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Wiki license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Main topic: Health
Wiki Size: 100 pages see stats...
(As of: 12 March 2013 - Wetpaint)

Description[edit]

The TMS Wiki, also known as The Tension Myositis Syndrome Wiki is a web site about John Sarno's TMS (Tension Myositis Syndrome) that anyone can edit! They claim that anyone can edit the website. Created first at tms.Bluwiki.com on Jan 5, 2009 and moved to TMSWiki.Wetpaint.com on Jan 8, the wiki already has 20 members and over 55 pages.

What is TMS?[edit]

TMS stands for Tension Myositis Syndrome, a term coined by Dr. John Sarno, Professor of Clinical Rehabilitation Medicine at New York University School of Medicine, and attending physician at the Howard A. Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at New York University Medical Center. Dr. Sarno created this term to describe a cohort of his patients who presented with severe and incurable pain (often back pain), which he discovered to be truly psychosomatic, or mind body disorders. Dr. Sarno and his colleagues have since helped countless people recover from debilitating pain that had formerly ruled their lives. To learn more, you may want to watch this abcnews 20/20 segment on Sarno (14 minutes long).

Fork to MediaWiki[edit]

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The Tension Myositis Syndrome Wiki (MediaWiki)
Recent changes • [No WikiNode] • About • [No Mobile URL]
Status: Active
Language: English
Edit mode: LoginToEdit
Wiki engine: MediaWiki
Wiki license: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike
Main topic: Health
Wiki Size: 513 pages see stats...
wikiFactor: 5 info / verify ...
(As of: 12 March 2013 - MediaWiki)

The Tension Myositis Syndrome Wiki forked to MediaWiki sometime in 2011,[1] under the PPD/TMS Peer Network (PTPN) hosting, with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.

The orginal wetpaint wiki still remains.