Add a Provider Listing
Become a Charter Member of the
Alternative Pain Treatment Provider Directory
Do you want more pain patient referrals?
Do you want to help save lives by helping pain patients find safe, effective treatments?
This new, nationwide alternative pain treatment directory lists over 25 types of services as well as pain relief products. It also includes informative articles about the listed therapies and inspiring healing stories.
You are invited to participate.
If you are an alternative pain treatment provider or have a product that helps pain patients, you can submit a listing. You can also submit articles and stories about how your therapies help pain patients.
The goal for the directory is for it to become the “go-to” website for pain patients in need of relief, where they will be able to find information and resources for safe and effective treatment. The website will also serve as a hub for pain patient advocacy.
Why you should join the directory:
Enhances your presence on the web so your practice is easier to find
Expansive listings allow you to describe your services fully and really shine!
You can include text, photos, videos, and links to articles and to your website, as well as post articles and products on the website.
List in as many categories as you like at no extra charge.
Site visitors will be able to search by location and/or category of service. They are encouraged to do a location only search for all alternative pain treatment providers in their area, so that they can discover the wealth of resources in their community that are available. If you offer a little-known therapy, this is your chance to be discovered.
If you are in a crowded field with lots of providers in your specialty, this is your chance to stand out from the crowd.
Highly editable fields allow you to include whatever information you think would be helpful to potential patients considering seeing you for care.
The directory is promoted through SEO, social media, press releases, ads, radio appearances, etc.
You will be helping to support a movement to educate patients about treatment options and to make treatments more affordable through advocacy.