Chronic pain…is it all in your head?
Forget pain killers and surgery. Pioneers have developed a new approach to chronic pain!
Listen in to learn:
- Why the way we treat chronic pain is completely wrong
- What happens to the brain in chronic pain
- A new approach to treating chronic pain quickly and effectively
Radiant Pain Relief Centres are changing the way chronic pain is treated, without the use of drugs, needles, surgery or side-effect. Significant, often total relief for nearly all types of chronic pain, delivered, safely, affordable and comfortably.
The Science Behind Chronic Pain Relief
Learn more about the science of chronic pain and the treatment that Radiant Pain Relief Centres provides. Visit the website
P. Brendon Lundberg, President & CEO
Brendon co-founded Radiant Pain Relief Centres with a vision to build the safest, most consistently effective and appealing solution to the epidemic of chronic pain. Combining a mission to change the way chronic pain is treated with deep experience in healthcare management, marketing, business development and sales, Brendon and Dr. David Farley opened Radiant Pain Relief Centres in West Linn in February 2014.
Following the success of the first center, they are laying out a plan for expansion to open new centers in new markets nationally and internationally. Previous to founding Radiant, Brendon played key operational and business development roles for two Portland-Area Portland Business Journal and Inc. Magazine Growth Award winning companies, and was the Director of Sales and Marketing for another Portland-based medical device start-up. Brendon holds a BS in business marketing and an MBA.
Brendon’s wife, Rachel, is the owner of Lundberg Yoga Teacher Training Program, and teaches at the Gudmestad Yoga Studio and Stafford Hills Club. They have three children and live in the Portland suburb, West Linn.
David Farley, MD, Chief Medical Officer
David Farley, MD is a co-founder and medical director of Radiant Pain Relief Centres, where he oversees treatment, clinical development and innovation. In this role, Dr. Farley also leads Radiant’s Medical and Science Advisory Board. The board is comprised of medical and academic thought leaders with expertise in pain, and a strong desire to improve and expand treatment options. Dr. Farley has treated patients for nearly 30 years in his family practice in West Linn. He knows the challenges of dealing with chronic pain, along with the limitations of treatment options previously available.
Dr. Farley earned his medical degree from the joint Harvard-MIT Health Sciences & Technology program. Dr. Farley and his wife, Ann, live in West Linn where they raised five children and have numerous grandchildren.