Reshaping Pain Program

The Reshaping Pain Program helps people who live with persistent pain piece together a new life trajectory. 

Following the most recent evidenced based therapy this program offers a unified team approach, with individualised therapya group program and online support.

Who is the Reshaping Pain program suitable for?

Next Wave Therapy Reshaping Pain Program is for people with persistent pain such as Chronic Lower back pain, Headaches and migraines, ongoing muscle or joint pain, pelvic pain and Complex pain.

Complex pain is where pain exists with other health conditions such as a metabolic disorder, mental health concerns, musculoskeletal diagnosis or neural disorder. For example, fibromyalgia, Functional Neurological disorder, Chronic Fatigue, Lupus and/or POTS.

What does the Reshaping Pain Group Program involve?

The Reshaping Pain Group Program is attended in person or online. 


To get started we ask you to complete some Questionnaires and attend a pre-group session with one of our therapists so that we can introduce you to the program and gain information that helps you to track progress.

Group Program

Attend the 8 week Reshaping Pain Program (in person or online). Maximum of 6 per group. Once you have completed the 8 week program you will be invited to touch base in a month’s time at our monthly Reshaping Pain Catch Up. This is time for relaxation practice and asking questions.

Online Support

Gain membership to our Reshaping Pain Site packed with educational information and other resources that you can access in your own time.
Join a private online community for continuous support. This is a great place to ask questions and learn from a supportive community.
Have access to all our recorded Master Classes

Note: Anyone can attend one of our FREE Reshaping Pain Master Classes please see the scheduled topics and register online here

What are the benefits of participating in the Reshaping Pain program?

This program gives a contemporary understanding of pain and empowers people to be able to live well with pain. Participants are helped to:

  • Understand pain and what factors contribute to your personal experience
  • get to the heart of what you most need

  • optimize your health and wellness

  • learn self management strategies for pain

  • build meaning into your life

  • gain freedom

The supportive program encourages sharing and learning with others who have a similar lived experience.

As you start to piece together a new life trajectory you will appreciate all the things that help you move, think and feel alive.

What if I need individual therapy?

When you see one or more of our therapists for individual therapy you gain the benefits of working with a cohesive team. This means that you get

  • Comprehensive Assessments
  • Extra time putting the pieces of your health mosaic puzzle together
  • A crystal clear treatment plan
  • Mentoring and support throughout your program
  • A dedicated team working with you every step of the way


Occupational Therapy

You will see our occupational therapists when you need help with understanding  your pain drivers, pacing, sleep, managing stress and building a meaningful life.


Our physiotherapists will step in when you need a physiotherapy exam, exercise rehabilitation, Clinical Pilates or musculoskeletal treatment.


You may need naturopathy treatment to address  possible underlying biological mechanisms to your pain such as digestion, hormone and nervous system issues. Naturopathy can help with natural pain management, sleep, diet and stress.

How do I join the program at Next Wave Therapy?

To join our Reshaping Pain Program in O’Connor (Fremantle area) please contact reception by calling 08 93376460 or email

You will be placed on the waitlist for the next program and sent the pre-assessment forms to complete.

You may also want to book a discovery session to check if this program will suit you.

No referral is needed but if you also have a mental health condition you may be eligible for a referral for group therapy from your GP via a Medicare Better Access to Mental Health (BAMH) Plan.