About The Revolution

At PainReliefRevolution.com, we carry a certain philosophy and level of expectation of what valuable pain treatments should deliver to you. We recognize that there are many approaches to the problem of pain, which can make it challenging for individuals looking to find effective, satisfying, and meaningful treatments. The bar should be raised as high as possible because you or your loved ones deserve the very best. We believe high-quality results are achieved when pain treatments:

  • Improve your overall health and well-being; 
  • Empower you as a person in your battle against pain;
  • Improve quality-of-life measures;
  • Leave you feeling more in control of your day-to-day life; and 
  • Elevate your level of function and engagement in the world around you.

PainReliefRevolution.com believes learning about pain treatments should be a highly positive and enriching experience. This should be a place where you can feel confident of receiving straight talk with an emphasis on scientific studies and outcomes from experienced providers. Therefore, discussions here will always try to shed a light on what’s important to help you navigate your decisions about treatment choices.



Peter Abaci, M.D. (PeterAbaci.com), is a widely respected expert on chronic pain management who, in addition to his acclaimed work with patients, has successfully managed his own chronic pain. He is board certified in anesthesia and pain management by the American Board of Anesthesiology and serves as Medical Director of the nationally recognized Bay Area Pain and Wellness Center, located in Los Gatos, California, which he co-founded. He is the author of Take Charge of Your Chronic Pain: The Latest Research, Cutting-Edge Tools, and Alternative Treatments for Feeling Better, and the Spanish edition, Hágase Cargo De Su Dolor Crónico: Lo Último en Investigaciones, Herramientas Innovadoras, y Tratamientos Alternativos para Sentirse Mejor. Dr. Abaci also serves as an expert and weekly contributor for the Chronic Pain Community on WebMD.