We know chronic pain can be debilitating, robbing humans of their identity and ability to engage life. Our mission is to empower those dealing with chronic pain through education and guidance to engage their life again.
Who We Are
We are an educational and remote consultation company dedicated to helping individuals with pain management, performance, and rehabilitation based on the best current research evidence.
Our staff has extensive experience helping individuals manage through their pain experience while returning to desired activities.
We have helped individuals who want to be able to get back to work, play with their kids or grandkids, or return to extracurricular activities such as running, cycling, swimming, CrossFit, weightlifting, powerlifting, and strongman. We’ve also helped athletes of various levels return to sport (e.g., football, baseball, basketball, soccer, rugby, track and field, etc.).
Our primary services offered include remote consultation and rehabilitation programming.
We have forthcoming educational products for purchase to aid self-management through your pain experience.
We initially opened in Harrisonburg, VA in 2015 as a gym and sports rehabilitative clinic. Over time we had the opportunity to work with individuals from various backgrounds attempting to manage through pain.
In 2018, we began offering remote consultation and programming to knock down barriers to access for those in similar situations. We have grown tremendously in experience and operations since our initial opening.
Today, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re all used to accessing health related services remotely, but this wasn’t the case in 2018. We became experts in how to provide high quality consultation and coaching services remotely. We’ve removed significant barriers to care and hundreds of people have benefits as a result. We hope you are willing to trust us to help through your pain experience, while guiding the path to your goals.
Michael Ray, DC, MS
Dr. Ray is the founder of Tame Pain, LLC. He obtained a M.S. in Exercise Science from the University of South Carolina and graduated Magna Cum Laude with his Doctorate of Chiropractic (D.C.) from Sherman College of Chiropractic in 2015.
Dr. Ray’s primary goal for his clients is to increase their functional longevity, meaning decrease the number of years they live with pain, disease, and dysfunction thus increasing the number of years they are able to be active and do what they love.
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Hannah Mora, PT, DPT
Dr. Mora is a physical therapist who currently works at WakeMed in Raleigh, North Carolina. Prior to this, she worked in Gainesville, FL at Shands Hospital specializing in rehabilitation of patients with cardiopulmonary issues, heart failure, and organ transplant.
Throughout Hannah's time of working with critically ill patients in intensive care settings, she has developed a passion for helping to educate individuals on the importance of meeting physical activity guidelines to stay as independent and strong as possible for as long as possible. Hannah believes that exercise, movement, and education should be at the center of each treatment plan. When not training or working with clients, you can find Hannah reading, cycling, and taking walks with her goldendoodle.
BS in Exercise Science
Doctor of Physical Therapy