At Pain Mastery, we are passionate about helping individuals who suffer from chronic pain, to teach them that they can take control of their pain, to provide hope that they can live life the way they want, they are not slaves to pain they experience.

Our program consists of an intensive
6-week group course and
12 months of follow up and support.

On completion participants will have:

  • A deep understanding and knowledge about their pain physically, mentally and emotionally and know how to self-manage
  • A suite of specialised movements to enhance correct posture along with an understanding of manual handling
  • Advanced techniques, strategies and tools to help identify stressors and personal pain triggers
  • A personalised exercise program specific for their needs
  • Guidance and assistance in developing a plan to move forward and assistance in getting back into the workplace, along with social and recreational activities.

How to participate

Course intakes start the first week of February, April, June, August and October.

Each intake involves 6 weekly group session, follow up consultations at 3 months, 6 months and 12 months and weekly online consultations for 12 months.

Contact us to register your interest. You will be contacted to book your initial assessment to determine your individual requirements. If you want to participate under an active insurance claim, we require a doctors referral, insurance approval and pre-payment prior to commencing.

Meet our team of experts

Pain Transformation Coach

Dawn Cady, a former chronic pain sufferer who healed herself and learned to walk again. This drove her to learn everything she could about treating chronic pain, trialling multiple modalities on herself on her healing journey, and discovering the most effective treatments for chronic pain in the process.

She developed The Neutral Alignment Method™, which brings together the world’s best healing techniques for chronic pain to help sufferers achieve true freedom from pain. Dawn’s consuming passion helps others in pain enjoy their lives again.

Exercise Physiologist

Karl Thornton is a qualified Exercise Physiologist and has a Masters in Physiotherapy since 2009.

Karl, has been working extensively in the private practice and occupational physiotherapy sector bringing exceptional expertise to his clients, especially those with chronic pain.

Having extensive experience and a special interest in spinal and SIJ injuries, Karl uses his experience and knowledge in both physiotherapy and exercise physiology to help his clients restore their lives and take control of their pain.

Exercise Physiologist

Kris Caloia has practiced as an Exercise Physiologist since 2008 and holds a Masters in Physiotherapy since 2009.

During this time he has worked in private practice, occupational physiotherapy roles and has a special interest in treating those suffering from Chronic pain. A large portion of Kris’s case load involves treating individuals who have plateaued with their treatment and require further input to progress their rehabilitation.

Kris also has a special interest in treating ‘cervicogenic headache and migraine’, headaches and migraines that originate from the neck.