Lower back pain
Multiple times a month
History of diabetes
Because there's just one you
Has a high-pressure job, feels anxious frequently, has trouble falling asleep, goal is to feel less tired during the day
Sleep Plan Includes
Meditation exercises for sleep and relaxation
Virtual cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia
Valerian and turmeric supplement
Sleep hygiene recommendations
Works in construction, likes to hike with his dog, has pain is his lower back and flare-ups a few times a month, goal is reduce baseline pain
Back Pain Plan Includes
Virtual yoga classes 2x/week
Lower back pain strengthening video
1:1 coaching to monitor progress
What people are saying
“I used to pop Aleve and Tylenol, trying to get through the pain from my back, but it just wasn’t working. Now I focus on a multi-modal approach. I stretch before bed and when I wake up to keep my back muscles loose, and use creams a few times a week to keep the inflammation down. For flare-ups in pain, I use over-the-counter medications and a TENS device. It’s improved my quality of life so much. With these types of things it will never be 100%, but it is so much better than it was.”
- Anne-Marie L.
“I use the multi-modal or integrative approach over anything else-- it just works better. Because each thing can work in a different way. It’s a different approach to relieving the pain. Stretching every day is important to keep my muscles loose, even if it’s just for a minute. I’m on my feet all day so I use shoe insoles to give my back the support it needs and sometimes I use topicals or over the counter medications to take the edge off of the pain. Every part of an integrative program works together in a different way to improve your quality of life.”
- Tricia G.
HOW IT WORKS
Personalized care plans, made just for you
Build your profile
Complete a short assessment about your goals, symptoms, and lifestyle to personalize a plan just for you.
Get your custom plan
Get a monthly plan with nutrition tips, supplements, fitness & lifestyle guidance, and meditation & mindfulness exercises.
Track your progress
Goodpath's health coaches help you track your progress and make adjustments to your plan over time.
Our multidisciplinary medical team
Goodpath’s team of health care professionals represents a broad range of specialties. This means we can draw on many types of medical expertise to create your custom plan.
Stephanie Gianoukos, MD, MPH
I am an anesthesiologist and pain management specialist affiliated with the Steward Health Care Network in Massachusetts. I’m also a member of the American Academy of Pain Medicine. Over the past 15 years, I have treated thousands of patients suffering from chronic pain conditions.
Roukoz Abou-Karam, MD
I’m a physician with expertise in medical review and research. I currently serve as a postdoctoral research fellow at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; and as the Associate Editor of WikiDoc.org, a collaborative medical encyclopedia for health care professionals.
Joanna Gholmie, BS Pharm, MS
I am a pharmacist and outcomes research professional. I have practiced in retail and clinical pharmacy in Lebanon and Switzerland prior to attending graduate school and conducting health outcomes research at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) University in Boston.