meet Peter Meaden
How did it come to this? It all started with a random bicycle accident in my favorite place in the world. After that I had no choice but to embark on a journey of recovery and discovery. I ran the gamut of treatments starting with surgery and ending with acupuncture, an education all the way. I learned about everything from using pain killers, to meditation for pain control. What I learned along the way has given me perspective and expertise in things that most people don’t have a chance to learn. Everything I learned has served me well, and I want to share that with you. That’s the mission of ClearGuidetoHealth.com.
It took me 8 years to recover from my injury. I wished it would have taken 2 years. My path involved a Masters degree in Chinese Medicine and a lot of trial and error. By sharing what I’ve learned I’m hoping to shorten your journey and save you a lot of time and money.
My recovery involved surgery, homeopathic medicine, multiple types of massage, martial arts, stretching, physical therapy, Chinese herbal medicine, and acupuncture. Along the way I became a licensed acupuncturist, a massage therapist, and I earned my nursing license. I’m currently a registered nurse working in a hospital.
I want to share what I’ve learned with other people. The benefit to you is that I can help you navigate through the maze of information and provide you with a concrete and effective plan towards full recovery. A clear guide to health.
I understand the good, the bad, and the ugly. I have no particular bias, other than the bias toward your complete and successful recovery. Using the best treatments at the right time is the key to an efficient recovery. That is the goal, to educate you and provide you the resources to achieve maximum function with minimum pain.
what I do
Work With Me
When you need detailed instruction and support to work through pain and injury on your way to being a high performance veteran.
The online course is designed to educate and provide a strategy for you to relieve yourself of nagging injuries.