Learn More About Us & Our Mission

 

Hope for Pain Ministries is a nonprofit ministry that offers support for chronic pain sufferers through online & in person outlets/information about organic food, plant based diets, and faith related healing.

 

Learn More About Us & Our Mission

 

Hope for Pain Ministries is a nonprofit ministry that offers support for chronic pain sufferers through online & in person outlets/information about organic food, plant based diets, and faith related healing.

 

About Us

 

Hope for Pain Ministries is a nonprofit ministry that offers support for chronic pain sufferers through online & in person outlets/information about organic food, plant based diets, and faith related healing.

 

Who We Are

Hope For Pain Ministries began in 2010 as a ministry to support those suffering with chronic pain.  We serve chronic illnesses specifically by providing tips and treatment options to assist in the daily trials of living with chronic pain. We advocate for intergrative health and a community of faith as proven ways to combat pain.

Our Mission

The Hope for Pain philosophy is a whole health approach that empowers and equips individuals to take charge of their health and well-being, and live their life to the fullest. Our goal is to engage mind, body, and spirit to help the whole person achieve overall wellness through food & faith.

From our Founder

Hi, I’m Nichole! I am a child of a parent with chronic pain. I grew up watching my mother struggle with excruciating pain that was relieved often only with prayers. It is impossible not to feel the effects when you watch family members deal with thoughts of hopelessness day after day.

As I’ve learned about health throughout my life and career, the concept of integrative  health has emerged as a promising solution for chronic pain. My husband studies the healing power of foods, and through his study I have absorbed and developed my own opinions about nutrition and how it can affect healing. 

I am a certified nurse anesthetist, spending hours professionally and academically studying pain and chronic illness. Every day I see acute pain.  I care for those that suffer with chronic pain, and I see the effects of chronic illness. In the world of anesthesia, we use the term multimodal analgesia when referring to integrative medicine. Multimodal Anesthesia is the concept of treating acute pain with a multidisciplinary approach, maximizing the analgesic and synergistic effect of relieving pain at different pain receptor sites. Through the years, I have learned that Integrative health uses the same approach. It places the patient at the center and addresses the emotional, spiritual, mental, physical, and environmental influences that affect a person’s health. 

Hope for Pain is about placing our patient’s at the center and providing spiritual hope through God’s Word through multimodal approaches to healing. I believe God has provided so many ways to help us heal our bodies and to keep them healthy. I hope you’ll explore with me, through this website, our observations and studies to improve your life for the better through food and faith.

Thanks for being a part of our community!

Nichole Fogleman 

From our Founder

Hi, I’m Nichole! I am a child of a parent with chronic pain. I grew up watching my mother struggle with excruciating pain that was relieved often only with prayers. It is impossible not to feel the effects when you watch family members deal with thoughts of hopelessness day after day.

As I’ve learned about health throughout my life and career, the concept of integrative  health has emerged as a promising solution for chronic pain. My husband studies the healing power of foods, and through his study I have absorbed and developed my own opinions about nutrition and how it can affect healing. 

I am a certified nurse anesthetist, spending hours professionally and academically studying pain and chronic illness. Every day I see acute pain.  I care for those that suffer with chronic pain, and I see the effects of chronic illness. In the world of anesthesia, we use the term multimodal analgesia when referring to integrative medicine. Multimodal Anesthesia is the concept of treating acute pain with a multidisciplinary approach, maximizing the analgesic and synergistic effect of relieving pain at different pain receptor sites. Through the years, I have learned that Integrative health uses the same approach. It places the patient at the center and addresses the emotional, spiritual, mental, physical, and environmental influences that affect a person’s health. 

Hope for Pain is about placing our patient’s at the center and providing spiritual hope through God’s Word through multimodal approaches to healing. I believe God has provided so many ways to help us heal our bodies and to keep them healthy. I hope you’ll explore with me, through this website, our observations and studies to improve your life for the better through food and faith.

Thanks for being a part of our community!

Nichole 

From our Founder

Hi, I’m Nichole! I am a child of a parent with chronic pain. I grew up watching my mother struggle with excruciating pain that was relieved often only with prayers. It is impossible not to feel the effects when you watch family members deal with thoughts of hopelessness day after day.

As I’ve learned about health throughout my life and career, the concept of integrative  health has emerged as a promising solution for chronic pain. My husband studies the healing power of foods, and through his study I have absorbed and developed my own opinions about nutrition and how it can affect healing. 

I am a certified nurse anesthetist, spending hours professionally and academically studying pain and chronic illness. Every day I see acute pain.  I care for those that suffer with chronic pain, and I see the effects of chronic illness. In the world of anesthesia, we use the term multimodal analgesia when referring to integrative medicine. Multimodal Anesthesia is the concept of treating acute pain with a multidisciplinary approach, maximizing the analgesic and synergistic effect of relieving pain at different pain receptor sites. Through the years, I have learned that Integrative health uses the same approach. It places the patient at the center and addresses the emotional, spiritual, mental, physical, and environmental influences that affect a person’s health. 

Hope for Pain is about placing our patient’s at the center and providing spiritual hope through God’s Word through multimodal approaches to healing. I believe God has provided so many ways to help us heal our bodies and to keep them healthy. I hope you’ll explore with me, through this website, our observations and studies to improve your life for the better through food and faith.

Thanks for being a part of our community!

Nichole 

Our Programs

Hope for Pain offers multiple programs for our patients to explore and delve into their learning on plant based foods and community growth through faith. Check out the programs we currently offer.

Community Meetings

Hope for Pain offers faith based community meetings where we discuss how to deal with chronic pain. Some of the topics we discuss in the meetings include eating organic, mental health tools for recovery, healing through prayer, and much more. Our goal is to provide a safe space for chronic pain sufferers to gather together, talk about their struggles, and help each other heal.

H4P Plant Based Diet

In order to relieve some of the pressure that comes with the word “vegan,” we believe in a simpler philosophy. The H4P diet focuses on eating plant based, sustainable foods, rather than adopting a full vegan lifestyle. As long as you follow this diet 80% of the time, you will see results with your pain and your overall life. We believe that moderation is key to maintaining a fruitful lifestyle. 

Integrative Tips

Here at Hope for Pain, we are huge advocates for helping each other out. There is no better feeling than knowing you have someone by your side when changing your lifestyle. We are here to provide tips for implementing integrative health into your lifestyle. We have seen vast improvements in patients through our tips, which is why we continue to post them weekly.