • fibromyalgia

I had other pain problems too but fibromyalgia was a big blow to me. This was because, at the time, I and most of my profession, felt that fibromyalgia was primarily anxiety related.

So I delved into chronic pain with all my might. I had a couple of tough years but came back stronger than ever. I have treated thousands of patients and developed, with the help of other pain doctors, new therapies and principles of pain that I have called…

Dr. Lamb’s Uncommon Sense On Pain

Let me share it with you.